The show hinted at Commonwealth, a community of about 50, survivors yes, that's a big number early on season nine when there was a sign at a makeshift camp for survivors which read Toledo. Presuming that sign was meant for Toledo, Ohio and not just a gag, it may have been pointing in the direction of the Commonwealth. Many think the Commonwealth is where Maggie went off to with Georgie earlier on season nine.
Lauren Cohan left "The Walking Dead" earlier on season nine and is out there somewhere in the zombie apocalypse. Supposedly, she's with Georgie Jayne Atkinson. If you don't remember Georgie, you can read about here.
On the season nine finale, Michonne asks Yumiko if the Hilltop has heard from Maggie. It turns out, no one has. That seems a bit strange. On Sunday's aftershow, "Talking Dead," Kang gave another hint at the top of the show that it's likely we'll see her.
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Why I'm not buying it's her: It's difficult to imagine Maggie would try radioing someone instead of just showing up at one of the communities. It is concerning she hasn't showed up at the Hilltop and that no one has heard from her since her friends Tara, Jesus, and Enid were all just killed by a group of survivors who wear zombie masks over their faces. The only scenario where this is Maggie: I can only imagine this being Maggie if she was with Georgie and the twins and something went terribly wrong.
If Maggie was desperately in need of help and couldn't make her way back to the Hilltop, I could see her reaching out.
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The only problem with that is the radio call doesn't seem particularly urgent. It just sounds like it's someone who's trying to make content with others out of curiosity. I also don't believe the voice sounds like Cohan, and I've listened to those last final moments of the "Walking Dead" finale many times over. Read more: 'The Walking Dead' showrunner addresses whether we'll see Maggie again: 'We left the door open for her to come back into the show or the universe'. The last time we saw Sherry Christine Evangelista , she escaped from the Sanctuary and was off on her own somewhere.
If Dwight Austin Amelio never found her, it's possible she's out there somewhere in the world. If she's not on either series, there's always hope she could turn up in one of the many planned shorts, specials, or digital series chief content officer of AMC's "Walking Dead" universe, Scott M.
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Gimple, has been teasing since November. We have no idea where Anne and Rick flew off to since we last saw them on season nine, episode five. Are they both alive? Are they being held against their will? We don't even know what it means to be an "A" or a "B" still. Hearing from Anne would be welcomed. Why this would be great: Instead of teasing a community fans expect to see, it would be great to see those expectations flipped.
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Tie in these upcoming "Walking Dead" movies we keep hearing about, the other "Walking Dead" spin-off show, or some of the other shorts. Since we know Danai Gurira, who plays Michonne, is expected to leave on season 10 , it would be a great catalyst to motivate her to go out in search of Rick. Why I don't think it's correct: Once again, I think there would be more urgency in the speaker's voice if this was Anne trying to get in touch with someone about her whereabouts.
It also doesn't sound like Pollyanna McIntosh, who plays Anne, to me. Why this seems likely: I wouldn't be surprised if season five is the final or one of the final seasons of "Fear the Walking Dead. If the two shows aren't merging, it would be cool to see a character from "Fear" crossover to the main show. Something else that stuck out to me is a tiny moment from my conversation with showrunner Angela Kang about "TWD's" season nine finale. While discussing the finale's timeline , Kang had this to say, "The timelines will become more clear as we jump into season 10 and the stories start to converge again.
Kang is probably just speaking about "TWD," but I'm always thinking about how the timelines work across shows. At some point, it seems like it would make sense for the two to work parallel. The CW has made a yearly event out of its superhero shows having giant crossovers to great success. It seems like a no-brainer.
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The only problem: The voice sounds too low for it to be Alicia. Fans of the Telltale game really want to see the lead protagonist, Clementine, from the game come to life on the TV show. We already know she exists in the same world as Michonne, Daryl, and Ezekiel. Jesus even showed up on a season of the game to help Clem out. On the final season, Clem ran into James, a Whisperer defect. So, we know her current timeline exists at some point close to the one on season nine of "The Walking Dead.
Why it's most likely not going to happen: As much as I'd love to see the video game character come to life on the small screen, the AMC series is based on the comic book series. AMC would most likely need to make another deal with Skybound, Robert Kirkman's entertainment company, in order to use the character on the show. So, who is on the radio then? If we are following the comics, the woman on the radio is Stephanie, and she will start up a long-running conversation with Eugene that will eventually lead to the introduction of a new community, a huge one, the Commonwealth.
It seems more than likely that in this case, the show is following the source material, as even if it does deviate from it from time to time, it seems unlikely that it would skip an entire massive arc like this. This creates…problems, and currently in the comics, revolt is brewing, with still-around Rick Grimes in the middle of it.
The show presents some more complicated questions surrounding the future Commonwealth storyline, however. We also have two other groups to consider:. The helicopter people who took Rick and separate people into As and Bs. So, are either of these actually tied into the Commonwealth? And it would make Stephanie on the radio, the actual introduction to the Commonwealth, somewhat redundant.