Andrew Lincoln attends the 34th annual PaleyFest: "The Walking Dead" event in Los Angeles, March 17, 2017.
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Andrew Lincoln will no longer evade the arc of a knife, a bullet or a bloody baseball bat wrapped with razor wire in "The Walking Dead". The show's ninth season, which premiered Sunday, will be the last for his character, sheriff's Deputy Rick Grimes, and Lincoln has wrapped his last scene.Now It's built around a cast of characters struggling to survive in a zombie-infested world.As the show enters its final season with Lincoln's character, he speaks lovingly of the "less-is-more" aspect of the upcoming season.Lincoln says "The Walking Dead" has always been an ensemble show that's not dependent on any one character.
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