The Walking Dead has become one of the most popular television series on television right now and that is in no small part, down to the fact that the writers are not afraid to kill off popular characters. Laurie Holden, who plays Andrea in the hit zombie AMC show, has admitted that nobody is safe.
Holden was chatting to E! News, when she explained, "I don't think anybody is safe! The only person who I think is safe is Carl...and I'm not just saying that because I think he's going to be the John Connor of the next generation of The Walking Dead."
As for her character Andrea, who has lost a lot of fans due to her relationship with the Governor, Laurie added, "At first it was upsetting, you know, because you're hearing people saying they wish you were dead and all that. It's like, 'Whoa, whoa! I feel like I'm being bullied in a schoolyard!”
She continued, "There are also a lot of people who love Andrea and understand Andrea. I feel like with whoever is frustrated, there's my cheerleaders supporting her, so it balances out. And you know what? It's controversy and it's all good. It's why season three is so insane!"
The Walking Dead continues on AMC this Sunday, March 10.