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Published On: Wed, Apr 23rd, 2014

Chandler Riggs doesn’t know ‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 details

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Fans of the hit AMC show, “The Walking Dead,” can hardly wait for new details to drop ahead of the fifth season, which likely won’t debut until October. Sadly, not even the stars know much at this point and Chandler Riggs appears to be eager to find out what’s next for his character, Carl, and the group.

Speaking per SpoilerTV while at Salt Lake Comic Con, Riggs made it clear that he hasn’t even had the opportunity to read any material for the season or get a hint of what lies ahead. “I haven’t gotten the scripts for the next season yet … I really don’t know so we’ll see. I want to know what happens, too.”

During season four, the ninth episode, Riggs’ Carl took center stage in the wake of the climactic battle with The Governor. Riggs spoke briefly about that experience and keeping pace with the dedicated focus.

“It was funny because that entire episode I was used to not having that many lines and just learning them on the set. While I was getting wired that day, I pulled out my sides and realized I had two and a half pages of lines to memorize – in about an hour. That was really interesting. But I was able to charge my way through that and get it done.”

Production is likely to keep the same schedule as previous years, so filming should begin in May with “The Walking Dead” back on Sundays 9pm EST, some time in mid-October.

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