Jeffrey Dean Morgan Defends ‘Strolling Useless’ Co-Stars In Wake Of Melissa McBride’s Spin-Off Exit

Jeffrey Dean Morgan has taken to Twitter to name out the backlash from some Strolling Useless viewers after Melissa McBride exited the deliberate spin-off about Carol and Daryl.

Information broke earlier this week that Melissa McBride, who performs Carol Peletier in AMC’s The Strolling Useless, was exiting the planned spin-off that may have been centered on her character and Norman Reedus’ Daryl Dixon. The spin-off collection is because of begin filming in Europe this summer time and McBride backed out as transferring to Europe all through manufacturing proved to be “logistically untenable” for the actress.

Following the information, a number of Strolling Useless viewers took to social media to air their grievances and, sadly, some pinned blame on McBride’s co-star, Norman Reedus. Some social media customers speculated that Reedus was the one who had requested that manufacturing be moved to Europe, resulting in McBride dropping out of the collection. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who performed Negan in The Strolling Useless, responded to the backlash on Twitter, calling out poisonous followers who he mentioned had been “Attacking norm for crap he has NOTHING to do with.” Learn the actor’s tweet in full beneath:

Jeffrey Dean Morgan went on to level out that “Norman had nothing to do with selecting location… Hardly ever does [an] actor have that energy.”

The ultimate a part of The Strolling Useless‘s last season is because of air later this yr.

The Strolling Useless stars Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Danai Gurira, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Khary Payton, Cooper Andrews, Callan McAuliffe, Nadia Hilker, Eleanor Matsuura, Lauren Ridloff, Cailey Fleming, Cassady McClincy, Ryan Hurst, and Samantha Morton as Alpha.

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