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Topic - Jon Bernthal
His character was killed in AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV series last season, but actor Jon Bernthal says he still enjoys settling on the couch Sundays to watch the latest installment of the zombie series.
His character was killed off AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV series last season, but actor Jon Bernthal says he still enjoys settling on the couch on Sundays to watch the latest installment of the zombie series.
Just down the road from a tiny country church in rural Georgia, the apocalypse has already arrived. In other words, it's just another day on the set of "The Walking Dead."
"I'm very much still watching it," he said. "I'm still a fan."
"She calls the shots in that department, so we won't be finding out until February," he said with a laugh.