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The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live Will Answer Long-Standing Series Mystery

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live will finally answer one of the main remaining mysteries of the series.

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

Summary

  • The return of Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live is generating early buzz as the best addition yet to the franchise.
  • Actor Craig Tate teased that a long-standing mystery of the series, the CRM Classification system, will be addressed in the new spin-off.
  • Interest in The Walking Dead has been revitalized with successful spin-offs like Dead City and Daryl Dixon , leading to the highly anticipated The Ones Who Live .

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live is gearing up to be the biggest event in The Walking Dead franchise for some time. After delivering solid spin-off shows with Dead City and Daryl Dixon, the return of Rick Grimes is getting a lot of early buzz as being the best addition to the Walking Dead Universe yet. While the show will be most notable for bringing Andrew Lincoln’s character back to the series, the spin-off will also expand on some details that have remained unexplored in previous years on the flagship show.

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

While attending the press junket for The Ones Who Live, ComicBook.com spoke to actor Craig Tate, who plays Civic Republic Military Lt. Col. Donald Okafor, and he offered up a tease that one long-standing mystery of the series will be addressed – The CRM Classification system. Speaking about how Okafor and Rick are viewed by their circumstances, Tate explained:

“Look, a guy like Okafor and a guy like Rick Grimes, you put us in the exact same room – outside of the circumstances we’re faced with – and I think they find a really beautiful commonality outside of their forced circumstances. But if you let them get a beer, well these guys are best friends! They have a lot to connect on, right? But as it stands right now, I think that Okafor does see and feel many similarities in a guy like Rick Grimes, who has suffered immense loss in this world where death in itself is a main character, no longer a supporting character. And it’s one of those things – it’s the orphan syndrome – where a guy like Rick, for example, is afraid – and not even afraid, but so unwilling to allow himself to feel at home in this place, because essentially… his family’s his home, right?

And then, even outside of that, they’re nomads! When or if he does get back to where or who, what, he calls family, their world is characterized by a phase of… [nomadic life],” Tate continued. “So you know, civil authority, structure, all those pre-apocalypse things no longer seem like the ‘normal.’ So he tries to run from that.”

The Walking Dead Has Hit Its Stride With Spin-Offs

A collage of images from The Walking Dead The Ones Who Live including Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira, and Pollyanna McIntosh

For several years, interest in The Walking Dead appeared to be diminishing faster than the human population in the series. By the time Season 11 came to an end, it appeared that there was little else for the show to give, and ending the series was the right thing to do. However, that was not the end of the story.

The Walking Dead The Ones Who Live

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The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live Boasts Highest Rotten Tomatoes Score of All the Spin-Offs

Reviews are beginning to trickle in for The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live, and they’re overwhelmingly positive.

Before the final episodes of the main show aired, AMC had already announced that three new shows would be heading into production, bringing back some of the show’s most iconic characters in their own spin-off stories. This kicked off with Negan and Maggie-centric Dead City, followed by the eponymous Daryl Dixon, and finally the long-awaited return of Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira as Rick and Michonne Grimes respectively. After seeing strong praise and viewership for the two former shows, enough to greenlight second seasons immediately, The Ones Who Live is now being hyped as the best of the trio.

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