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Andrea ist eine fiktive Figur aus der Comic-Serie The Walking Dead und wird von Laurie Holden in der gleichnamigen amerikanischen Fernsehserie porträtiert. Die Figur wurde von dem Schriftsteller Robert Kirkman und dem Künstler Tony Moore kreiert. Andrea ist ein Hauptcharakter und eine Überlebende des Ausbruchs in AMC's The Walking Dead. Laurie Holden, die bei „The Walking Dead“ als Andrea Harrison zu sehen war, redet Tacheles: Ihr Serientod in Staffel 3 sei ein riesiger. The Walking Dead: Andrea sollte eigentlich bis zum Schluss leben! Laurie Holden erzählt, dass für ihren Charakter ein ganz anderes Schicksal. In The Walking Dead Staffel 1 bis 3 war Andrea ein fester Bestandteil von Ricks Gruppe im Kampf gegen die Untoten. Wie die toughe Blondine.

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The Walking Dead-Showrunner Scott Gimple offenbart, dass das Schicksal von Andrea nicht ignoriert wird. Allerdings ist Andrea in der. In The Walking Dead Staffel 1 bis 3 war Andrea ein fester Bestandteil von Ricks Gruppe im Kampf gegen die Untoten. Wie die toughe Blondine. Andrea ist eine fiktive Figur aus der Comic-Serie The Walking Dead und wird von Laurie Holden in der gleichnamigen amerikanischen Fernsehserie porträtiert. Die Figur wurde von dem Schriftsteller Robert Kirkman und dem Künstler Tony Moore kreiert.

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Debra Campbell uncredited. Instead, Andrea arranges for the two sides to negotiate at a neutral location, but both Rick and the Governor refuse to allow her to join in their discussion.

She discovers the Governor's plans to launch an attack at the prison, and tries to escape, but the Governor captures her just as she reaches the prison.

Back in Woodbury, the Governor throws her in a torture cell, strapped to a chair. He then fatally wounds Milton, having come to determine he has turned against him, and leaves them, anticipating that Milton will die, reanimate, and kill Andrea.

A dying Milton keeps enough consciousness to point Andrea to a set of tools just in her reach to cut her bonds.

The Governor launches his attack but Rick's group quickly overpowers them, forcing the Governor to flee elsewhere.

Knowing Andrea may be in trouble at Woodbury, Rick and others head there, but arrive too late: Milton had turned, and while Andrea did free herself enough to subdue Milton's reanimated body, she has also been bitten.

She is conscious enough to welcome her friends, and for them to say goodbyes to her. She asks Rick for his gun to end her own life, and the others leave as Michonne stays behind with Andrea before she commits suicide.

Andrea's body is brought back to the prison to be buried. Soon after being cast, she read through the comics to analyze and get a definite understanding of Andrea's character.

She acknowledged her enjoyment of having a much more physical role than on some of her other past projects, as well as her excitement towards having her character gradually become a warrior like in the comics.

Andrea, as she appears in the comic series, is described by The Hollywood Reporter 's James Hibberd as "a key member of the survivor group who has a proficiency with a sniper rifle and falls for a man twice her age.

Gimple season 4—present describes Andrea in the comic as having an "interesting evolution". He said: "There was a certain brashness and cockiness that she had.

We've seen her mature. Comic creator Robert Kirkman explained that her ensuing desire to protect herself would begin her evolution into her comic counterpart, "the fearless sharpshooter".

Holden allowed the event to color her portrayal, and for the remainder of season two , before each scene she filmed, she thought "Andrea, you must honor Dale.

In the comic series, Andrea has a physical relationship with Dale. Holden was surprised to discover this while researching her role, but in March , stated her intention to "honor the relationship well".

Holden was dismayed by his departure; she commented that she "love[d] the Dale-Andrea dynamic and He expressed his approval of the differences between the series and its source material, and advised viewers interested in the relationship storyline to read the comics.

Also in the comics, Andrea and Rick eventually become romantically involved within their time at the Alexandria Safe-Zone community.

Their relationship, while genuine and affectionate, was initially shown to be strained, as Rick struggled to get over the deaths of his past lovers and Andrea found herself constantly at odds with some of Rick's decisions in life-threatening matters.

Though Shane dies in the comics before the group reaches the farm, he remains alive longer in the television series.

This resulted in alterations to the ensuing plot, including the creation of a relationship between Andrea and Shane.

The death of Andrea Laurie Holden in the television series marks one of the biggest departures from Robert Kirkman 's source material in which Andrea played an active role within the series beyond this for a total of 13 years.

It was a shock to everyone. It was never part of the original story docs for Season 3. And it was rather unexpected. Just know the show is something different and we are telling different stories.

It doesn't mean we're not going to see a lot of the big stories and big events from the comic book in the TV show eventually; it just means those things will be a little bit altered from time to time.

Hopefully it will be exciting, new and fresh just like it was the first time you read the comic, which is really the goal.

There was a lot of opposition in the writers' room. It was definitely something that divided the room to a certain extent.

Do I wish that I had more scenes with Michonne showing that friendship? I feel like her life mattered, and she died trying, and her heart was in the right place.

I feel grateful for that. Glen Mazzara said the decision to kill off Andrea occurred organically throughout the season, and talks of it emerged half-way through.

He also addressed that he never planned to faithfully follow the comic book source material anyway, regarding the negative feedback from comic book readers.

On the significance of Andrea's death, he said:. I thought it was important that we always show that no one is safe.

It's also important to show the effect that these deaths have on our other characters. Andrea's death, for example, I knew Rick was going to finally open up the gates of the prison after a season in which he's trying to hide away from the world and lock everybody away and keep them safe.

He realizes what that means -- that our group is now becoming isolated and will be picked off, that his own son is on the road to becoming the Governor David Morrissey , so he has to open up the gates and let other people in and be compassionate.

At the end of the finale, he brings in these women, children and elderly people and the group is going to transform.

There needed to be a blood sacrifice for that, and there had to be a price that was paid. Andrea paying that price was important.

She is unable to re-enter the group. In a way, a lot of what she did was bring the two groups together. But she's never able to enter the prison and be reunited in a full way with Rick's group.

That was an ultimate sacrifice that was worthy of the season finale. They revealed there were three different versions of the script.

One version included Andrea surviving the season finale and saving the people of Woodbury, leading them back to the prison.

The other was the one that was written by Glen Mazzara and the aired one re-written partially by Scott Gimple. Holden felt that re-shooting her original death scene two months later was satisfying, because "she needed to be with her friends" and felt that she died with "grace" in the re-shoot as opposed to a "D-movie horror death" in the original run.

Holden also revealed that the decision caused Glen Mazzara to lose his job as showrunner, as many of the writers were against the concept.

Nicotero felt that Andrea's character got "lost in the writing" for the third season. The death of Andrea in the comic book series came 4 years later in "Issue " after the war with Negan and the Whisperers.

I feel like I killed a close friend. They weigh on me the same way they weigh on you. These characters are very real to me, and their deaths are upsetting even to me.

I plotted this issue out during a plane ride a few months ago. I plot my stories down with a pencil and paper, and there I was in my seat, blocking out scenes and writing dialog notes, surrounded by strangers who probably thought I was jotting down a shopping list.

As I was writing some of the moments from this issue, I started crying. I found myself glancing around, wiping my eyes, hoping no one would notice.

I had plenty of time to change my mind. I had plenty of time to just not do it. I am in control of this story after all.

This was one of those times. I want Andrea to live. I want to write more stories with her. I want to see her and Rick grow old together, watching Carl grow up and have kids of his own.

I want that kind of happiness for these characters. And yet, here we are. Andrea is dead and the story moves on.

I know this is another important turning point in the life of this series. It still upsets me. I loved Andrea and I will truly miss her.

The Weekly Crisis listed Andrea as 2 in their list of The Ten Best Characters in The Walking Dead , describing her as "Rick's real right hand, and she's definitely no man", commenting on her expert marksmanship, loyalty and positively calling Rick and Andrea a "power couple".

Holden's performance as Andrea was well-received, particularly in the first and second seasons. Her character's role in the third season, however, was often criticized by critics and fans alike.

Many praised the sisterly bond between Andrea and her sister, Amy Emma Bell , [60] her relationship with Dale and Andrea's grieving process and transformation into a skilled fighter by the end of the second season.

For her performance in the first season, in , Holden received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress on Television for her portrayal of Andrea.

For her performance in the second season, she was also nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Scream Award. Despite describing them as an "unlikely pairing", Scott Meslow of The Atlantic asserted that it was superior to the storyline between Andrea and Dale.

Meslow retorted that it was wise to underplay the tryst between Shane and Andrea, which he predicted would not lead to anything serious. The character development of Andrea produced uniform praise among critics in the season 2 finale, " Beside the Dying Fire ".

Writing for Paste , Josh Jackson felt that it served as the episode's highlight, and further assessed that she emulated actress Linda Hamilton.

She spoke of her scene with Michonne: "She'd fought so hard to live that I wanted Andrea to fend off that final batch of walkers successfully.

When it appeared she might not live, I was, quite rightly, on the edge of my seat. And the appearance of the caped figure—towing two armless walkers, no less—was as dramatic as could be.

Andrea's role in the third season is a significant departure from the comic book series. In comparison to previous seasons, her role was criticized and garnered generally negative critiques.

Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly commented negatively on Andrea's actions and her relationship with The Governor, invented for the show, saying: "The characters on Walking Dead appear stuck in their tracks, reliving the same traumas over and over.

Will Andrea fall for next season's villain, too? Club felt that the climax of " I Ain't a Judas " didn't strengthen the sense of who Andrea is, and called the character "problematic" and "a mess", which "only becomes more obvious when she's asked to serve as the center of some kind of ongoing moral crisis.

Andrea's death received a polarized reaction. Noel Murray of Rolling Stone ranked Andrea 18th in a list of 30 best Walking Dead characters, saying, "One of the biggest divergences between the comic book and the show has been the character of Andrea: She's practically a co-lead with Rick on the page yet became a surprise casualty in the show's third season.

She had a good run though, with Laurie Holden playing her as shrewd enough to see through the Governor's beneficent facade, and friendly enough to bring the lone wolf Michonne into the fold.

Even now, her steeliness and wits are missed. Among the various action figures released by McFarlane Toys , Andrea is featured in two line-ups.

In the series 3 line-up of figures for Skybound 's The Walking Dead comic book series, she wears a tank top and has two facial scars.

But when Amy is killed in a walker attack, Andrea becomes distraught, lamenting to Dale that "there's nothing left," and opting to stay inside the CDC as it self-destructs rather than live on.

Dale, however, convinces Andrea to leave the building by vowing to stay as well. Andrea's new lease on life comes with a desire to protect herself and the group, which she accomplishes by forging a friendship with Shane.

He, in turn, teaches her everything from gun maintenance to sharpshooting, at which she excels. Never one to shy away from a fight, Andrea is instrumental in defending the group against a herd of attacking walkers one night, but in the ensuing chaos, she gets left behind.

Alone in the woods and out of ammunition, Andrea is about to be bitten by a walker when its head is sliced off. As the walker's body slumps over, Andrea sees standing before her a hooded stranger wielding a katana sword.

The figure is Michonne , and the two become close traveling companions. Andrea is immediately taken with Woodbury and decides to stay even after Michonne, who is suspicious of the Governor, leaves.

She becomes the Governor's lover and assists in his efforts to keep the town safe. When she learns that he corrals walkers to fight in gladiator battles, she bristles and calls it "barbaric" but admits it also excites her.

Gradually, Andrea learns about the Governor's cruel nature. When she discovers his plans to attack the prison, she tries to broker a truce.

The Governor pretends to strike a deal with Rick but secretly plans to kill everyone.

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Ann McGinnis. Andrea Harrison. Andrea's rescuer is revealed to be Michonne , who helps to escort her over the next several months and the two bond.

Andrea becomes ill, but Michonne is able to find medicine to help her. When they see a helicopter crash nearby, they go to investigate but find that it is already being scoured by Merle, who managed to escape by sawing off his hand and since replaced it with a prosthetic bayonet, and other men.

Though they try to stay hidden, Andrea and Michonne are captured, with Merle recognizing Andrea from Atlanta, and taken back to Woodbury, a walled community being run by The Governor.

The Governor allows them to stay, but Michonne is very uncomfortable about the community and makes plans to leave, while Andrea, tired of wandering, accepts the Governor's hospitality.

Merle warns The Governor privately about the other members of Rick's group due to Andrea's appearance.

Andrea becomes a close confidant and of romantic interest to the Governor, and assists Milton in studying the walker epidemic.

Later, Merle discovers and captures Glenn and Maggie , and takes him to the Governor who harshly interrogates them about where the rest of Rick's group is at.

Michonne, who had seen this abduction, finds Rick's group, sheltered in a nearby prison, and she leads a small group back to rescue the pair.

Michonne seeks out the Governor herself, discovering he has kept the still-animated heads of several walkers alive in fishtanks, as well as the re-animated body of his daughter Penny.

She dispatches Penny, just as the Governor arrives, and the two fight, with Michonne ending up cutting out one of the Governor's eyes.

She is about to kill him when Andrea arrives and warns Michonne away at gunpoint. Michonne flees with the rest of Rick's group, though Rick and Andrea catch sight of each other during this.

However, Daryl has been captured after finding his brother is still alive, and Andrea is forced to watch as the Governor forces them to battle to the death, since Merle had lied to him.

However, the brothers manage to escape when Rick's group return to help out. The Governor is vengeful after the attack, but Andrea provides an inspirational speech to the Woodbury residents about rebuilding.

The Governor compliments her, but secretly has Milton keep tabs on her. Andrea suggests that she could bridge the Woodbury and prison groups for a peaceful resolution, but the Governor refuses; however, he tells Milton to help Andrea escape and seek out the prison, so that they can find it themselves, planning on launching an attack in revenge.

She makes it to the prison, but refuses to help Rick's group sneak back into Woodbury, and Carol instead suggests she assassinate the Governor.

When she returns to Woodbury, she has the opportunity to kill a sleeping Governor but she is unable to strike the blow.

Instead, Andrea arranges for the two sides to negotiate at a neutral location, but both Rick and the Governor refuse to allow her to join in their discussion.

She discovers the Governor's plans to launch an attack at the prison, and tries to escape, but the Governor captures her just as she reaches the prison.

Back in Woodbury, the Governor throws her in a torture cell, strapped to a chair. He then fatally wounds Milton, having come to determine he has turned against him, and leaves them, anticipating that Milton will die, reanimate, and kill Andrea.

A dying Milton keeps enough consciousness to point Andrea to a set of tools just in her reach to cut her bonds.

The Governor launches his attack but Rick's group quickly overpowers them, forcing the Governor to flee elsewhere.

Knowing Andrea may be in trouble at Woodbury, Rick and others head there, but arrive too late: Milton had turned, and while Andrea did free herself enough to subdue Milton's reanimated body, she has also been bitten.

She is conscious enough to welcome her friends, and for them to say goodbyes to her. She asks Rick for his gun to end her own life, and the others leave as Michonne stays behind with Andrea before she commits suicide.

Andrea's body is brought back to the prison to be buried. Soon after being cast, she read through the comics to analyze and get a definite understanding of Andrea's character.

She acknowledged her enjoyment of having a much more physical role than on some of her other past projects, as well as her excitement towards having her character gradually become a warrior like in the comics.

Andrea, as she appears in the comic series, is described by The Hollywood Reporter 's James Hibberd as "a key member of the survivor group who has a proficiency with a sniper rifle and falls for a man twice her age.

Gimple season 4—present describes Andrea in the comic as having an "interesting evolution". He said: "There was a certain brashness and cockiness that she had.

We've seen her mature. Comic creator Robert Kirkman explained that her ensuing desire to protect herself would begin her evolution into her comic counterpart, "the fearless sharpshooter".

Holden allowed the event to color her portrayal, and for the remainder of season two , before each scene she filmed, she thought "Andrea, you must honor Dale.

In the comic series, Andrea has a physical relationship with Dale. Holden was surprised to discover this while researching her role, but in March , stated her intention to "honor the relationship well".

Holden was dismayed by his departure; she commented that she "love[d] the Dale-Andrea dynamic and He expressed his approval of the differences between the series and its source material, and advised viewers interested in the relationship storyline to read the comics.

Also in the comics, Andrea and Rick eventually become romantically involved within their time at the Alexandria Safe-Zone community.

Their relationship, while genuine and affectionate, was initially shown to be strained, as Rick struggled to get over the deaths of his past lovers and Andrea found herself constantly at odds with some of Rick's decisions in life-threatening matters.

Though Shane dies in the comics before the group reaches the farm, he remains alive longer in the television series. This resulted in alterations to the ensuing plot, including the creation of a relationship between Andrea and Shane.

The death of Andrea Laurie Holden in the television series marks one of the biggest departures from Robert Kirkman 's source material in which Andrea played an active role within the series beyond this for a total of 13 years.

It was a shock to everyone. It was never part of the original story docs for Season 3. And it was rather unexpected.

Just know the show is something different and we are telling different stories. It doesn't mean we're not going to see a lot of the big stories and big events from the comic book in the TV show eventually; it just means those things will be a little bit altered from time to time.

Hopefully it will be exciting, new and fresh just like it was the first time you read the comic, which is really the goal.

There was a lot of opposition in the writers' room. It was definitely something that divided the room to a certain extent.

Do I wish that I had more scenes with Michonne showing that friendship? I feel like her life mattered, and she died trying, and her heart was in the right place.

I feel grateful for that. Glen Mazzara said the decision to kill off Andrea occurred organically throughout the season, and talks of it emerged half-way through.

He also addressed that he never planned to faithfully follow the comic book source material anyway, regarding the negative feedback from comic book readers.

On the significance of Andrea's death, he said:. I thought it was important that we always show that no one is safe.

It's also important to show the effect that these deaths have on our other characters. Andrea's death, for example, I knew Rick was going to finally open up the gates of the prison after a season in which he's trying to hide away from the world and lock everybody away and keep them safe.

He realizes what that means -- that our group is now becoming isolated and will be picked off, that his own son is on the road to becoming the Governor David Morrissey , so he has to open up the gates and let other people in and be compassionate.

At the end of the finale, he brings in these women, children and elderly people and the group is going to transform.

There needed to be a blood sacrifice for that, and there had to be a price that was paid. Andrea paying that price was important.

She is unable to re-enter the group. In a way, a lot of what she did was bring the two groups together. But she's never able to enter the prison and be reunited in a full way with Rick's group.

That was an ultimate sacrifice that was worthy of the season finale. They revealed there were three different versions of the script.

One version included Andrea surviving the season finale and saving the people of Woodbury, leading them back to the prison.

The other was the one that was written by Glen Mazzara and the aired one re-written partially by Scott Gimple.

Holden felt that re-shooting her original death scene two months later was satisfying, because "she needed to be with her friends" and felt that she died with "grace" in the re-shoot as opposed to a "D-movie horror death" in the original run.

Holden also revealed that the decision caused Glen Mazzara to lose his job as showrunner, as many of the writers were against the concept.

Nicotero felt that Andrea's character got "lost in the writing" for the third season. The death of Andrea in the comic book series came 4 years later in "Issue " after the war with Negan and the Whisperers.

I feel like I killed a close friend. They weigh on me the same way they weigh on you. These characters are very real to me, and their deaths are upsetting even to me.

I plotted this issue out during a plane ride a few months ago. I plot my stories down with a pencil and paper, and there I was in my seat, blocking out scenes and writing dialog notes, surrounded by strangers who probably thought I was jotting down a shopping list.

As I was writing some of the moments from this issue, I started crying. I found myself glancing around, wiping my eyes, hoping no one would notice.

I had plenty of time to change my mind. I had plenty of time to just not do it. I am in control of this story after all. This was one of those times.

I want Andrea to live. I want to write more stories with her. I want to see her and Rick grow old together, watching Carl grow up and have kids of his own.

I want that kind of happiness for these characters. And yet, here we are. Andrea is dead and the story moves on.

I know this is another important turning point in the life of this series. It still upsets me.

I loved Andrea and I will truly miss her. The Weekly Crisis listed Andrea as 2 in their list of The Ten Best Characters in The Walking Dead , describing her as "Rick's real right hand, and she's definitely no man", commenting on her expert marksmanship, loyalty and positively calling Rick and Andrea a "power couple".

Holden's performance as Andrea was well-received, particularly in the first and second seasons. Her character's role in the third season, however, was often criticized by critics and fans alike.

Many praised the sisterly bond between Andrea and her sister, Amy Emma Bell , [60] her relationship with Dale and Andrea's grieving process and transformation into a skilled fighter by the end of the second season.

For her performance in the first season, in , Holden received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress on Television for her portrayal of Andrea.

For her performance in the second season, she was also nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Scream Award. Despite describing them as an "unlikely pairing", Scott Meslow of The Atlantic asserted that it was superior to the storyline between Andrea and Dale.

Meslow retorted that it was wise to underplay the tryst between Shane and Andrea, which he predicted would not lead to anything serious.

The character development of Andrea produced uniform praise among critics in the season 2 finale, " Beside the Dying Fire ".

Writing for Paste , Josh Jackson felt that it served as the episode's highlight, and further assessed that she emulated actress Linda Hamilton.

She spoke of her scene with Michonne: "She'd fought so hard to live that I wanted Andrea to fend off that final batch of walkers successfully.

When it appeared she might not live, I was, quite rightly, on the edge of my seat. And the appearance of the caped figure—towing two armless walkers, no less—was as dramatic as could be.

Andrea's role in the third season is a significant departure from the comic book series. In comparison to previous seasons, her role was criticized and garnered generally negative critiques.

Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly commented negatively on Andrea's actions and her relationship with The Governor, invented for the show, saying: "The characters on Walking Dead appear stuck in their tracks, reliving the same traumas over and over.

Will Andrea fall for next season's villain, too? Club felt that the climax of " I Ain't a Judas " didn't strengthen the sense of who Andrea is, and called the character "problematic" and "a mess", which "only becomes more obvious when she's asked to serve as the center of some kind of ongoing moral crisis.

Andrea's death received a polarized reaction. Noel Murray of Rolling Stone ranked Andrea 18th in a list of 30 best Walking Dead characters, saying, "One of the biggest divergences between the comic book and the show has been the character of Andrea: She's practically a co-lead with Rick on the page yet became a surprise casualty in the show's third season.

She had a good run though, with Laurie Holden playing her as shrewd enough to see through the Governor's beneficent facade, and friendly enough to bring the lone wolf Michonne into the fold.

Even now, her steeliness and wits are missed. Among the various action figures released by McFarlane Toys , Andrea is featured in two line-ups.

In the series 3 line-up of figures for Skybound 's The Walking Dead comic book series, she wears a tank top and has two facial scars.

Other accessories include her signature scoped rifle, along with a pistol and a knife. The figure comes with a pistol with leg holster, sniper rifle , and pitchfork from Hershel's farm.

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