While AMC continues to expand The Walking Dead universe, which began under showrunner Frank Darabont, some of its stars have yet to come to terms with his firing.

In 2010, Darabont developed the hit zombie series, but was fired in 2011 due to budgetary disagreements with AMC.

Recently, Sarah Wayne Callies, who portrayed Lori Grimes on The Walking Dead's first three seasons, expressed her disapproval of the show's handling of Darabont's exit.

Jon Bernthal's Real Ones podcast criticized AMC's decision to half methods with the previous showrunner. Her experiences with Darabont didn't match the community's explanations for firing him.

"To me, it felt like an assassination," said Callies. "The reasons we got were that he's an inexperienced showrunner, unprepared, and doesn't know what he's doing.

One month earlier than we began to record Season 2, this motherfucker dropped six completed scripts in my lap and said, "You can study these lines.". 'They won't change.' They were wonderful."

According to Callies, Darabont's artistic vision for the present would have far surpassed those of his successors.

Perhaps this is a controversial statement, but you can't beat his writing," she said. "No, you can't. 

Some really good people have been writing for that show since then, and I have gained a lot of respect and love for them. Frank Darabont writes like no one else. That's a totally different degree."

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