Lauren Cohan Lands ABC Pilot, Fuels 'Walking Dead' Exit Speculation

The Walking Dead's Lauren Cohan to star in ABC pilot Whiskey Cavalier

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The ABC option will either provide Cohan with an exit strategy from Dead or help her land a satisfactory payday at one of the biggest shows on TV. After Cohan rejected AMC's counter offer (a modest bump instead of the raise she requested), she even made herself available for the upcoming pilot season.

Cohan, whose character is alive and well on TWD, has been on the horror series since the beginning of Season 2, which she joined as a recurring, becoming a series regular in Season 3.

Maggie's days on THE WALKING DEAD could indeed be numbered as series star Lauren Cohan has agreed to star in ABC's drama pilot WHISKEY CAVALIER, Tracking Board has confirmed.

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"Sources say Cohan and her agents are not happy with the offers that have been on the table from AMC", THR reports. Cohan reportedly wanted her salary to be closer to her male co-stars, Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus, but AMC was unwilling to meet her demands. "Insiders suggest that Cohan was actively looking for her next job and not trying to use the pilot casting process to force AMC's hand as the actress' camp remains frustrated by AMC's lowball offers". And if we're being honest, Whiskey and Fiery will likely end up in a will-they-won't-they romantic tangle if the show goes to series. Fans were able to breathe easier once it was reported that Cohan was in "active negotiations" to return for season 9.

Whiskey Cavalier follows Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Will Chase, codename Whiskey Cavalier (Foley) who, following an emotional break-up, is assigned to work with Central Intelligence Agency operative Francesca Trowbridge, codename Fiery Tribune (Cohan). Fans will have to wait to see how the rest of season eight unfolds to find out whether or not Maggie will be making it to season nine - but, quite frankly, things do not look good right now. The Walking Dead returns to AMC on Sunday, February 25 at 9/8c.

The show is being written by Dave Hemingson.

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