'The Walking Dead' cast says goodbye to star Andrew Lincoln in an emotional video

AMCAndrew Lincoln wraps his arms around best bud Norman Reedus on the set of ‘The Walking Dead.’ The two became close friends over the course of the series.
  • Andrew Lincoln’s final episode of “The Walking Dead” will air Sunday on AMC.
  • The network released a short, emotional video featuring current and former cast members of the zombie drama to celebrate Lincoln’s time on the show. You can watch the video below.

Andrew Lincoln’s final episode of “The Walking Dead” will air Sunday on AMC, and the network released a touching video on Friday to honour his nine seasons on the show.

The two-minute video shows current and former cast members remembering their time with Lincoln on the show. It starts off with Scott Wilson, who died in October at the age of 76, saying Lincoln’s name. Wilson played beloved character Hershel Greene on the show. He will appear on Lincoln’s final episode.

“I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Lincoln once more, so that was really a great day for me,” Wilson said in the video.

Scott wilson walking deadAMCScott Wilson appears more than once in the video.

“The Walking Dead” actors Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, and Danai Gurira are among the stars who paid tribute to Lincoln.

“He’s very, very dear to me,” Reedus said. “And he’s taught me to be a better father, a better friend, a better actor.”

Andrew lincoln daryl rick walking deadAMCReedus has been on ‘The Walking Dead’ with Lincoln since season one. The two became close and started a prank war between themselves.

Noticeably missing from the video is Chandler Riggs – who played Lincoln’s character’s son, Carl, on the show for eight seasons before surprisingly getting killed off.

You can watch the video below. If the embed below isn’t working,head here.

Lincoln’s final episode of “The Walking Dead,” “What Comes After,” will air Sunday at 9 p.m. on AMC. You can follow along with our show coverage here.

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