According to the trade, Cohan's contract is up at the end of the current eighth season, and she does not have a new contract in place yet, making it likely that she could leave the show.
Lauren has reportedly been highly in-demand this pilot season as she weighs her future in the zombie apocalypse. Sources say Cohan and her agents are not happy with the offers that have been on the table from AMC.
Maggie first emerged on The Walking Dead in Season 2 and quickly became one of the show's most popular characters. Although Cohan is not seeking salary parity with male leads Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus, her camp and AMC have been engaged in a months-long negotiation that remains far apart.
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The move by Cohan and company might be a bold power play to up AMC's offers for the actress' next contract.
And it seems her exit from the show could now have been confirmed, as Lauren has joined the cast of a new ABC show. For starters, there's no guarantee that Whiskey Cavalier will be ordered to series.
The Walking Dead will return for the remainder of Season 8 beginning this Sunday, February 25. Fans were able to breathe easier once it was reported that Cohan was in "active negotiations" to return for season 9.
Written by Hemingson, Whiskey Cavalier, from WBTV and Lawrence's studio-based Doozer Prods., follows the adventures of Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Will Chase (codename: Whiskey Cavalier) - played by Foley - who, following an emotional break-up, is assigned to work with quick, cunning and completely fearless Central Intelligence Agency operative Francesca "Frankie" Trowbridge (codename: Fiery Tribune) - played by Cohan. Cohan will play the female lead opposite Scandal's Scott Foley.