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This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dead season 5 7.

The Walking Dead has been on for so long, fans have gotten weary of its never-ending and convoluted storylines and so have some of the cast it seems.

Chad Coleman who played Tyreese Williams on the AMC series opened up about how he got fed up of the tedious Negan murder plot.

Thats enough for me, Coleman, 44, said of the long-running arc in an interview with Popcorn Talk.

After Glenn and Abraham, you know, Negan smashed their heads in that way, it was just like, Thats enough for me. Thanks guys. Take care. All the best.

Jeffrey Dean Morgans Negan was The Walking Deads ultimate villain for a number of seasons and endless episodes saw fans question who he murdered with his bat and the general consensus is that it was way over-hyped.

Negan killed Glenn Rhee (played by Steven Yeun) and Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) by bludgeoning them with his bat, Lucille, after randomly selecting them.

Coleman said he feels the series has started to come back to more nuanced, less extreme characters.

Thats one of the benefits and joys of playing Tyreese hes a very real man in a very tough situation and you felt his humanity, he explained.

His sensitivity, all the things that all of us as just regular folk would go through, so theyre getting back to more nuanced character stuff again with [showrunner] Angela Kang.

Tyresse departed the series in five after being bit by a walker before being mercy-killed by Michonne (Danai Gurira) who is about to exit the show herself.

When asked if he would like to return in a flashback, he said: I wrestle with that because I feel like Tyreese was the type of character just like, Enough said. Done. Leave it alone. Dont touch it.

But in another, because I love the community down there and everybody involved are such great people to work with and do the day-to-day thing with yeah, I think I would. It would be great to pop in.

Lauren Cohan and the rest of the cast have just reunited ahead of season 10 filming.

The Walking Dead season 10 is expected to start later this year, season 9 is available on NOW TV.

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