Actress Lauren Cohan, who plays survivor Maggie Rhee on the AMC series, took to Twitter on Saturday (December 5) to share the trailer for Tom Petty’s upcoming Something Could Happen music video.
On the other hand, the actress confessed to her followers that she felt truly at home for being part of that project, which was directed by Warren Fu, who has worked with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry, The Weeknd, and Dua Lipa.
Likewise, Cohan invited his followers to join an event of collaborators who showed the most iconic videos of Tom Petty accompanying the post with the hashtag “#WildflowersAndAlltheRest.” In the tweet, Cohan also shared a link to the official YouTube page by Tom Petty, where the music video will be available to premiere on Tuesday, December 8.
While Cohan has technically been a part of The Walking Dead for nearly a decade, he was absent for a third of its ninth season and nearly its entire follow-up installment as well, before reprising the role of Maggie in what was initially supposed to be the end of season 10.
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However, since the episode aired, the network and the creators behind the zombie-filled outing have decided to extend season 10 for another six episodes, of which Cohan will be a part. In turn, Lauren confessed in an interview last October that she was truly excited for the premiere of the first episode of the zombie drama.
The Walking Dead will return to AMC in 2021. Viewers can also catch up on the show through NOW TV.