However, the horror master, who has worked with the show's producer several times in the past, is still in negotiation.
Over the weekend, it was revealed that Stephen King is in talks to write an episode of "The Walking Dead" this upcoming season. Speaking at the show's panel during C2E2 comic and entertainment expo in Chicago, Laurie Holden who played Andrea was the first to announce the exciting news.
For one, executive producer of the zombie show, Frank Darabont has worked with the king of horror in the past. Their joint project included "The Green Mile", "The Mist" and "The Shawshank Redemption". Beyond the hint, there was no further information about King's involvement on the acclaimed AMC series.
In the occasion, Holden also talked about her character's development in season two after her suicide attempt. She said to IGN, "[Andrea] will be at rock bottom. She will not make it easy on Dale for saving her life from the events in the CDC... She's trying to find her feet again, [and] finds herself set to avenge her sister's death."
Season 2 of "Walking Dead" would premiere in Fall 2011, allegedly during the cable's annual Octoberfest.