Just like everyone else, Scott M. Gimple, is not ready for the show to end just yet. "The Walking Dead" producer would love to stretch the hit horror drama television series' life for as long as he can, to the point of reaching 20 years on air! If this is true, then this is definitely a dream come true for the "TWD" fans.

People will have a hard time thinking when asked if what do they see themselves doing in 20 years time, but Scott M. Gimple knows exactly what he'll be doing by then. The producer shared that he would want to push "The Walking Dead" series' lifespan to at least 2030.

Producer not ready for 'The Walking Dead' to end yet

“We are trying to do twenty years. The comic has certainly done it, and I look forward to every issue," he said. “The Simpsons has been on 26, 27 years, so that’s a challenge — so OK, challenge accepted. Done.”

Since "The Walking Dead" comic book series has 165 comics right now, the popular show definitely has a lot of stories to explore that would certainly make the producer's plan possible. Besides the comics, the TV adaptation also adds its own twist to the show that could expand to more angles to the already interesting storyline.

Producer hints Negan's wrath will last for a long time

“We try to reinvent the show every eight episodes," "The Walking Dead" producer shared.

"We have this story that is a fidelity to the comic book, but we’re also exploring original stuff, and those things help us go on every year," Scott M. Gimple then further explained that they do take risks in some of the episodes and although they were scared for the outcome, they still take the plunge because that's what makes the show even more interesting for the fans.

Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is one character that fans love to hate. While his wrath brought a lot of tears and heartaches to the TWD fandom, his existence gave so much depth to the story. Although many would want to to kill the famously brutal antagonist themselves, most fans secretly want him to stay as long as possible to add even more spice to "The Walking Dead" series.