During season two, Shane gradually becomes more unhinged and shows bouts of irrational violence and bloodlust after allowing another survivor to die in an act of self-preservation.
Shane eventually lures Rick away from the group to kill him, but Rick kills him first.
This is further supported when Rick specifically tells Michonne that he knows Judith isn't his, but still vows to protect her and treat her as if she was. Believing Rick to be dead, she begins a relationship with Shane, but is loyal to Rick once he returns, and she pushes Shane away from her and Carl, of whom she is fiercely protective.
She attempts to comfort Shane so he will feel accepted in their group, but she is cautious about his reckless actions, and ultimately warns Rick that Shane is dangerous.
At the same time, she is disturbed by her husband's gradual change in this more savage environment, and is shocked after learning he killed Shane.
— smart, calm, just, and a good friend, husband and father, but with his own set of flaws.
Rick is a natural leader even when he might doubt himself, but these doubts contribute to the ups and downs his character experiences throughout the series.
From their escape from the farm till their endeavor to take up residence at the prison, Lori becomes increasingly estranged from Rick and Carl, which she blames on herself.
She becomes worried about her baby's survival, and when she goes into labor following a walker attack, Lori convinces Maggie to give her a C-section, despite the fact that it will prove fatal for her.He was Rick's partner in the sheriff's department and his best friend since high school.Until Rick's arrival, Shane led the group of Atlanta survivors.From left to right: Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Greg Nicotero (producer), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Melissa Mc Bride (Carol), Lennie James (Morgan), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Alanna Masterson (Tara), and Seth Gilliam (Gabriel) on a panel for the series at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 21, 2017 The following is a list of characters from The Walking Dead television series based on the eponymous comic book series.Although some characters appear in both the television and comic series, the continuity of the television series is not shared with the original comic book series.Just as he has begun to regain hope for a future for his friends and children, he and the Alexandrians are thrown into a lethal conflict with the Saviors.