Lindsey Morgan Will Leave ‘Walker’ This Season

The CW show Walker recently started its second season, and we already know the show will endure some major changes this season. Lindsey Morgan, who portrays the main character Micki Ramirez, announced that we can expect her to depart the show soon.

As reported by Deadline, Morgan issued a statement:

After much thoughtful consideration and introspection, I have made the incredibly difficult decision to step away from my role as Micki Ramirez on Walker for personal reasons, and I am eternally grateful to have the support of the producers, CBS Studios and The CW in allowing me to do so. The opportunity to play Micki has truly been a blessing as has working alongside the incredible cast and crew of this terrific series. Please know that I will continue to root for my TV family and wish them all the best.”

Lindsey Morgan

Before Walker, Morgan was a part of The CW show The 100 for seven seasons. After The 100 ended, Morgan continued her career at The CW with Walker, just like Jared Padalecki continued cooperation with The CW after finishing Supernatural, the show in which he acted alongside Jensen Ackles for 15 seasons.

“Lindsey is a wonderful person, inside and out. I am proud of, and grateful for, her work on Walker. Moreover, I’m honored to consider her a friend.”

Jared Padalecki

“It’s been a true pleasure to work with Lindsey. I admire her as a person and as a professional. She will of course be missed, but we truly support her and celebrate the impact she has made on this show.”

Anna Fricke, showrunner of Walker

“We respect and support Lindsey Morgan’s decision to step away from her role as a series regular on Walker and wish her only the best. She is a tremendously talented actress who will certainly be missed, and we will, of course, leave the door open for ‘Micki’ to return”

The CW

Walker is a remake of the famous drama Walker, Texas Ranger, in which Chuck Norris played the titular role. Walker was the CW’s most-watched series during its first season.


Lindsey Morgan Will Leave ‘Walker’ This Season

The CW show Walker recently started its second season, and we already know the show will endure some major changes this season. Lindsey Morgan, who portrays the main character Micki Ramirez, announced that we can expect her to depart the show soon.

As reported by Deadline, Morgan issued a statement:

After much thoughtful consideration and introspection, I have made the incredibly difficult decision to step away from my role as Micki Ramirez on Walker for personal reasons, and I am eternally grateful to have the support of the producers, CBS Studios and The CW in allowing me to do so. The opportunity to play Micki has truly been a blessing as has working alongside the incredible cast and crew of this terrific series. Please know that I will continue to root for my TV family and wish them all the best.”

Lindsey Morgan

Before Walker, Morgan was a part of The CW show The 100 for seven seasons. After The 100 ended, Morgan continued her career at The CW with Walker, just like Jared Padalecki continued cooperation with The CW after finishing Supernatural, the show in which he acted alongside Jensen Ackles for 15 seasons.

“Lindsey is a wonderful person, inside and out. I am proud of, and grateful for, her work on Walker. Moreover, I’m honored to consider her a friend.”

Jared Padalecki

“It’s been a true pleasure to work with Lindsey. I admire her as a person and as a professional. She will of course be missed, but we truly support her and celebrate the impact she has made on this show.”

Anna Fricke, showrunner of Walker

“We respect and support Lindsey Morgan’s decision to step away from her role as a series regular on Walker and wish her only the best. She is a tremendously talented actress who will certainly be missed, and we will, of course, leave the door open for ‘Micki’ to return”

The CW

Walker is a remake of the famous drama Walker, Texas Ranger, in which Chuck Norris played the titular role. Walker was the CW’s most-watched series during its first season.

Scroll to Top