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Published On: Mon, Oct 13th, 2014

Sonequa Martin-Green, Chad Coleman, Michael Cudlitz talk ‘Walking Dead’ season 5

The cast of “The Walking Dead” visit Larry King on the Emmy nominated series  “Larry King Now” to talk about the upcoming explosive season, how they would fare in an actual zombie apocalypse and their thoughts on how the show will end.

Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha The Walking Dead season 5 photoSonequa Martin-Green, Chad L. Coleman and Michael Cudlitz gave Larry their take on how they think “The Walking Dead,” which was just picked up for a 6th season, will end. Michael explained, “Basically they’re going to get to the ocean at some point. They’re going to realize that the entire United States is surrounded by ships from every other country. We’ve caused it. And they’re basically going to be shooting and destroying anyone who tries to get off of our island…And if that is the actual ending, Robert, I’m sorry” (clip below)

Each cast member shared their favorite part of being on the Golden Globe nominated, and Emmy winning series “The Walking Dead”. Sonequa told Larry her favorite is, “being a part of such a brilliantly written with such brilliant artists, in front of the camera and behind.” Chad remarked, “Being able to move people all over the world, with this fantastic storytelling” and Michael decided the best part to him is “the food in Atlanta.” (clip below)

“I think the theme is, ‘Who are you really?’ ” — Coleman on season five

“All of us said, ‘First of all, this is impossible. Second of all, is it going going to make it to TV?’ ” — Martin-Green on the season five premiere episode

Melissa McBride Chad coleman The Walking Dead season 5 photo“I think people do feel alone. They feel like the only thing they have to cling to is their family, so I think everyone is sort of like, ‘You know what? All we have is each other.’ ” — Cudlitz

“It really is a familial environment. […] Everyone receives you with open arms.” — Martin-Green on the cast

“We love it as actors, but at the same time, I’ve got to honor where I’m going and decompress. […] I had to find a way to get it out of me, because it’s really, really heavy.” — Coleman on not letting the material bleed into his personal life

“I’d like for there to be a cure.” — Martin-Green on how she wants the show to end

“I started in theater. I still kind of consider it my home.” — Martin-Green

“Somebody handed me the keys to a Lamborghini and said, ‘Take a ride.’ ” — Coleman on his part in “The Wire”

“Everyone meets at my house once a year. We have a reunion. […] We’ve been doing it now 14 years.” — Cudlitz on reuniting the “Band of Brothers” every year

“It was the most amazing job I’ve ever had.” — Cudlitz on “Band of Brothers”

“Being able to move people all over the world with this fantastic storytelling.” — Coleman on the best part of being in the cast

“A fan actually snuck onto the studio. […] He came all the way from—I think it was Japan.” — Coleman on his strangest fan encounter

“The stories are being told and the characters, I think people can identify with these people.  Its an interesting social commentary…” – Cudlitz on why the show is so big

“This show is such a goliath” – Martin- Green

“We’ll have to see” – Cudlitz on if Abraham is a good guy

“The Walking Dead” cast wrapped up the interview by answering social media questions from some of their biggest fans including if father Gabriel will appear on the season premiere, if Nagan is going to be introduced this season and what they’d do in the face of an actual zombie apocalypse. (clip below)

The episode is now LIVE on Ora.tv and Hulu.com (episodes premiere daily 5pm EST)

To watch the interview, click here: http://goo.gl/GPNB4I

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