The Walking Dead cast a series about the TWD stories' dreams for their characters

The Walking Dead cast a series about the TWD stories' dreams for their characters

It may be the end of an era for as season 11 of the series concludes, but thanks to the recent spinoff, it is now possible for characters from across the TWD Universe to show up in the past, present or future.

What to Watch had a chance to meet with several members of the cast ahead of the season 11 premiere, and we asked if they had a character narrative that they wanted, if they had ever had a chance to appear on future episodes of.

Ross Marquand (Aaron)

"I like the notion of having a background. One of my favorite scenes of the show is when we return to Abrahams'' background and learn about what he was doing during the apocalypse with his parents.

"One of the things that stuck out to me when Im in the second episode was, I was talking to Rick and hes interrogating me and hes asking why I was so comfortable with guns pointed in my face and I say before the world ended I worked for an NGO in Nigeria or something, where [Aaron] was constantly having warlords shouting guns in his face, so he was used to violence and all this terror before the world ended.

"I think it would be really nice to do a miniseries of all our series regulars to see where they were just before the apocalypse," says the author. I think it would be a good idea to go.

Josh Hamilton (Lance Hornsby)

"Yeah, I agree with Ross, that right before and during is the most interesting to see how everyone reacts to it. When people pick people up years into it, humans have an amazing capacity to adapt to almost anything but to see them make that shift is interesting. One of my favorite episodes is with Negan and his wife dealing with that in the beginning. So yeah, that is what I would like to see.

Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel)

"Im not sure how interesting a story about Father Gabriel in his church would be before the church fell. It seems like a lot of the character development happened following that event for Father Gabriel and I believe he is a much more multifaceted character as the show continues. I''m not sure how much of that I''d be able to bring forth before the world fell. Unless he secretly has a body hidden in the basement."

Michael James Shaw (Mercer)

"Ive always wondered how Mercer and Max made it to the Commonwealth and how many times they went through to earn living there. I think it would be rewarding to see the point of first infection to see what happens with some of these characters and how they get to where they are. Im certain that this is a f-ing war to come to the Commonwealth."

Laila Robins (Pamela Milton)

"I''d like to see my life with my father, referring to Pamelas father, and some of the things I did through to earn his respect and to earn the family legacy." But youd have to make me 30 years younger, but theres always CGI! It would be great to see that, and where she comes from, and why she is the way she is. I''d like to see that backstory.

Okea Eme-Akwari (Elijah)

"Id like to see a bit more of Elijahs'' home life and where he got his training from, the origins of his mask, and how he got so adept with his weapons. I think that might be an interesting topic to look into."

Eleanor Matsuura (Yumiko)

"Origin stories are always the best, aren''t they? It''s great to know Angela from where she was from, the United Kingdom, so I''d love to hear that story of how they got from Europe and ended up in Virginia. I think there''s so much to tell there, especially now that they have found her brother in the Commonwealth.

"Its hinted at, and Im not sure how much it had been made to its fullest in this season, but the backstory we wanted to share with Tomi is that he has a lot of addiction problems, as well as my relationship with Magna, who I met while in jail, and I was her lawyer. I think there''s so much to be told. It''s wonderful to dive into this realm.

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