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'The Walking Dead' Cast Covers 'EW,' Reveal Feelings About Season Finale

'The Walking Dead' Cast Covers 'EW,' Reveal Feelings About Season Finale

Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, and Lauren Cohan take the cover of EW‘s The Walking Dead collectible covers.

Here’s what the actors had to share about the show, which returns this Sunday (February 14):

Andrew, on when he read the script for the finale: “I felt sick to my stomach when I read the script. It was the first day in the whole six years of working on The Walking Dead that I was late for work because I woke up in the middle of the night and I couldn’t get back to sleep. I was so angry and frustrated and I felt sick. And that was just after reading it.”

Lauren, on filming last season’s finale: “[Hearing] the word ‘finale’ gives me a physical reaction because it’s the hardest day on set that I’ve ever had in my life. I never even imagined that as an actor you could have that experience. It’s one of the most raw experiences that I think any of us have ever had. Andy talks about being late to work; I didn’t want to go to work that day. It took a really, really long time for everybody to feel okay again after the finale, let’s put it that way.”

For more from The Walking Dead, visit EW.com.

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