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There’s still action, but it feels like we’re jumping off into another depth.

The show started off, and there was a hyperventilating energy to it.

All of these shops you can plunder in the zombie apocalypse but nobody gets decent clothes. It’s a very strange, schizophrenic kind of life I lead.

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They wanted behind-the-scenes footage of the show, which I can’t do.

It’s about the stories of these characters in this zombie world. We’re on the inside reading scripts, going, “Holy s–t, did you read that?