My gosh, that's an impossible question, Fleming told Insider. I would want it to be something not with zombies. Maybe, 10 years in the future, there's no zombies left. Judith works at an ice cream shop and she scoops chocolate and vanilla for unicorns.Fleming's answer was interesting since the original ending would've flashed forward ahead to show Judith in her 20s.I would love a prequel story. I would love to see where Maggie's been in the years where she was away and when she found us in Meridian, Eme-Ankwari said adding that he'd maybe call it Warriors of Meridian.Maggie's currently getting a spin-off series with Negan, Dead City, but that's believed to be a sequel to the series.James, who played Morgan on the flagship series until heading over to Fear the Walking Dead, instantly knew what sort of spin-off we need to see.It's 'Walking Dead: The Musical,' James said adding that the dead will be providing the music.You know that they've advanced now so they can turn doorknobs and they can grab things and pick up rocks and break windows. Now, they can burst into song, he continued. So when you get bitten and you turn into a walker, then you burst into song at every given opportunity.TWD chief Scott M. Gimple has been talking about doing some sort of musical episode over the years. In fact, they almost did one on Tales of the Walking Dead, but the idea got shelved. Since James brought up variant walkers, which were recently introduced on TWD, we asked him when we can expect to see them on Fear.I don't know, James said, adding, It's bound to happen though, isn't it?I really think they can utilize some cooking shows on there. How to survive in different areas. 'Hunting with Norman,' Andrews said with a laugh.'Baking With the Kingdom' or 'Kingdom Cobblers' I think would be nice, Andrews suggested as an alternative. It's like 'The Great British Bake Off except the person that loses has to fight a horde by themselves.I would probably go with the Ferals, Ridloff, who played Connie, said of the antagonists she faced on the show's excellent sixth episode from season 11. The Ferals themselves would make an interesting spin-off because they're more deadly than the walkers.When we asked Ridloff if there was anything else she would've loved to see on the show, she mentioned Kevin Caroll's character, Virgil, who went missing on the show's final season.I would love to see a little bit more of what happened with Virgil,' Ridloff said. I really wish that we could have seen a little bit more of that continuation. What happened with the Ferals?When we said Virgil's disappearance was one of our biggest lingering questions about the show and asked Ridloff if he just flew the coop, she suggested he was probably with Rick somewhere.Since joining the series, Lázaro has been hoping for her character, Princess, to share a scene with the equally chatty Negan, but it never came to pass.Don't get me started, Lázaro said when we asked her why Negan and Princess never got to share the screen together. We're friends in life, so we always wanted to have that. Who knows? Maybe in the future, maybe in one of the spin-offs, I'll pop in and have a long-ass scene with him.So when we asked Lázaro what kind of spin-off she would like to see in the TWD universe, she said, I think it would be 'Princess and Negan Fuck Up the World.'This wouldn't be a solo Negan and Princess adventure. Lázaro assured us Princess' boyfriend, Mercer (Michael James Shaw), would be there, too, saying, He's my man.In an alternate world, it would be being pizza-delivery boys with Glenn and just what our lives have been like working through the pizza grind, Rapp-Olsson, who played Sebastian Milton on the final season, told us of him and fan-favorite Glenn who was killed off on season seven.He continued: We finally make it into the apocalypse together, realizing all of our skill sets as biking around the city streets are really coming in handy. I think it would just be about us being little scrappy kids, saving themselves from zombies.When we told Rapp-Olsson we thought he was going to suggest a Milton prequel series, about the former leaders of the Commonwealth, he ran with that idea.'Keeping Up With the Miltons.' 'Saturdays With Sebastian,' Rapp-Olsson joked before sharing his hopes that he could somehow share a scene with Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes down the line.I'm still holding out for anything with Rick and whatever's going on with his world, he said, adding, I would still love to, even if their two characters just crossed paths for a second because, you never know if something happened before we knew Sebastian in the Commonwealth.My spin-off would probably be a reverse perspective of all of the bad guys who have come onto 'The Walking Dead,' and seeing it from their point of view, Gilliam, who played Father Gabriel since season five, told Insider.What's Negan's response to coming in and finding all of his Saviors dead in that outpost in a war that he didn't start? Gilliam said of Rick's group viciously murdering some of Negan's people in their sleep on season six, which ultimately led to Glenn and Abraham's deaths and then a massive all-out war.Rick essentially started the war, Gilliam said. Though Negan was out terrorizing the countryside and taking over land and approaching coming towards them. Rick really fired the first shot. So I'd like to go back from every villain's point of view and see what that would be like, have a commentary on heroes and villains.When we suggested, The Walking Dead: Villains as a title, Gilliam excitedly agreed.Yes, 'The Walking Dead: B Side.'In our previous conversations with Gilliam and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, we've learned that Father Gabriel considers himself one of Negan's few pals, regardless of whether or not Negan realizes that.Seth and Father Gabriel are Negan's real only fans, Morgan told us in February.Yumiko moves somewhere really nice, let's say Hawaii, and she decides to open a drag bar and she invites different drag acts to play each week and it's gonna be called The Working Dead, Matsuura said of her character.You get that for free. That's my idea. Call me guys from the network. Pick that up.I feel like it would be based on location, Serratos, who has played Rosita on TWD since season four, told Insider, taking into consideration how Norman Reedus' spin-off is taking place in France and Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan's is in New York.I would want to go to Mexico City. Why not? Try to find some family, Serratos said.The Mercers, Bingham said without missing a beat.Bingham played Max Mercer, the sister of the Commonwealth army leader, Mike. The actor said she'd be down to reprise her role as Max, saying, I would love to continue working. So if that is the job, then I would be very lucky.There's more to explore with Max's character since she only physically appeared on the final season. I would've loved to have killed a little bit more, Bingham said. I was begging for them to give me a machete at one point. That would've been really dope.Max and Mercer both survive TWD and wind up with their own happy endings. There's definitely room to see them return to the universe in some way.I dunno what it'll be called, but if we're gonna do another one, then we might as well just properly jump the shark and there should be aliens, McAuliffe, who played Alden said. There should be all sorts of things.We mentioned that TWD comic did introduce aliens, although in a non-canon universe featuring Rick Grimes. (There's also a novel called The Walking Dead: Alien, but that's about Rick Grimes' brother in Spain.)McAuliffe also had another idea even though his character was killed off on the final season.Alden is obviously is no longer with it, but if we could somehow skirt that very obvious conclusion to his story, we could do an Alden spin-off. I don't know what it'd be about, he said. Maybe it'd just be a blacksmithing kind of thing.When we suggested The Walking Dead: What If, McAuliffe said he enjoyed Marvel's What If series, which looks at alternate versions of popular stories in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.I'd watch a 'Walking Dead: What If,' McAuliffe said, adding that he wouldn't need to be involved. I'm happy with where I went though. So I don't need to be a part of it.