She went on to say, "We're hoping we go back. It's just trying to live in the unknown ... ing, the unknowing, yeah."
Cohan has vaguely hinted around at the possibility or a spinoff miniseries or series of films as her former co-star Andrew Lincoln is getting. Like his Rick Grimes character, Maggie was never killed off on the show. Instead, Maggie left Hilltop of her own accord, alive and well.
"Walking Dead" showrunner Angela Kang has said she intentionally left the door open for Cohan to return should she choose to do so. Cohan is currently starring on ABC's "Whiskey Cavalier," which is doing well in the ratings.
A swift cancellation may have opened the door for a quick return, but it looks like AMC might have to get more creative than that.
But as beloved as Maggie is to "Walking Dead" fans and as recognizable as Cohan has become, she hilariously shared that she has a had a series of fan encounters who simply refuse to believe she is Lauren Cohan, though they think she does look a lot like her.
Well we should hope so!
Check out those hilarious stories in the video above and watch Lauren Cohan on "Whiskey Cavalier," Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. Meanwhile, "The Walking Dead" continues in her absence, Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.