‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5: More Romance in New Laughter and Action-Packed Season

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By Tarun Mazumdar | April 22, 2014 1:29 PM EST

Recently, TV showrunner Scott Gimple shared on "Larry King Now" that "The Walking Dead" could last 27 years.Scott also revealed that "The Walking Dead" Season 5 will showcase more romance, action and laughter.

Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) and Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) are the main couple in "The Walking Dead," after Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) lost Lori Grimes. However, things for 'Gleggie' were not smooth as they got separated after the prison war in Season 4, Episode 8. Now, they are together in the train car in Terminus along with other survivors. They are not safe but, yes, they are together.

Will fans get to see a new couple apart from Glenn and Maggie in "The Walking Dead" Season 5?

In the show, "Larry King Now," a fan tweeted if viewers can expect a new couple in the upcoming season.

"You know what, I'm going to say yes," said Scott Gimple.

He is known for not revealing details about the upcoming episodes, but this tease is certainly hopeful.

Who will be in love in "The Walking Dead" Season 5?

Earlier in the show, Scott mentioned that Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is likely to find love in the new season. Also, Bob Stookey (Larry Gilliard Jr.) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) kissed at the end of Season 4.

Apart from new romance and horror, the new season will also bring in the element of humour.

Larry asked Scott if there would be any laughs for fans.

"Yes, absolutely. I want to represent the whole of human experience. I don't want to show just horror and misery, because if you just do that, it doesn't mean anything. You need the light. You need humanity. You need love. You need friendship. Because those are the things that you're trying to maintain amidst these horrors, and when you win, that makes the victories that much more sweet, but when you lose, it makes things that much more dark."

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 airs this October 2014 on AMC.

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