Though the television adaptation of "The Walking Dead" is not an exact copy of the comic books, many fans still speculate that Maggie (Lauren Cohan) will give birth to a child with her partner Glenn (Steven Yeun) in the upcoming fifth season of the hit AMC post-apocalyptic drama show.

In the comics, Maggie was pregnant before Glenn died. The speculation of Cohan's character giving birth next season was further fueled by previous reports that one of the new locations for next season is a hospital and that the show was reportedly in need of an old sonogram machine, Christian Today reported.

Lauren Cohan, along with her co-stars David Morrissey, Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker and Danai Gurira, was part of the panel at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto this past weekend, and this was where she addressed several rumors pointing to her supposed pregnancy in the show, according to Inside Pulse.

"There are a lot of people who read the comics and you can appreciate that the show does divert from the comics," said the 32-year-old actress, referring to Maggie's pregnancy rumors. "There is a lot in store for all of us. I think this season features more monumental change for all of us on this stage."

Maggie and Glenn spent most of the second half of the show's last season trying to find each other. But just when they found each other, they got captured at Terminus.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the onscreen tandem was asked, "Are Glenn and Maggie better off being safe but separate, or trapped together?"

"I think that really Maggie and Glenn are better together," answered Cohan. "Even if it's the most perilous situation you know that they'll find a way out of it - or at least you hope that they'll find a way out of it. They spent a lot of time trying to find each last year - it's like, no more!"

Yeun, 30, agreed with his co-star, saying, "I think the preference is to be together regardless of whether the circumstances are difficult. At the least, you're with the person that matters the most to you in this world."

 At this point, what your world has become - that is your world. Your world is who you're with. The world is the people that you love. If it's not with them, then what's the point of continuing on?" the Korean American actor explained.

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 premieres on Oct. 12, 9 p.m. on AMC.