‘Walking Dead’ fans are so excited for the season six premiere but don’t expect Daryl Dixon to be falling in love. In a brand new interview with ‘Details’ magazine, Norman Reedus drops a major bombshell about his character.
Everyone loves Daryl Dixon [Norman Reedus] on The Walking Dead but don’t expect to see this bad boy fall for anyone this season. Norman, 46, tells Details that he’s “the last in line for love.” Ugh, we really had our hopes up but perhaps things will change throughout the course of this highly anticipated season.
We were captivated during the season 4 finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ on March 30. We spoke to cast member Josh McDermitt, who plays scientist Eugene Porter, who spilled on what to expect at Terminus and who might die in season 5!
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen the season 4 finale of The Walking Dead, do yourself a favor and stop reading now. If you have, we bet you can’t wait for the show to come back. Josh McDermitt, who plays the scientist traveling to Washington D.C. to save the world, sheds some light on what to expect next in an EXCLUSIVE interview below.
‘The Walking Dead’ delivered its deadliest, most explosive midseason finale yet Dec. 1, killing several main characters. The most beloved of those characters revealed everything in a tell-all interview, so don’t read on if you don’t want to know who died on ‘Walking Dead.’
During the Dec. 1 episode of The Walking Dead, a fan-favorite character was killed off in a very gruesome fashion. Read on to find out what the actor had to say about the episode, “Too Far Gone!”
It was a year late, but the Dec. 1 midseason finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ finally delivered the epic, bloody battle the show had been promising since the introduction of The Governor in 2012. Thankfully, the mayhem in ‘Too Far Gone’ paid off, and set the stage for a much better show in 2014. Don’t read on if you don’t want to find out who died on ‘Walking Dead’!
The Walking Dead fans felt cheated when the Season 3 finale failed to deliver the big battle between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and The Governor (David Morrissey) that everyone had been expecting. The Dec. 1 midseason finale of the show finally gave us that battle, and to say it will drastically change the course of the series is an understatement. With a gaggle of main characters dead and Rick separated from the rest of his gang, 2014 is looking to be The Walking Dead‘s bloodiest year yet.