Norman Reedus On The Walking Dead Finale – “Everybody Dies”

If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead, and have stuck with the series through thick and thin, the above quote from Norman Reedus is probably not one many fans will take pleasure in hearing. In an interview with EW (per Comic Book), Reedus teased the upcoming series finale (less than two weeks to go).

To put his comments into context, Reedus is teasing the fans since we know Daryl Dixon will return for the Paris spin-off, while Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be heading off on a New York adventure. So some of the cast will survive (fingers crossed). Reedus said the finale would contain “certain moments that are super sad. And then there are certain moments that are like, ‘F— yeah, that’s the group!’ There will be people yelling ‘Come on!’ There will be lots of that sort of screaming at the television kind of stuff.”

Speaking about the “big” final eight episodes, the 53-year-old actor said there was “a lot of adrenaline. There’s a lot of emotion. There’s a lot of fear. There are all of the things that you would want in a finale, for sure. There’s a lot happening. Some of the groups show some real bravery that you don’t see coming, which is great. And they’re big sets — big badass movie sets. And then everybody dies. NO, KIDDING!”

Seasons 1-10 and all episodes of Season 11 of The Walking Dead are available to stream on Disney+. What do you think of the eleventh season of The Walking Dead as the series approaches its inevitable conclusion? Feel free to give us your thoughts in the comment section below. For more The Walking Dead content, check out last week’s review of “Faith.”

Matt Bailey

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