On Monday, February 3 Wetpaint Entertainment posted spoilers from an interview with Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on the popular AMC "The Walking Dead," and addresses everything from his possible death to his standalone episode in the second half of the fourth season.
The second half of the fourth season of the series will feature the individual characters more then specific events, and at least one episode will focus on Daryl. More backstory will be given to the character possibly in flashback sequences. Viewers of the show already know about Daryl's brother Merle and their lonely upbringing. Daryl is one of the most popular characters on the series, and fans are eager to learn more about him.
There will also be character deaths in the second half and Reedus wouldn't say if he was one of them. However, last summer executive producer and comic book creator Robert Kirkman teased that no one is safe from the death on the show, not even Daryl. Reedus thinks that fans "should be worried about all the characters all the time" since not everyone will make it out alive.
Fans have threatened to riot and boycott the series if Daryl is killed off. Another possibility it that if Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is killed Daryl can take over as the leader since he's been Rick's right hand and briefly was in charge right before the prison attack.
"The Walking Dead" season four will return with it's ninth episode "After" on Sunday, February 9 at 9 p.m. on AMC. Reedus said "It's about to get much crazier," in reference to the final eight episodes of the season as new characters, new locations and new villains are introduced.
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