Fans of "The Walking Dead" are getting more excited for season 5 to premiere. There have been a lot of photos posted online which have created a lot of theories on what is going to happen on the upcoming season. Today, Entertainment Weekly created a stir and worried some viewers when the website posted a picture of Daryl Dixon, played by Norman Reedus.
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The photo shows Daryl bound and gagged. He appears to be beaten up and he is looking up at something or someone. He is probably worried, but the look in his eyes shows more determination than fear. It's obvious that someone has captured him, but who? One theory is that Gareth or someone else from Terminus has him. That is one possibility, but Gareth and the alleged Terminus cannibals probably are not going to be Team Prison's only problem this season.
While Daryl's situation does not look good, chances are that he will find a way out of it. He is one of the most resourceful characters of "The Walking Dead." He is also a fan-favorite, but as viewers know, that doesn't guarantee his safety. Even so, there are many fans that believe that he will survive season 5. Of course, there are others that are worried about whether the recently rumored Death Dinner was for Reedus.
One fan commented on the Facebook page titled The Walking Dead Fanatics that it might not have anything to do with Terminus. The commenter speculated that his situation has more to do with finding Beth. If that turns out to be true, then does Seth Gilliam's character have anything to do with that? "The Walking Dead" season 5 spoilers have previously stated that Gilliam's character will create a lot of conflict. However, the commenter was confident that Dixon would find a way out of his situation.
What do you think happens with Daryl Dixon in season 5 of "The Walking Dead?" Who has captured him and does he find a way out of it? Does this have something to do with Terminus, finding Beth or something else?