The Walking Dead – “We don’t all survive,” Norman Reedus

AMC released a featurette Thursday, ‘A Look at the Final Episodes of Season 6: The Walking Dead.’

The cast and crew of the show talk about what fans can expect from the second half of the season. Norman Reedus is the first cast member to speak and he doesn’t look too happy.

“There’s some large things that happen to us in the back half. We don’t all survive and we don’t all take it very well,” said Reedus.

Andrew Lincoln commented that the introduction of Negan is the part of the comic that he was looking forward to portray on television.

“The Governor was magnificent and David did a beautiful job playing him. But Negan is horrific. He is this incredible tyrant and this very charismatic, funny, brutal beyond words sociopath. I’m interested in the relationship between Negan and Carl and Carl and Rick. There’s a very complicated, extraordinary psychology between those characters. I’m just thrilled that we are getting to a place where it feels very deep, dark, thrilling and dangerous,” said Lincoln to TV Insider.

The Walking Dead returns to AMC on February 14 to start the second half of season six.

Matthew Sardo
Matthew Sardo
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