Norman Reedus feels our pain. He knows that fans of
are going through hell having to endure a whole summer wondering what happens in the Season 7 premiere. But, if it helps at all, “I will definitely 100-percent say that it’s well worth the wait,” Daryl’s portrayer tells TVLine. “It’s large. It’s mind-blowing.”
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What’s more, once we’ve begun to come out of mourning for the unfortunate character who ended Season 6 on the wrong end of Negan’s barbed-wire-covered baseball bat, we’ll discover that it isn’t just the AMC hit’s body count that has changed. “It’s a completely brand-new world right now,” teases the actor. “It’s very exciting. And it’s emotional. And then it’s overwhelming
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Just don’t ask the fan favorite (who’s headlining AMC’s six-part reality series,
beginning Sunday, June 12) to reveal the identity of Negan’s victim. Not because the show’s producers would have his head — although they probably would — but because it would hurt to discuss it. “We’re a very tight-knit group down there [on location in Georgia], and we take it very personally, because we’re in it and living it,” he explains. “Every time you see us crying on camera, those are real tears. It’s a whole day of living that s–t.
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“And when personal things happen to you, you don’t wander around telling everybody your personal stuff,” he continues. “So for us, it doesn’t feel like just a spoiler, it feels like a moment that really happened. And if there’s a death involved, it’s kinda weird to talk about it. It’s like going to our friend’s funeral or going possibly to our
funeral! It’s not like, ‘Hey, how are you? Want a selfie? Let me tell you about the funeral I was just at… ’”
So, did Reedus manage to make you feel any better? Or will you still be on pins and needles until fall?
So this makes it pretty clear that Daryl isn’t the one who Negan killed. I still think it’s either Glenn or Abraham.
Everyone who teases a new season of TWD (and works on the show) love speaking with hyperboles, especially Norman and Andrew. My guess is that Negan kills more than one person in the line-up since it would be unexpected and deviates from the (SPOILER) single kill in the comics. We can start crossing off survivors when the Comic Con trailer comes out next month and probably deduce the identity before the season premieres anyway.
The actors hype and tease new episodes as mindblowing and fantastic every single year and it’s the same disappointing bore fest every time.
I was just coming to say this. There’s nothing mind blowing about what’s going to happen in the premiere.
And yet you keep watching, hoping for something different, even though history(from your perspective) has consistently proven otherwise.
I love Norman but he says this every season and always, without meaning to, says to much.
I no longer believe a word that comes out of the mouths of any member of that cast when it comes to what’s going to happen (or not).
And waitaminnit here – I thought nobody in the cast knew who the unlucky victim was! Wasn’t that the latest story?
They’ve been filming for about a month. They all know now.
Ah didn’t know that. Thanks. Still don’t believe a one of ’em.
In this internet world, they will never be able to keep it a secret, but for all trailers….Comicon and the like, I’d just use footage of last year and graphics. No footage of the future episodes if it shows any of the possiblities. Can’t imagine them doing it that way, but it would be cool to keep it a complete secret
I was curious who died for about a week. Now, I am just looking forward to the season starting up again. No real emotions either way. I think the cliffhanger was wasted and I don’t believe the PR stuff any more.
After her terrible arc on Nashville, I would be very satisfied if they could resurrect Alicia Witt, just so I could see her killed again.
Glenn dies, Rick and Maggie ends up with Rick near the end of the show.
While Daryl is awesome, I don’t believe that the premiere is anything worth watching… Why should I care who dies? It does not matter, it is boring, they should have actually wrote something spectacular in the finale instead of twiddling their thumbs and rewriting the comic, but Hey! they are going to change who died… big deal.
Eh. I’m very suspect about all the hyperbole. Last year, the whole cast was going on and on about how traumatic and mind blowing the finale was and it fell short. Let the audience decide it’s reaction in real-time and stop with all the PR prefacing.
“here’s norman, every TWD-fan loves him! he’ll say nice things about the new season and you will all forget about the stunt we pulled in last years finale.”
I’m ready for the new season to start. Plus if it turns out to be Glenn who dies then it’s not a surprise, but the live action of the beating will be…..if they really going to show it.
It’s too bad it isn’t Daryl. He’s a mess and useless. He should have been the Lucille victim. AMC stop dragging this dead character in this show.
I’m calling it now. The first episode will have a Time Jump. You will not see the character killed.
You will see the camera pan to a grave/marker. If its Glen…you will see Maggie (possibly holding a baby) If its Abraham you will see Sasha and Rosita with Eugene in the distance.
If its Eugene you will see Abraham and Rosita paying their respect. If its Darryl…you will see Rick with Michonne (Since Carol is gone)
Considering all the flack they’ve gotten over the cliffhanger I doubt they’ll go this route.
This site irritates the heck outa me sometimes. This was a response to Jimmy above.
I definitely 100-percent say that it I am done with the TWD.
I think this is one of the worst fan bases a show can have. Yeah it sucked they didn’t show the death. But a few months later and I am over it. I can’t wait until next season. And I thought last season was one of the best since the first few seasons.
Still thinking it will be Glenn (would explain why there was a cliffhanger) or Eugene.
Also, if Norman knowing so much about season 7 most certainly mean he’s not dead in the first minute of the premiere.
OR, producers specifically told the victim of Negan to say good things about S7.
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