Norman Reedus, famous for his character Daryl Dixon in the horror drama television series The Walking Dead, promises a firm amount of Daryl in the second half of season 6.
Since fans of the television series have been asking where Daryl is in the first half of season 6, it has been said by Entertainment Weekly that Daryl Dixon was either Missing In Action or riding around on his motorcycle.
Although in the “Always Accountable” chapter of the TV series, there was a very Daryl-centric part; however, it was a lonely beginning for the character, who barely got to connect with any of the other long-term stars of the The Walking Dead franchise.
According to Undead Walking, Entertainment Weekly stated, “The Walking Dead really got one really big dose of Daryl in the first of the season there in episode 606. Was that hard to be on the sidelines a bit while all that other activity in Alexandria and with Glenn was going on?”
However, the 47-year-old Norman Reedus said that his thoughts are pre-occupied on the semi-sabbatical and the huge comeback of his character in the second half of The Walking Dead season 6.
Norman Reedus said, “Well, I know the story we’re trying to tell up to a certain extent, and there are a lot of characters, and I trust Scott Gimple’s writing, and I trust Gimple’s vision for where the installment is going. Yeah, it’s a little hard to sit on the sidelines.” Reedus added that, “days I didn’t work, I’d go to the set and just watch other people work, but it’s definitely difficult for the reason that I miss everybody and I love doing that job, so that makes it a little hard.”
The Walking Dead season 6 returns to AMC on February 14.