Norman Reedus Says Walking Dead Midseason Finale Made Him Cry For An Hour


The midseason finale of The Walking Dead is shaping up to be as tragic as it is intense, which was confirmed by Norman Reedus saying the episode made him cry for an hour.

We are just weeks away from the midseason finale episode of The Walking Dead, which means that time is running out for certain characters on the show. A major death seems to be looming in the near future for someone on The Walking Dead, and that notion was confirmed by Norman Reedus this week.

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Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead, noted in an interview with TV Guide that he cried for an hour after filming the midseason finale episode earlier this year.

"“I sat on an apple box with my head between my legs and just balled for an hour. I really wanted to not tear up during the scene, I wanted to be like I wasted every tear in my body before we started shooting so I just sat there and cried and cried and cried. He’s one of those characters where they keep dangling a carrot in front of him and he keeps reaching for it but the carrot falls in the mud right before he’s about to get it”"

The quote came from the most recent issue of TV Guide, which gives details on the epic and tragic midseason finale this year.

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This only further confirms the idea that Beth is going to be the one who meets her end in the midseason finale, but that’s still not confirmed. It could be anyone on the show, and Daryl’s fragile emotional state of rebuilding that he’s in should only further make whatever happens in the episode seem way more intense to him.

You can catch whatever made Daryl Dixon cry when the midseason finale of The Walking Dead premieres on November 30th.

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