Published On: Thu, Feb 6th, 2014

Norman Reedus previews the second half of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4

The biggest show in TV returns later this month with the second half of The Walking Dead.

The-Walking-Dead-Daryl-590x413Star Norman Reedus talks about what fans can expect in a Feb. 4 interview with EW.

“Everything is gone. Everyone is on the run. Daryl had found an identity with these people and was starting to feel good about himself in a lot of ways but everything has just come crashing to a halt. He assumes everyone is dead. He’s got to start over. Everyone is in a really bad place right now,” Reedus begins.

The Boondock Saints star then pumps up the final eight episodes of season four.

“I will say that the back eight are in my opinion are our best eight episodes yet. The storylines, the acting, and the directing, and the writing are top of our food chain. I’m so excited for people to see these episodes. You get an understanding of why certain characters are who they are, why they fight for what they fight for, or why they don’t fight. You really get an in-depth look at characters like you’ve never seen before.”

Reedus reflected on the loss of Herschel and how the cast responded.

“The whole crew wore suspenders that day in his honor. It was a sight to see. I’m really good friends with Scott (Wilson). He just stayed with me a couple days, here in my apartment. I took him to the Lou Reed memorial. He’s such a good actor. He has such good work behind him. He’s 100% quality and a stand-up guy. That one in particular was really hard for me and for all of us. Losing a character that is that important is a big deal. It’s a big gamble to take. He’s definitely going to be missed.”

Check out the full interview HERE

The Walking Dead heads back to AMC on February 9.

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