The Walking Dead Season 8: Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick) will be well represented!

Cinema 23 November, 2016

7 The Walking Dead season continues but new for next season have already fallen and from what we know, Daryl and Rick will not die any time soon!

the-walking-dead-saison-7-rick-grimes-darylA few days before the broadcast of a new episode 7 of The Walking Dead season and after being raised as to whether the death of Carl was teasée in episode 5, it is now the next season that interest. in fact some new players in the series, especially Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), suggest that the two characters should survive Negan and season 7 . D According to the Hollywood Reporter , the two actors have recently renegotiated their contracts for the series to win $ 550,000 for season 7 and $ 650,000 for season 8. that means they will both be present in the next season and therefore, a priori, their characters should survive the big bad who entered at the end of season 6, the famous Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). This news is reassuring because, being given the status of Daryl, this is not reason to worry about him missing.
The biker has indeed been hijacked by Negan and Saviors and taken to their base, the Sanctuary. Since it does not exist in the comics by Robert Kirkman which inspired the series, his fate is thank you to the writers and he could die at any time despite the huge fan base that has gathered around him the seasons . Even if we imagine that the plot was not going to finish the Sanctuary, there is still reassuring to know that Norman Reedus has already negotiated his contract for the eighth season, although obviously, things can still change before then. The question is what awaits Daryl afterwards and when he can join his friends in Alexandria. With the imminent arrival of Carl and Jesus in the Sanctuary, things could quickly accelerate and we can not wait to see what will happen in future episodes. Meanwhile far, after the hearings down season 7 of The Walking Dead, we wondered if the series should be detached from the comics . So happy?