Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon on the hit TV series The Walking Dead,” wants his character to die in a poetic fashion. In a recent interview, the actor has unveiled how he wants Daryl Dixon to die. Warning: This article contains spoilers. Read if you wish to know more.

Daryl Dixon’s death

“If Daryl dies, we riot.” This popular line has become a major meme and can be seen on T-shirts, mugs, and posters. It clearly shows how fans are emotionally connected to this character from “The Walking Dead.” So far, Daryl is alive, but eventually, he will die.

Norman Reedus sat down with CNet for an interview and revealed Daryl’s death scene. He said that the viewers would see a sunset and he would walk up over the hill. Later, a wolf puppy would come out of the woods and follow him. And that is a poetic way to pass on. It has to be seen if the show creators would showcase Daryl's death like how Reedus has described.

Reedus teases the new season

During the Reedus talked about “The Walking Dead” Season 8 episodes. He mentioned that it feels like the original series again. He shared that he did not love season 7 as he didn’t meet anyone and was crying all the time. The actor added that he was eating dog food and was lying naked. Reedus did not enjoy the process.

Now, the new season feels like the real zombie series.

When asked why people like his character, he said that Daryl wears “his heart on his sleeve.” Daryl is someone who will never trick others, and people vouch for his honesty. Watch the trailer for Season 8 of the series below.

Michael Cudlitz on Abraham’s death

In other “The Walking Dead” news, Michael Cudlitz spoke about Abraham’s violent death and the shoot sequence.

He said that shooting the death was “awesome” because when a character dies, not everyone is present on the set to watch the sequence. “With this, we had the majority of the main cast on set the day that we left and to be in that semi circle, the joy of that was in the periphery of getting to see everyone. It was really wonderful being able to see their wonderful work while they were saying goodbye to these characters that not only the audience love but that those in this world love too,” Cudlitz said.

He also said that death is an inevitable part of the show and they knew how important it was for the story to move forward. He called the entire death sequence a "cool experience." “The Walking Dead” Season 8, episode 1 is set to premiere on Sunday, Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. EST on AMC.