'The Walking Dead' Season 3: Star Norman Reedus Teases Bloodshed, Massacre And New Arrivals (VIDEO)
There are only three episodes left in Season 2 of "The Walking Dead" (Sundays, 9 p.m. EST on AMC), but there's a lot to fit in before we say goodbye to our zombie apocalypse survivors until Season 3.
Several character deaths have been teased, and things have really heated up the past few episodes. Star Norman Reedus -- a.k.a. tough-as-nails survivor Daryl Dixon -- assured HuffPost TV that these final episodes of Season 2 are seriously action-packed. "The next three episodes, it's all fireworks ... from here on out, it's just all bloodshed and massacres and it's nuts."
But don't expect Daryl to go anywhere: Reedus admitted that he's already been in talks with producers about where things are headed in Season 3, so it sounds like he's sticking around for a while longer. "I sort of know where we're headed in Season 3, and it's going to be amazing. It's going to blow people away. So stay tuned ... Season 3 is going to kick a lot of butt."
There are a lot of question marks, but what's up with Daryl wielding a gun this week? Who would he leave behind if he was in charge of the group? And what would his plan of action be? Reedus knows and he also teased the arrival of two new characters: The Governor, a role that was recently cast for Season 3 ("He's an awesome actor," Reedus said of David Morrissey), and Michonne, the ass-kicking female that fans of the comic book series have been waiting to see onscreen.
"It's such a badass character, that one, and it's sexy on top of it. And dark and just mysterious." So who would Reedus cast in the role? Producers, please watch the interview and take note -- his suggestion is pretty genius.
"The Walking Dead" airs Sundays, 9 p.m. EST on AMC.