Walking DIAD is only one episode in the second half of season ten, but fans are already seeing huge changes in the dynamics between the survivors and the whisper: Has the relationship between Daryl Dixon and Carol been forever broken?
After several years on the air, the show based on post-apocalyptic comics has remained one of the public’s favorites, because when overcoming low ratings and exits of main actors, it still maintains a large number of fans.
Now, one of the protagonists has delved into the reason he attributes to such a phenomenon. For him, the main issue that has influenced the success of The Walking Dead is change.
Speaking with Sway in the Morning, Norman Reedus, interpreter of Daryl Dixon (who holds the title of being the character that has appeared the longest in the series), mentioned that from his point of view, adapting to evolution is necessary if He wants to survive in the middle.
This was what he said: «Writers are very good at introducing new characters, new plots and keeping everything moving. People have seen my beard go grey.
They have seen the character move from someone who would be able to kill and betray someone to whom they identify. Besides, when he says something he really thinks about it. So I guess you grow up with the characters. Like a virus, I think we have to adapt to our surroundings.
I think what is great about the program is that it never gets stuck. It is always changing and moving The series will continue to evolve, because in its next season the group of survivors will run into the Commonwealth, a group that was featured in the last comic strip of the saga.
What do you think about the success of The Walking Dead is due to? Is it the change, or mere foolishness of the AMC study to keep it active?