"The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus hasn't had much to do this season. Aside from the Daryl-centric episode "Always Accountable," the show has focused on the rest of the group's struggles inside Alexandria. However, during an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Reedus revealed Daryl Dixon will have "more to do" when the show returns to finish out season six .
"Yeah, we'll definitely have a steadier dose [of Daryl]," he explained. "I look at what they're doing, and I look at the storylines, and they all completely make sense to me."
"It feels like the band split up a little bit. It's strange. I love working with those guys, but I had a lot of time off the first half, and what I did do was spread out. My storyline sort of took me away from Alexandria while Alexandria was being attacked, so it makes sense. But yeah, I'm definitely excited for people to see the second half," he shared. "I definitely have more to do."
"I do trust Scott [Gimple]'s vision, where he's going, and I think he's a great storyteller," he said. "So I'm backing him and everything that he's doing. I like watching the other actors work, but yeah, it's a little hard. I would call people up and be like, 'Hey, how did it go today?' So it's a little difficult, but it's definitely a different drive in the second half."