The Resolution to "Walking Dead's" Season 6 Cliffhanger is 'Worth the Wait,' Says Reedus

Many fans are still talking about "The Walking Dead's" Season 6 cliffhanger, and star Norman Reedus thinks that's a good thing. During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he discussed why he considers that a compliment and how he believes fans will react when the show returns for its seventh season this fall.

As to the Season 7 premiere, he said, "I think probably the planet is going to explode. That's my feeling. It's so good. Every time we go on a promotional tour talking about what's going to come, we all say, 'Oh my God, it's amazing. I can't wait for you to see it.' But it continually surprises me how this show grows and is put together and the execution of it -- no pun intended. It blows my mind. It just continually reaches a new plateau every single time, and this is the highest plateau we've ever been. So just wait. It's worth the wait, trust me."

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Additionally, he has no plans of spoiling the surprise for anyone. "I don't like spoilers, to be honest, I don't want people to tell me the ending to the movie when we sit down in a movie theater. I don't like them, so I don't do them," he explained. "I like the enthusiasm behind everyone wanting to know, but it's a good feeling to have that enthusiasm, so let's hold onto it."

"I've been making art for a long time and you want people to talk," he added. "Sometimes you make something just to get people to talk. The fact that people are still talking is a huge compliment to how that episode was executed and the acting in it and the writing of it. That's a good thing. Talk, sometimes its good. I know we all have phones and everything is instant gratification now. I get it. I like that too. I like the controversy, to be honest. For that many people to be that invested in that show and freaking out, I think it's great."

"The Walking Dead" will return to AMC for its seventh season this October.

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