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TWD’s Norman Reedus Teases Possible Spinoff Cameos, Including Carol

Of course it makes sense that Reedus would try to tamp down the fire over McBride’s departure by hinting that Carol could still show up for at least a token appearance on the now-Daryl-centered spinoff show. But despite his efforts, there is still an overall sense that things are somewhat shaky in The Walking Dead universe, after Angela Kang herself exited the spinoff as showrunner to be replaced by David Zabel. The spin has been that it was McBride’s decision to leave the show due to her need for a vacation, but the showrunner situation only adds fuel to speculation that McBride was in fact dumped from spinoff plans in favor of a more Daryl-focused show.

Of course the other big takeaway from Reedus’ new remarks is that there may be plans for multiple Walking Dead character appearances on the Daryl spinoff. Obviously the reunion fans truly want is one between Daryl and Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes. However, it’s widely assumed that Rick is in the hands of the CRM, and Daryl’s spinoff would seem to steer him away from joining that long-suspended storyline as the show is sending him on a mission to Europe. Of course it’s always possible that Rick has somehow ended up in Europe as well, as no one knows where he landed after being taken away by helicopter in TWD season 9 (those promised Rick Grimes movies presumably would clear up all this Rick mystery, but no one knows where they are either). Ultimately, The Walking Dead loves nothing more than a stirring reunion, so it would be no shock at all to see Daryl have some surprise encounters with unexpected characters even as he leaves the North American continent behind.

Source: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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TWD’s Norman Reedus Teases Possible Spinoff Cameos, Including Carol

Of course it makes sense that Reedus would try to tamp down the fire over McBride’s departure by hinting that Carol could still show up for at least a token appearance on the now-Daryl-centered spinoff show. But despite his efforts, there is still an overall sense that things are somewhat shaky in The Walking Dead universe, after Angela Kang herself exited the spinoff as showrunner to be replaced by David Zabel. The spin has been that it was McBride’s decision to leave the show due to her need for a vacation, but the showrunner situation only adds fuel to speculation that McBride was in fact dumped from spinoff plans in favor of a more Daryl-focused show.
Of course the other big takeaway from Reedus’ new remarks is that there may be plans for multiple Walking Dead character appearances on the Daryl spinoff. Obviously the reunion fans truly want is one between Daryl and Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes. However, it’s widely assumed that Rick is in the hands of the CRM, and Daryl’s spinoff would seem to steer him away from joining that long-suspended storyline as the show is sending him on a mission to Europe. Of course it’s always possible that Rick has somehow ended up in Europe as well, as no one knows where he landed after being taken away by helicopter in TWD season 9 (those promised Rick Grimes movies presumably would clear up all this Rick mystery, but no one knows where they are either). Ultimately, The Walking Dead loves nothing more than a stirring reunion, so it would be no shock at all to see Daryl have some surprise encounters with unexpected characters even as he leaves the North American continent behind.
Source: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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