Norman Reedus' Proposed Ending For The Walking Dead Is Grim
Walkers have ravaged the screens of fans for over a decade now, but now, the Walking Dead is finally coming to a close. Well, kinda.
On Nov. 20, the original series of The Walking Dead will air its season finale. The episode, the 24th installment in season 11, will ultimately conclude the storyline that started with Rick Grimes waking up in a hospital in Atlanta. After numerous twists and surprise deaths, the finale of The Walking Dead has a lot to conclude. In a recent feature for Entertainment Weekly, the cast of the show explained how they would want to see their characters treated in the final episode.
Norman Reedus, who plays everyone's favorite crossbow-wielding badass Daryl Dixon, has a dark idea for his conclusion. What would he like to see? "Everybody dies."
Most of the rest of the cast doesn't share Reedus' dark ideas, though. For example, Cailey Fleming thinks that a lovely alternate ending for Judith would be a bit more magical. "I think that it would've been awesome to see her riding off into the sunset on a unicorn," she said.
Some of the long-standing cast members had competing ideas about their character's fake futures. Jeffrey Dean Morgan would want to see Negan profess his love to Maggie, leaving Annie behind. Meanwhile, Lauren Cohan thinks that Maggie would rather just go to Paris and eat croissants in a café all day.
One of the weirdest fake outcomes comes from Melissa McBride. She would find it fun to see Carol float off in a hot air balloon, out of sight and fate unknown.
The final episode of the Walking Dead will air Nov. 20 on AMC. While the original series will come to a close, the franchise still has a bevy of spinoffs slated for production.
Carson Burton is a freelance news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter at @carsonsburton.
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