‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Spoilers, News & Update: Will Daryl Dixon Die This Season? 3 Reasons It’s a Yes! Plot Details
Every season that "The Walking Dead" Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) gets in trouble, fans always wonder if they will say goodbye to this fan-favorite character. Now that Daryl is currently being held captive by Negan's (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) men, the concern over the fate of the crossbow-wielding hunk intensifies. Will "The Walking Dead" season 7 say goodbye to Daryl?
While it's hard to imagine that Daryl could die in "The Walking Dead" Season 7, and riots would start if he does, there are concerns that his run in the AMC series might end this season. Norman Reedus' character has evolved so much in Season 1. He was once the survivalist who depends on his racist brother Merle and not interested in getting along with other people. Eventually, he found Rick and has formed a bond with him, as well as with Carol (Melissa McBride), and then became an effective leader of the group.
As stated in a report by CheetSheet, Daryl pretty much started from a minor character and transformed into an important one - the next direction he could probably head to in "The Walking Dead" season 7 is death. Nothing is confirmed yet but fans believe that there are three reasons why the beloved character will make his exit in "The Walking Dead" Season 7.
One reason is that Norman Reedus not only stars in "TWD," but he's also doing his own series, "Ride With Norman Reedus." This could be a conflict to his future "TWD" filming schedules and the solution may be to bid goodbye to Daryl. The second reason is that he not only has beef with Negan in "The Walking Dead" Season 7, but also with one of the Saviors, Dwight (Austin Amelio). It would only be a matter of time before Negan loses it and decides to kill Daryl, and when it does, it should be saved for the finale.
Lastly, there was the teaser that Dwight was riding Daryl's motorcycle and wearing his signature angel's wings vest. Dwight can only do those things if Daryl is really dead. It's still early in to "The Walking Dead" Season 7 and there are more episodes to show, so fans should just tune into them to find out if their favorite gets to stay.