'The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus assures fans that there will be a 'satisfying' finale

As season 8's roller coaster of a ride comes to a close for AMC's "The Walking Dead," Norman Reedus promises that the April 15th finale will do right by fans.

Brittany King

The end is near, but it may not be as painful as we thought. 


As The Walking Dead's season eight finale draws near (April 15), star Norman Reedus promises a satisfying end to all the chaotic plotlines.  


"There are about four elements of the finale that are great on their own," the actor, who plays Daryl Dixon, recently revealed to Entertainment Weekly.

It's not just one person's story.

"There are four things that happen that could be the finale, and they all go off at once at the same time," Reedus continued. "They head in different directions, and they're all individually as good as the next, and theyre all very, very satisfying."


"I like that about it," the 49-year-old added. "I like that its not just one person's story. There are probably four, maybe five, different directions that the show could've ended on and it went in all of them. Its very satisfying."