‘The Walking Dead’ season 4: Norman Reedus talks injuries, muscles on ‘The View’ (video)

The latest -Right before you get an opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday night, why not celebrate a new interview with Norman Reedus? What’s interesting about this one is that it is happening on what is by and large uninfected waters (“The Walking Dead” season 4 reference intended here) on “The View” this week, where the man behind Daryl Dixon had an opportunity to speak out about all sorts of topics.

Of course, you have to preface this by saying that some of these topics may have been covered before on other topics, and that we’re pretty sure that not every woman on the panel was an enormous fan of the zombie drama. But Norman still managed to find a way to be charismatic, not only as he talked about some of his experiences training with the weapons and dealing with fake blood. He told a pretty heroic story as he helped to save a guy who was in need of medical emergency, and them, he defended taking photographs of roadkill for his new photography book to Barbara Walters, who was admittedly not the biggest fan of this in the slightest.

All in all, it was a nice opportunity to see Norman somewhere new on TV, where he also got a chance to promote both his own work and the season 4 midseason finale on Sunday. It also had to be nice to do an interview that did not require a heck of amount of travel, especially given that the Big Apple is where he calls his home during the months in which he is not on set trying to take down an assortment of terrifying zombies.

Want to read some more news related to “The Walking Dead”? Then just click here, where you can see a video preview for the midseason finale on Sunday night. After Sunday’s episode, the show will be on hiatus until likely February. We hope to have some scoop on a return date soon enough.

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