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'The Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus On Season 6: It's About Rick's Group 'Fighting Stability'

(Photo : Facebook/The Walking Dead) "The Walking Dead's" Norman Reedus said that in season 6, fans will see Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) group figure out whether they can actually live with other Alexandrians who are unaware of the danger lurking outside the walls of the community.

Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and company will continue to adjust to the life inside Alexandria when "The Walking Dead" returns for season 6 this October. But after Pete's (Corey Brill) death in the season 5 finale, Norman Reedus teased that the new residents of the gated community will find themselves asking more often whether they can actually live with people who are unaware of the danger lurking outside the walls.

"[Season 6 is] kind of [about] our group being okay with stability and fighting stability and figuring out if we can actually live with other people," Reedus told Entertainment Weekly in a recent sit-down interview. "You've taken a bunch of wild animals and put them in a domestic environment, and some of them prefer to be wild animals, and some of them can't figure out how to be anything other than that. So we've come to a place where we can live with the public or live in a community and us having inner turmoil with trying to discover if that's possible at all."

The 46-year-old actor previously said that his character, Daryl, is one of those who prefer to be in the wild.

"Daryl belongs out in the woods. That's the type of animal he is," he told Entertainment Weekly in March. "It's a lot like what Joe said: The saddest thing is seeing an outdoor cat thinking it's an indoor cat, and Daryl is definitely an outdoor cat. So [being Alexandria's newest recruiter] is a perfect job for him."

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The "Boondocks Saints" actor also talked to Nerdist last month to tease the new season. He said that the time play in season 6 makes the upcoming installment "particularly complicated."

"Certain things happen, and you're kind of like, 'Wow, that just happened.' Then you'll find out episodes later why that happened and what that meant," explained Reedus. "[Executive producer and showrunner] Scott [M. Gimple]'s so good at planning for the future and taking little things and making them mean big things later. And you go, 'Oh, that's what that means ...' A real mature sort of storytelling has really taken us over right now. It's super interesting and super thrilling.

Little is known about what's in store for Daryl in the new season, but towards the end of the season 6 trailer that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con last month, the crossbow-wielding character appears to be in great danger after a run-in with a mysterious group of survivors.

Are you excited for "The Walking Dead" season 6? Sound off in the comments section below!

"The Walking Dead" season 6 premieres on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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