Following the eventual release of season ten’s thrilling finale, the cast of The Walking Dead are finally back to work for the impending 11th instalment. Before AMC and Fox once again fill screens with apocalyptic action, Norman Reedus has revealed filming during the coronavirus pandemic has led to some huge challenges.
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Daryl Dixon (played by Norman Reedus) will be remaining within the world of The Walking Dead well into the future.
As well as escaping the delayed finale episode with his life, Daryl is set to return for the 11th and final season of the mainline horror series.
Moreover, the iconic zombie-hunter has been given renewed life in his own spin-off series, alongside fellow survivor Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride).
However, while the universe of TWD may be expanding, there’s still a lengthy shoot ahead before the upcoming season makes its way to screens.
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The Walking Dead’s Noman Reedus reveals he was injured by 'embarrassing' new COVID rules (Image: AMC/Getty )
The Walking Dead: Daryl took on the Whisperers in the season finale (Image: AMC)
Norman Reedus has been hard at work on season 11 this October, and admitted filming the show’s intense action sequences have been especially gruelling this year.
A number of TV shows have been given the go ahead to return to set, as long as extensive health and safety measures are put in place as the pandemic continues.
These include everything from social distancing to frequent COVID tests for the cast and crew.
As Reedus explained: “There's a ton of rules now, everybody's masked up or has shields on.”
The Walking Dead: Daryl and Carol are set to return in their own spin-off (Image: AMC)
The Walking Dead: New COVID measures have already led to some injuries (Image: AMC)