'Walking Dead' Season 4 Spoilers: Beth To Be Smitten With Daryl In Upcoming Installment? [TRAILER, NEWS]
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead surely know who Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is, as he's fancied by several woman fans.
Beside heavy flirtation with Carol (Melissa McBride), the prison group tough guy hasn't been involved in a single romance in the program's three seasons.
However, Wet Paint reported that the most recent trailer of The Walking Dead shows another female smitten with Daryl, which is Beth (Emily Kinney).
Reedus recently dished on the speculation behind Beth's supposed crush by stating the following to Comicbook:
"I can't tell you that, but god she's cute so fingers crossed," he said.
While many people will be quick to say that Beth is just a teenager, Kinney is actually 28-years-old in real life.
In other Walking Dead happenings, showrunner Scott M. Gimple recently spoke highly of second-year cast member Chad L. Coleman, who dons the role of Tyreese.
"What you see a little bit of in that trailer is Tyreese stepping up as a character and taking a more central role. We didn't get a lot of time with him in season 3 with everything else that was going on, and now in season 4 we are really able to bring him to the forefront and integrate him into the core cast in a bigger way. We're doing a lot with him. I think Chad Coleman has proven that he's got very broad shoulders that can carry the lead and everything we ask him to do. I'm excited for people to see where we take this character because it's going to be really awesome," he said.
AMC's The Walking Dead will be launching its fourth season on Sunday, October 13 at 9/8 p.m. Central. Be sure to keep checking back with Enstars for more of the latest info on the popular program. The trailer for the upcoming season can be watched below.
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