"The Walking Dead" left viewers with one of the biggest cliffhangers to date in the Season 6 finale "Last Day on Earth." While the episode was able to introduce the menacing villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the finale ended seconds before the big bad claimed the life of one of Rick's (Andrew Lincoln) members.

Although Season 7 will not return until this fall, fans are getting more details daily by the producers and actors of the series. Recently, Norman Reedus (who plays Daryl Dixon) sat down with IGN to discuss the epic cliffhanger and what Season 7 will offer to viewers. 

When asked if fans would get a resolution to the cliffhanger left by the Season 6 finale, Reedus replied:

"Yeah! I mean, the truth of it is that it's very precious to us, what we're doing, and it's our thing we're doing out in the woods. It would almost be doing it a disservice to us to go around blabbing about it, because we put so much work into it, and it's so personal to us that we almost don't want to talk about it too much, because it's private and personal, and you'll see it."

Reedus added, "It’s well worth the wait, that cliffhanger, I will say that. This season that we're doing now is going to answer every question, and it's well worth the wait -- well worth the wait." 

Reedus also spoke about all the negative comments coming from the cliffhanger and revealed that regardless of what the fans are saying at least they are talking about the show.

"Everybody's so invested in it, and we are too, but you make art sometimes to start conversation, and having people talk about what you did is kind of a compliment no matter what they're saying," said Reedus. "So I get it. I mean, I like watching television and being pissed off and wanting to throw something through the TV too, but that's part of the excitement!"

Meanwhile, in a recent interview with Uproxx, creator Robert Kirkman shared his frustrations with what the fans chose to discuss. Kirkman revealed "people aren't talking about Jeffrey Dean Morgan enough" and that it is unfortunate that the outrage over the finale's cliffhanger has taken all the focus.