One of TV's most iconic characters is back in The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, the newest offering in The Walking Dead Universe. The six-part series follows Norman Reedus' badass anti-hero as he washes ashore in France in mysterious circumstances. As he tries to decipher how and why he got there, Daryl has to make his way across a treacherous broken nation in an effort to find his way home. Some of the locals he encounters are more trustworthy than others, while at least one may turn out to be very significant indeed.
Co-starring Clémence Poésy, Adam Nagaitis, Anne Charrier, Eriq Ebouaney, Laika Blanc Francard, Romain Levi, and Louis Puech Scigliuzzi, the six-part series is underway now. New episodes air Sundays at 9:00pm ET on AMC and AMC+, which offers ad-free programming from AMC as well as a collection of ad-free shows and movies from AMC, BBC America, SundanceTV, Shudder, Sundance Now, and IFC Unlimited.
You can find out exactly how to watch The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon here, relive Daryl's best moments from The Walking Dead here, and check out the trailer below.
And if you can't get enough of all things Daryl Dixon, here's a guide to where you'll find three of its leads – Reedus, Poésy, and Nagaitis – elsewhere on AMC+.
This actor needs no introduction whatsoever. In The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, he reprises his iconic title role from The Walking Dead, which he starred in from 2010 to 2022. Now finding himself alone in a strange country, Daryl is more isolated than ever, but as fans have come to expect, his resilience and survival skills really come to the fore.
Reedus also fronts his own travel series, Ride with Norman Reedus, in which he and celebrity friends explore a different destination each week on motorbike. Speaking about Ride in 2019, Reedus told us enthusiastically: "One of the joys of doing the show is when people come up to me and they're like, 'Oh, I got my motorcycle license because I watched Ride' or 'I wanna go to that place where you went [in the show].'" He also saluted the show's cross-generational appeal, saying: "Old people, young people, they watch and think, 'That looks like fun.' It's always nice when you share that with people and they get it and they want to do it too."
Ride with Norman Reedus is a fun, full-throttle adventure show that returned for a new series on September 10th with guests including Keanu Reeves, Adri Law, Josh Holloway, and Johnny Knoxville. New episodes air Sundays at 10:28pm ET on AMC and AMC+ – straight after new episodes of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon.
This British actor cuts a charismatic figure in The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon as Quinn, the powerful owner of the Demimonde, an underground nightclub that welcomes movers and shakers in post-apocalyptic Paris. Earlier in his career, Nagaitis portrayed the baddie Brett McKendrick in Season 1 of Happy Valley, an award-winning British crime series starring Sarah Lancashire and James Norton that you can watch on AMC+. Lancashire's nerve-shredding performance as beleaguered police officer Sergeant Catherine Cawood is one that will really stay with you.
Nagaitis also appears in Code of a Killer, a British true-crime series about Alec Jeffreys' pioneering work introducing DNA fingerprinting into police investigations worldwide. He co-stars opposite David Threlfall and Doctor Who's John Simm in the series, which you can watch over on Acorn TV.
French actress Poésy co-stars in The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon as Isabelle, a nun with a quiet steeliness and surprising backstory. Isabelle is determined to join Daryl on his trek across France, but definitely has her own motives for wanting to get to Paris. She's a fascinating character who seems likely to keep us guessing as the series progresses.
Over on Acorn TV, you can watch Poésy in Last Love. Based on Françoise Dorner's novel La Douceur Assassine, this poignant French film centers on an unexpected friendship between a widowed English professor (Michael Caine) and a younger French woman (Poésy). Co-starring Gillian Anderson and Justin Kirk, it's a gentle romance that shows a lighter side to Paris than The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon.
Also on Acorn TV, you can catch her in War & Peace, a four-part adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's iconic novel. Poésy plays Tolstoy's flawed heroine, Natasha Rostova, so she has plenty to sink her teeth into as the story unfolds.
Episodes of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon are be available to stream on amc.com (with a cable provider login), and the AMC apps for mobile and devices. You can also watch episodes via AMC+ at amcplus.com or through the new AMC+ app available on iPhone, iPad, Android, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku plus Samsung and Vizio smart TVs. AMC+ can also be streamed through a variety of providers, including AppleTV, Prime Video Channels, DirectTV, Dish, Roku Channel, Sling, and Xfinity. Sign up for AMC+ now.