Follows "The Walking Dead" star and motorcycle enthusiast Norman Reedus as he hits the open road to explore local biker culture and celebrate the best and brightest collectors, mechanics and craftsmen around the country.
Jimmy N. Roberts,
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Television's number-one talk show host, Chris Hardwick, has a new extension series that provides an authentic take on today's pop culture landscape with iconic celebrity guests. Talking ... See full summary »
Follow the path of the red-handled weapon used by Rick Grimes to kill Terminus leader Gareth; from its innocent beginnings on a hardware store shelf at the start of the apocalypse into the hands of various survivors, familiar and new.
Talking Dead is basically an extended TV guide summary and review but with an annoying host and, for some unknown reason, unrelated celebrity guests who show up to talk about a show they don't work on. Even if you can stomach Hardwick's personality, this show brings nothing of value to the table. If you're able to follow the simple plot of The Walking Dead, then there's no need to watch any part of Talking Dead unless you enjoy listening to random people talk about a show they like. Instead of watching this show, you can actually just listen in on your co-workers discussing TWD in the breakroom but not interact with them at all and you'll get the same experience. That is, unless your co-workers have any dissenting opinions about the direction the show is going, because Talking Dead doesn't feature a single piece of criticism, every episode is a full hour (minus commercials) of praise for TWD.
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