Jeffrey Dean Morgan to Join Norman Reedus & Greg Nicotero on Sunday’s ‘Talking Dead’
Published on February 7th, 2019 | Updated on February 7th, 2019 | By FanFest
It’s almost time, Walking Dead fans! Sunday marks the return of the zombie drama after its winter hiatus and if the wealth of promos, photos, and trailers we’ve seen are any indication – things are about to get crazy. So, that means that we will definitely be tuning into Talking Dead afterward to dissect and discuss the episode alongside Chris Hardwick and his guests. This Sunday, fans are in for a treat as the after-show has confirmed that Norman Reedus, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Greg Nicotero will all be taking the couch to talk about “Adaption”.
BREAKING NEWS! @JDMorgan will be joining @wwwbigbaldhead and Greg Nicotero on the couch when we return LIVE this Sunday! What questions do you have for Jeffrey, or about his character Negan? Let us know for a chance to have your question answered on the show! pic.twitter.com/j7Wa8A62d7
— Talking Dead (@AMCTalkingDead) February 7, 2019
The midseason finale definitely paved the way for some big moves for Daryl and Negan come Sunday’s premiere. Last we saw, Daryl was pulling a zombie mask off of a human being after Jesus was killed, officially introducing the Whisperers, and Negan was escaping his cell at Alexandria. Nicotero directed the episode and from what we’ve seen, the Whisperer’s require some pretty gnarly-looking walker effects, so we expect him to have some great intel as well.
AMC did release the episode early for those who subscribe to their AMC Premiere App, but for those who didn’t pull that trigger, The Walking Dead returns for its midseason premiere this Sunday, February 10th at 9/8c on AMC! Talking Dead will premiere immediately after!
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