Fans are eagerly anticipating the Fandemic Tour, which will bring together surviving cast members and other famous faces to Atlanta, Georgia. Norman Reedus has been injured on the set of The Walking Dead, according to reports. Fandemic Tour first revealed the news that Reedus would be cancelling his appearance due to injury.
The Fandemic Tour will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center from March 18 to 20, and Reedus was scheduled to appear at the event to meet with long-time followers. Reedus is a frequent attendee of fan conventions, where he meets numerous Walking Dead fans, but he’s not immune from danger. At a zombie con, years ago, Reedus was bitten by a fan.
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Fans of the Walking Dead star were relieved to hear that he is feeling much better, and that his health and well-being are his main priorities. Fans also know that he wouldn’t miss an opportunity to spend time with them if his health or well-being were in danger.
There have been no additional information released at this time, but we wish Reedus a rapid recovery and are sending our wishes and optimism to him.
The Walking Dead is currently airing part two of three of its final season. The show has been on for eleven seasons and will air its final episode in late 2022. Reedus, along with co-star Melissa McBride (Carol), will star in their own spin-off series that will follow the two characters as they set out on the road in the zombie apocalypse.
The Walking Dead will also air several other new spin-offs once the main series has ended. These include a Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) spin-off, as well as a show called Tales of The Walking Dead, which will tell new stories, as well as look back at the pasts of some of our favorite characters from past seasons of The Walking Dead.
The Walking Dead airs each Sunday on AMC.
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