Talking Dead guests for Walking Dead 609: No Way Out

Chris Hardwick, Talking Dead -AMC
Chris Hardwick, Talking Dead -AMC /

The guests for Chris Hardwick’s Talking Dead for the episode following AMC’s The Walking Dead episode 609 on February 14, 2016 have been announced.

Just like AMC’s hit zombie survival drama The Walking Dead, the discussion show hosted by Chris Hardwick will return on Valentine’s Day for a new episode. The long break between the midseason finale and midseason premiere is almost over, which makes things even more exiting for fans of the undead.

Each week on Talking Dead, the couch next to host Chris Hardwick gets filled with some of the most popular member of the cast and crew of The Walking Dead as well as some of the hottest celebrities in Hollywood. The guests for this week’s episode, following The Walking Dead episode 9 of season 6 on AMC, have been announced.

Here are the folks that will be on hand to discuss The Walking Dead episode 609: “No Way Out” on Sunday night’s episode of Talking Dead:

Greg Nicotero and Chad L. Coleman, Talking Dead - AMC
Greg Nicotero and Chad L. Coleman, Talking Dead – AMC /

Greg Nicotero – Special effects master as well as executive producer on The Walking Dead, Nicotero will be able to give insight into the filming of “No Way Out” as well as some of the information about walker make up and how some of the gore was created. Plus, he is always a fun guest with great stories to tell and

  • Carrie Underwood – As one of the biggest stars in country music, Underwood is known for major hit songs like “Jesus Take The Wheel” and “Before He Cheats” but may be best known by football fans for singing the introduction to NBC’s Sunday Night Football. She is a big fan of The Walking Dead and will share her fan perspective with the group.
  • As of this writing, there are only two guests scheduled to be on the couch for Sunday’s episode of Talking Dead. Sadly, actor Nathan Fillion was forced to change his appearance on the popular discussion show to the following week and will be unable to attend Valentine’s Day’s episode.

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    Don’t miss the midseason premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead when it airs at 9/8c on February 14, 2016, with Talking Dead immediately following the episode. Thankfully, there won’t be that hour delay for Into The Badlands that fans had to endure for the last part of season 6A and Talking Dead‘s therapy can begin to heal us right away.