Who will join Chris Hardwick on the March 19, 2017 edition of Talking Dead to discuss episode 714 of AMC’s The Walking Dead titled ‘The Other Side’?
Talking Dead will return this Sunday for another great episode of their post-show discussion about AMC’s The Walking Dead. However, things will be a little different on March 19, 2017 when they discuss episode 714 titled ‘The Other Side’.
While it will still be Chris Hardwick and guests from AMC’s show talking about The Walking Dead, the follow-up program will follow the season 2 premiere of Into The Badlands, pushing the start time to 11:05 pm ET.
But Talking Dead will still be there to help fans through what could be a very powerful episode. Here are the guests for Talking Dead on Sunday, March 19, 2017 as shared on the show’s official AMC website:
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It makes sense that the actress who plays Rosita Espinosa would be on this episode. So far, there have been previews showing her planning the attack on The Sanctuary along with Sasha, so ‘The Other Side’ could be a major episode in the evolution of Serratos’ character. She should be able to give some great insight into Rosita’s situation.
For a bad guy, a lot of people love Steven Ogg. His work as Simon has gotten him a lot of praise, as fans can’t seem to get enough of him as Negan’s right hand man. Ogg has also been part of the previews for the upcoming episode, as he and The Saviors are in The Hilltop searching for someone to bring back to The Sanctuary.
Talking Dead will air after the season 2 premiere of Into The Badlands on Sunday, March 19, 2017. Fans of The Walking Dead will need to be patient, as AMC is still trying to build an audience for its martial arts television series by putting it immediately after its flagship program.