AMC renews Ride with Norman Reedus for season 4 ahead of the motorcycle enthusiast and travel adventure show’s season 3 premiere.
Ride with Norman Reedus has been given a license to drive into season 4 as AMC announces the fourth season pick-up ahead of the show’s season 3 premiere on February 10. Ride will premiere after The Walking Dead with a season full of special guests from the TWD cast, both past and present, making for an excellent adventure all around. News that the show has been given another season is all the more reason to get excited.
Ride with Norman Reedus is so much more than a show about motorcycles. It’s a travel show, with trips to far away places with beautiful landscapes perfect for a scenic ride. It’s a show about meeting new people in new places while experiencing towns and cities from a local’s perspective. And with The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus as the guide, anything can happen.
Norman Reedus will be joined in season 3 by several members of The Walking Dead cast, including Melissa McBride, Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who appeared with Reedus in season 2 when the duo traveled through Spain. The show features a wide range of locations, both in the United States and abroad.
One of the charming aspects of the show is that Reedus and his traveling companions like to visit local hot spots, straying far from the beaten path to meet people with fascinating stories. It’s not surprising that the show earned a 2017 Critics’ Choice Television Award nomination for Best Unstructured Reality Series.
Fans of the show can count on exciting new guests and locations in season 4, which will likely film during The Walking Dead production break in the fall.
Ride with Norman Reedus returns on February 10, immediately following the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead at 9pm on AMC.