Ride with Norman Reedus teases season 4 guests

Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun - Ride with Norman Reedus _ Season 3, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Raymond Liu/AMC
Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun - Ride with Norman Reedus _ Season 3, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Raymond Liu/AMC /

Ride with Norman Reedus is preparing for season 4 by revealing a look at some of the awesome guests.

Ride with Norman Reedus teased special guests for season 4 on their social media pages. This season is set to premiere Sunday, March 8.

There will be 6 episodes and fans will be treated to The Walking Dead’s Dixon Brother reunion with the appearance of Michael Rooker, who will join Norman Reedus across Alabama and Georgia.

Other guests include Milo Ventimiglia (This is Us), Ryan Hurst (The Walking Dead and Sons of Anarchy), and Clifton Collins Jr. (Westworld). Ride will also take journey through Kentucky and international destinations include Japan, Costa Rica and Uruguay.

Ride has been renewed for a fifth season and fans where asked which city they would like Reedus to visit. They could vote on the following cities, San Diego, California, Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Jackson, Mississippi. Ultimately, Salt Lake City was the city fans chose.

Previous seasons have treated us to such locations as England, Scotland, Spain, and many US destinations. Guests have ranged from fellow Walking Dead cast mates, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Melissa McBride, Austin Amelio to shock rocker Marilyn Manson, to the other half of the Boondock Saints, Sean Patrick Flannery just to name a few. Over the course of the previous three seasons Reedus has journeyed to many interesting and little known places, like a Zombie Burlesque show, a vintage gun range called A Place to Shoot, and a visit to the all girls motorcycle club called Caramel Curves.

Season 4 looks like it will continue to bring fans excellent guests as well as continue to show us amazing places around the globe.

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