Three great guests are scheduled to join Chris Hardwick on the Feb. 23 edition of Talking Dead to break down season 10 episode 9 of The Walking Dead.
The return of The Walking Dead is slowly creeping up and many fans are getting excited about the AMC zombie drama coming back to their televisions. In addition, that means Talking Dead will be back to dissect all the action and drama.
Feb. 23 will bring the airing of the season 10 midseason premiere and hopefully give fans a resolution to the situation where many of their favorite survivors are trapped in a cave with a large number of walkers keeping them from exiting as well as some answers about Michonne’s mission and what is happening at the communities.
There will be plenty to talk about when this episode airs and you can bet Chris Hardwick and his three great guests will talk about it all. Here is the guest list according to the official Facebook account of Talking Dead:
Fans of The Walking Dead know him as Jerry, the lovable and hilarious friend of Ezekiel and former resident of The Kingdom, but the character played by Cooper Andrews is one of the individuals trapped in the cave. Hopefully, Jerry can make it out alive and Cooper can tell fans all about the experience of making that episode from the couch.
Another fan-favorite cast member from the show, Ridloff’s character Connie made her debut in season 9 and has since become a strong fighter for the survivors. A former journalist who communicates using American Sign Language, Connie’s charisma and morality make her an excellent survivor.
Michael E. Satrazemis
It’s always nice to get someone from behind the camera to discuss an episode and this week fans get Michael E. Satrazemis, the director of the midseason premiere as well as 15 other episodes of The Walking Dead as well as 11 episodes of Fear the Walking Dead. His experience should give a great perspective on the filming of episode 1009.
Just a note for viewers, Talking Dead will not air immediately following The Walking Dead. AMC has placed the season 5 premiere of Better Call Saul in that spot, so don’t expect the post-show discussion to start until 11:21 p.m. ET according to the AMC website.