Talking Dead guests for The Walking Dead episode 1013 on March 22

Chris Hardwick - Talking Dead: Fear _ Season 6, Episode 18 - Photo Credit: Jordin Althaus/AMC
Chris Hardwick - Talking Dead: Fear _ Season 6, Episode 18 - Photo Credit: Jordin Althaus/AMC /

After canceling Talking Dead last week, AMC will try to air Talking Dead on Sunday, Mar. 22 to discuss season 10 episode 13 of The Walking Dead.

Last week was tough. While many fans of The Walking Dead stayed home amidst health concerns, Talking Dead made the tough decision to go dark and not go live. That was tough for some fans who really wanted to talk about the shocking episode that aired.

As of now, Talking Dead is still on AMC’s schedule for Mar. 22. However, that is something that could change at a moment’s notice. However, considering this episode is being billed as a big one for Michonne and the series as a whole, it would be nice to have someone there to break down the action.

Here are the guests who are scheduled to be on the couch to interact with Chris Hardwick about season 10 episode 13 of AMC’s The Walking Dead according to the AMC schedule and the Talking Dead Twitter account:

Scott M. Gimple

As the chief content officer who oversees everything to do with The Walking Dead, Scott M. Gimple has been around since the inception of the popular AMC zombie drama. He will be on the couch to break down what happens behind the scenes as well as during the production of episode 1013.

Yvette Nicole Brown

A celebrity superfan of The Walking Dead and former replacement for Chris Hardwick on Talking Dead, Yvette Nicole Brown will hopefully bring her notebooks full of musings about walkers and relationships in the zombie apocalypse to the couch. Her passion for the shows is amazing and she will bring a fan perspective to an episode that will likely bring out many tears.

Surprise Guest

Having a surprise guest isn’t usually a good sign for the show. It is typically a character debut or death but could also be an actor who saw their character make a significant change during the episode. Hopefully, a surprise guest doesn’t indicate a death but more of a joyous event on Sunday.

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Even though Talking Dead is still on the AMC schedule, don’t be surprised if the program is altered in some way. Whether it is canceled, done remotely, or the guest list is changed, it would be understandable considering what is happening in the outside world. Hopefully, everyone can stay safe and there can still be some discussion of this big episode of The Walking Dead.