The first episode of season 6 of Ride with Norman Reedus features the beauty of Utah and actor and musician Keanu Reeves. Fans are excited to follow Reedus and his guests as they travel worldwide, seeking unique locations to ride their motorcycles and experience the local culture.
AMC’s review embargo is up, so let’s take a non-spoiler look at the first episode of season 6 of Ride with Norman Reedus.
First off, if you are a fan of Reedus and Reeves, you are not ready for the amazingness of this episode!
Fans of the series have long requested that Reedus team up with John Wick actor Reeves for an episode of the show. Over a year ago, during an episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Reedus teased fans that he would be filming an episode with Reeves in Utah.
Well known for its scenic byways, Utah offers incredible motorcycle rides. Reedus and Reeves begin their three-day, 500-mile journey at the Bonneville Salt Flats, where they enjoy a Reedus-brewed cup of coffee and conclude their journey in Moab at the Motos In Moab event.
The duo talk about filming and the modern world as they travel along. Viewers follow as they taste the delights of Utah, meet with some fascinating people, and learn more about the LDS church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), founded in the state and much more!
One thing is certain: Reedus and Reeves are cut from the same cloth, which makes for a fantastic episode. It is a great to experience Utah through the eyes of these two icons.
The best part of the episode is when Reedus asks Keanu if he has seen a certain movie…his response is, “I was in that movie!”
Don’t miss the first episode of the sixth season of Ride with Norman Reedus on AMC and AMC+ on September 10.
Ride with Norman Reedus season 6
This season consists of four episodes, with the remaining 3 hosting Josh Holloway as they travel to Northern Italy, Johnny Knoxville on an adventure in Rome, and lastly, Adri Law in Portugal.
This series is one that even people who have never ridden a motorcycle can enjoy. Viewers learn much about the guests and the locations they visit. Don’t miss it!!