It's hard to get your weekly fill of The Walking Dead in just one hour. Seriously, a week's worth of excitement and hype is hard to cram into just one episode of television.
Luckily, AMC has helped out fans in this regard with their very own after-show, Talking Dead. The Chris Hardwick-hosted series is incredibly popular, and gives everyone a chance to work through all the feels brought on by the night's episode.
Last week, the Talking Dead couch was packed. Scott Gimple, Michael Rooker, and Karl Makinen all joined the show to talk about the crazy episode, and Lennie James was live on video from England.
This week, the room isn't quite as packed as usual. Take a look through the slideshow at all the confirmed guests so far for this tonight's Talking Dead.
This episode concentrates focus on two characters - Sasha and Rosita. So, naturally, at least one of the two actresses portraying the women would appear on the show.
Sonequa Martin-Green is probably a little busy gearing up for Star Trek: Discovery, so Serratos is going to be without her partner-in-crime.
This will be the actress' first appearance on the talk show since the whole cast appeared following the season seven premiere.
While the Saviors are a group of dangerous and terrifying folks, Simon tends to bring more laughs than tears. The actor who brings him to life - Steven Ogg - will join Chris Hardwick on the show this week.
Ogg has never been featured on Talking Dead before, as his character hasn't been a featured part of the story until this season.
Many will remember Ogg as Trevor from Grand Theft Auto V.
In a surprise move, there are only two guests for Talking Dead this week. However, it's worth noting that the show is undergoing a scheduling shift this week.
Instead of airing right after The Walking Dead, Talking Dead will air at 11pm ET. The season two premiere of Into The Badlands will air in the 10pm ET slot.
The good news though, is that Into The Badlands is a great show, and it's exactly the action-packed ride that fans of The Walking Dead will enjoy.
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