Following Sunday's new episode of The Walking Dead, AMC will air their Talking Dead after show to recap it with host Chris Hardwick.
Joining Hardwick on an impressively crowded couch will be Walking Dead star Chandler Riggs, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, and musician Josh Homme.
Sunday's Episode 7x07 of The Walking Dead is a big one for Riggs. Last seen in the back of a truck headed to the Sanctuary in 7x05, Carl will return to the AMC series after being absent for a week as he carries out his assassination mission. Riggs is one of five cast members who have been with The Walking Dead since the first season.
Hurd has also been with the show since its early days, serving as executive producer. She has one of the most impressive resumes in television and film. The Walking Dead aside, Hurd has produced iconic franchises such as Aliens and Terminator, as well as The Incredible Hulk and Punisher movies.
Homme is an accomplished musician who has worked on several major productions. Recently, his music was featured in the Entourage movie, as well as Project X, Silver Linings Playbook, End of Watch, and Hot Rod.
Episode 7x07 is titled, "Sing Me A Song."
The official synopsis for Sing Me A song reads, "A deeper look at the Sanctuary and the world of the Saviors; members of Alexandria look for supplies."
Fans of The Walking Dead comics have some high expectations for the episode. The title, alone, has fans expecting to see a few of the most iconic moments from Robert Kirkman's novels realized on television. Specifically, with Carl last seen in the back of a truck headed to Negan's Sanctuary, many comic book fans want to see the child of the apocalypse unleash machine gun hell on a few Saviors before being captured by Negan and forced to sing.
The moments took place in issue #105 of The Walking Dead comics.
Of course, the TV series tends to change things up from the comics from time to time. Swapping deaths or otherwise iconic moments with other characters is not unheard of, so if Negan were to hear a tune from another one of the good guys other than Carl, it wouldn't be a huge surprise.
The Walking Dead will feature multiple groups' perspectives in tonight's episode, rather than following a singular perspective as the previous episodes have chosen to do. While Maggie, Sasha, and the Hilltop will be absent, Negan and Rick will both be around despite being in different places.
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