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We've seen him riding a hog as Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead, but this June Norman Reedus will take us on a journey all of his own when his series Ride With Norman Reedus debuts on AMC.

Reedus has been extra busy this year, shooting his series in addition to his work on The Walking Dead, however Ride With Norman Reedus promises to be awesome. Each episode of the six-installment show will follow Reedus and a different riding companion in a different city as they "travel to a destination and explore motorcycle culture along the way." But while that may sound like the show is purely for motorcycle fans, fear not because Reedus has assured EW that the series has something for everyone, saying:

"It’s not a gearhead show where we’re talking about this and that. There’s a little bit of that, but it’s more of a journey. I take a person and we go on a journey, and we experience things together. They show me their town on motorcycles, and we explore new towns on motorcycles. It’s been a real gypsy-esque adventure that’s just a ton of fun."

Reedus also revealed how much fun he's been having filming the series:

“Oh my God, it’s so fun. The episodes are coming out great, the footage we’re getting is great, and the guests I have are great."

He also talked about how the series varies in tone throughout, allowing each guest to dictate the direction of the episode — sometimes quite literally! He said:

"It’s really interesting to me to take someone and go on a ride with them and find out what that person is about, just because of the situations that we put ourselves in. Some are fun. Some are weird. Some are a little creepy, and it’s just been so much fun for me. It’s such an interesting concept, the way we’re doing it."

Ah, a little weird and creepy?! Damn I can't wait to see this show!

'Ride With Norman Reedus' hits screens this June on AMC!

Will you be tuning in to watch 'Ride With Norman Reedus'?

Source: Entertainment Weekly


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