Norman Reedus’ description of Daryl Dixon, a supportive survivalist on AMC’s strike zombie drama “The Walking Dead,” has done him a pop-culture icon, as good as a many renouned impression on a series. Starting subsequent year, a actor is roving off in a opposite direction.
Reedus will star in a new nonfiction array scheduled to premiere subsequent year on AMC. The show, with a operative pretension “Ride With Norman Reedus” will follow Reedus, a biker enthusiast, as he takes viewers on a float on a open highway to try internal motorcycle enlightenment and a history.
The series, that is scheduled for 6 one-hour episdoes, will also applaud remarkable motorcycle collectors, mechanics and craftsmen around a country. The array is constructed by Left/Right Productions.
According to a press release, any part of “Ride” will start in a opposite city where Reedus and his roving messenger – a associate actor, musician, crony or internal chopper left-wing who shares his passion for motorcycles – will tour to a new destination. Along a way, they will stop during several locales such as tradition bike shops, tattoo parlors, collector’s warehouses, or a roadside smokehouse … with copiousness of time for random detours and tire changes.
The array will also showcase opposite forms of motorcycles any week including vintage, minis and cruisers.
“We adore being a home of people’s passion projects, and there is nobody some-more ardent about motorcycles than Norman Reedus,” pronounced Joel Stillerman, boss of strange programming and growth for AMC and SundanceTV.
“He is an zealous supplement and backer who is deeply enthralled in motorcycle culture. There is also nobody some-more fun to hang out with. This uncover will move those dual elements together for a weekly float into a implausible universe of motorcycles and a people who live and breathe them.”
“I’m impossibly vehement and grateful to AMC for giving me a event to share a passion of cave with the fans, and hopefully a whole new audience. we had a lot of fun filming and exploring, and we wish it shows,” pronounced Reedus, who will sojourn a expel member of “The Walking Dead.”