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Chris Hardwick is more than happy to host this after-show for "The Walking Dead" franchise that serves as a platform for fans to further dissect the enormously popular zombie apocalypse shows. He's a big fan himself, after all. The bonus, he says, is now he gets paid to talk about something he'd normally be discussing with his friends anyway. "Talking Dead" airs live immediately following Sunday night presentations of "The Walking Dead" and its spinoff, "Fear the Walking Dead," and features Hardwick recapping the most recent episode, talking with fans, actors and producers, and taking questions and comments from viewers.

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Colman Domingo, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Ian Goldberg and Andrew Chambliss discuss the Season 5 episode of "Fear the Walking Dead," "Here to Help."
aired 74 days ago
Angela Kang and Melissa McBride discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "The Storm"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 79 days ago
Scott M. Gimple, Avi Nash and a surprise cast member discuss "The Calm Before" episode.
aired 86 days ago
Denise Huth and Yvette Nicole Brown discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Scars"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 93 days ago
Lauren Ridloff, Ryan Hurst and "The Ultimate Fan," Kristi Ferguson, discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Chokepoint"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 102 days ago
Seth Gilliam, Christian Serratos and Ron Funches discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Guardians."
aired 107 days ago
Khary Payton, Cooper Andrews and Alanna Masterson discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Bounty"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 114 days ago
Eleanor Matsuura, Nadia Hilker and Gale Anne Hurd discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Omega"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 123 days ago
Norman Reedus, Greg Nicotero and Jeffrey Dean Morgan discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Adaptation."
aired 202 days ago
Robert Kirkman, Ross Marquand and a surprise cast member discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Evolution"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 205 days ago
Michael Cudlitz, Dan Fogler, Matt Lintz and Madison Lintz discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Stradivarius"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 212 days ago
Drew Scott and Angel Theory discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Who Are You Now?"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 219 days ago
Andrew Lincoln, Scott M. Gimple, Yvette Nicole Brown and Melissa McBride discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "What Comes After"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 226 days ago
Angela Kang, Michael Rooker, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Seth Gilliam discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "The Obliged"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 233 days ago
Pollyanna McIntosh and a surprise cast member discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "Warning Signs."
aired 240 days ago
Katelyn Nacon, Tom Payne and Deborah Joy Winans discuss the Season 9 episode of "The Walking Dead," "The Bridge"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 248 days ago
Angela Kang, Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Greg Nicotero discuss "The Walking Dead" Season 9 premiere, "A New Beginning"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 257 days ago
Lennie James, Andrew Chambliss, Ian Goldberg, Maggie Grace, and Scott M. Gimple discuss the season finale of "Fear the Walking Dead"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 261 days ago
Aaron Stanford, Mo Collins, and Jenna Elfman discuss the latest episode of "Fear the Walking Dead."
aired 268 days ago
Lou Diamond Phillips, Tonya Pinkins, and Sinbad discuss the latest episode of "Fear the Walking Dead"; Hosted by Chris Hardwick.
aired 275 days ago
Colman Domingo and Danay Garcia discuss the latest episode of "Fear the Walking Dead"; hosted by Chris Hardwick.

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