‘Ride with Norman Reedus’ Gets Greenlight from AMC for Season 2
Norman Reedus will be riding around the country again, as AMC has decided to renew the unscripted reality show for a second season. ‘Ride’ follows Norman on a variety of journeys, all around the country, as he and a friend take to the road on a different bike every week. This past summer he visited places out in the desert, rode the Dragon’s Tail and ventured all the way down to Key West with the legendary Peter Fonda.
With each episode, he found new, unique places to dine it, crash at, and even get down and dirty with a ‘lil voodoo in the Big Easy. If you are a fan of Reedus and motorcycles, ‘Ride’ may be just the right fit for you.
The cable network has renewed docuseries Ride With Norman Reedus for a second season. Like season one, the show’s 2017 return will consist of six episodes.
“The reaction to Ride has been incredibly positive. I am glad to be able to show audiences a different side of me and we have gotten a great response to the candid conversation and the fact that it’s obviously not scripted,” Reedus said. “I feel like we are just getting started and there are so many amazing places we have yet to go — the opportunities for the show are endless.”
As mentioned above in the original post on The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Ride’ will return to AMC sometime in 2017. To get more updates on Norman and Ride, follow the show’s official twitter here.
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Until the show returns in 2017, you can find Norman as Daryl Dixon the beloved walker hunter, every Sunday starting October 23 on The Walking Dead, also airing on AMC.