Talking Dead, the live after show airing following latest chapters of The Walking Dead is persisting in being going dark on 15th March, Sunday, between coronavirus concerns, AMC announced Friday.
What the Tweet is All about?
The episode that might have aired live following the Greg Nicotero-directed Season 10 episode 12, “Walk With Us,” would have marked the Talking Dead return of former Jesus actor Tom Payne, who was scheduled to look alongside two surprise cast members. The news comes just hours later AMC Networks paused pre-production on The Walking Dead Season 11 by three to four weeks and put a three-week pause (amid Coronavirus Outbreak) on the shooting the sixth term of spinoff Fear the Walking Dead.
The Shows which suspended Production
The game shows Jeopardy! And Wheel of Fortune will abstain from recording with established live studio audiences, an approach matched by such daytime talk shows as Dr. Phil, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and also the View. Just days ago, late-night talk shows, including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night With Seth Meyers, and therefore the Late Show With Stephen Colbert suspended production for at least a fortnight. While Talking Dead
A considerable look at the Tweet
The Talking Dead hosted by Chris Hardwick soon unites the growing number of film and television productions loitered by matters aloft the coronavirus pandemic. “We fancied to let you perceive that considering all that’s happening, Talking Dead is going to be momentarily running dark this Sunday, 15th March,” the official account of Talking Dead tweeted this Friday.
We wanted to let you know that in light of everything that's happening, #TalkingDead will be temporarily going dark this Sunday, March 15th. Take care of yourselves and each other! We'll be in touch soon. pic.twitter.com/YNmWq1hLKI
— Talking Dead (@AMCTalkingDead) March 14, 2020