Norman Reedus Scheduled To Appear On November 8 “Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

Reedus, star of “The Walking Dead” and “The Ride,” will visit CBS’ “Late Show.”

Ride With Norman Reedus | Aidan Monaghan/AMC

Season two of AMC’s “The Ride With Norman Reedus” will premiere across November 5 and November 6. A new “The Walking Dead” will also air on November 5.

Later in the week, a star of both series will appear on CBS’ “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”

According to CBS, Norman Reedus will be the lead interview guest on the November 8 episode.

The episode will also feature an interview with Sean Astin and stand-up comedy from Pat McGann.

CBS’ official “Late Show” listings follow:

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Mark Ruffalo; Chris Matthews; Gilbert Gottfried; Thundercat sitting in with Jon Batiste and Stay Human (n)

Wednesday, Nov. 1

Nicole Kidman; Jonathan Groff (n)

Thursday, Nov. 2

Whoopi Goldberg; Kathryn Hahn; musical performance by Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile (n)

Friday, Nov. 3

Jeremy Piven, from the new CBS drama “Wisdom of the Crowd”; Author Walter Isaacson; musical performance by Kelsea Ballerini (n)

Monday, Nov. 6

Josh Gad; Lawrence O’Donnell; Magician Derek DelGaudio (n)

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Jason Segel; Jeff Fager, executive producer of, and Lesley Stahl, correspondent for CBS’s “60 Minutes”; musical performance by Mavis Staples (n)

Wednesday, Nov. 8

Norman Reedus; Sean Astin; stand-up comedy performance by Pat McGann (n)

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