The Walking Dead's Talking Dead Delayed After Midseason Premiere Because Of Better Call Saul Premiere

By Donyae Coles , Updated Jan 05, 2015 12:45 PM EST
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Fans of The Talking Dead (the after-show talk show for The Walking Dead) may have heard that the show will not be playing right after The Walking Dead with the mid-season premiere. Instead, it will be showing an hour later. Relax, the change isn't permanent.

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The hour delay is due to the premiere of the new AMC show, Better Call Saul, which will be showing directly after The Walking Dead ends for the night.

Fans of the talk show will be happy to hear that after premiere, all following episodes will back at their normal time.

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The Talking Dead airs after The Walking Dead. The show has been the source of much inside information about TWD as well as some hints and spoilers for upcoming episodes. Some of the biggest theories and plot twists are discussed in the after show.

Chris Hardwick, the host for The Talking Dead, confirmed that the change will not be a permanent one and that she show will be back at its normal time the following week. He tweeted that the show would only be changing times for the night.

The show will be back on its normal time at 10 p.m., right after The Walking Dead so you can get all of your The Walking Dead gossip right after the show ends.

The Walking Dead returns on February 8, after its mid-season break.

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