NewsRide Season 2 Cancelled on Hallmark Channel

Ride Season 2 Cancelled on Hallmark Channel

– “Ride with Norman Reedus” is cancelled after five seasons
– The show premiered in 2016 and completed its fifth season in 2021
– The series featured various guests joining Norman Reedus on motorcycle road trips

The TV series “Ride with Norman Reedus” has been brought to an end after five seasons. The show, which aired on the Hallmark Channel, premiered in 2016 and concluded its fifth season in 2021. “Ride with Norman Reedus” followed the titular actor, famous for his role as Daryl Dixon in “The Walking Dead,” embarking on motorcycle road trips with various celebrity guests.

Throughout the series, Reedus and his guests explored different motorcycle cultures, often stopping at bike shops, tattoo parlors, bars, and other locations that embody the local biker culture. While some viewers may have been drawn to the series by Reedus’ star power, others enjoyed the laid-back, informal conversations between Reedus and his guests as they traversed the open road.

Though fans might be disappointed by the news, they can still look forward to seeing Reedus in the upcoming final season of “The Walking Dead.”

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