Watch Josh Homme discuss ‘The Walking Dead’ on ‘Talking Dead’ spin-off show

Queens Of The Stone Age frontman is a fan of the zombie drama

Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme is a fan of The Walking Dead and has appeared on its spin-off, Talking Dead.

Homme appeared on this week’s panel after-show and took questions from fans. Watch in the clip below.

Read more: The Walking Dead Appears To Have Lost Its Bite – What’s Gone Wrong This Season?


Viewing figures for The Walking Dead have plummeted in the US since the opening episode of season seven.

The premiere debuted to 17.1 million people, and became the second-highest rated episode in the show’s history. Since then, the number of Walking Dead viewers has declined. The fifth episode of the season drew less than 11 million viewers.

It’s the first time the show has had less than 11 million viewers since season three. The reason for the decline is unclear but one theory is that fans are not happy with the format of the season, with each episode jumping to a different story and set of characters.

It was also recently confirmed that The Walking Dead has been renewed for an eighth season. Season Eight will premiere in late 2017, kicking off with the show’s 100th episode.

Meanwhile, Queens Of The Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen has teased what to expect from the band’s next album.


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