'Friday Night In with The Morgans' Episode 10: Norman Reedus is writing a book and fans can't wait for it

'How excited to see that Norman Reedus is writing a book, how awesome is this,' read one of the tweets


                            'Friday Night In with The Morgans' Episode 10: Norman Reedus is writing a book and fans can't wait for it
Norman Reedus (Getty Images)
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This week's episode of 'Friday Night in with the Morgans' saw hosts Jeffrey Dean Morgan and his wife Hilarie Burton Morgan talk to 'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus, Diane Kruger and Elisabeth Moss. One of the biggest reveals of the episode was Reedus' announcement that he was writing a book and this left fans mighty excited.

"We're all having our ways of trying to keep ourselves busy, Norman is writing a book right now," Hilarie said in the show's official Twitter clip. "Yeah, yeah, I am writing a book," confirmed Reedus. "It's a book of fiction. It's four stories that kind of interact and they learn from each other on their journey from the East Coast to the West Coast, in a nutshell."

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"How did you manage to get a fiction book deal?" Jeffrey asked his 'The Walking Dead' co-star. "I have been approached about that for a long time now," Reedus explained. "I don't wanna incriminate any of my friends," he laughed. One of the questions included if he had based a chapter on Jeffrey and the stars burst out laughing again when Reedus said, "yeah there's a little girl..."

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Fans, on their part, were mighty excited after hearing the news about the book. "How excited to see that Norman Reedus is writing a book, how awesome is this," a fan wrote. "@WalkingDead_AMC [email protected] Ohh yessss!! it's fantastic! Congratulations Norman!!!," tweeted another fan. "Wow, that's so awesome!!! Congratulations, @wwwbigbaldhead!!! I can't wait to read your book!!!" exclaimed one of the fans. "That is so cool. Can't wait to read the book," felt a fan.  

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"I'm so excited to see you again !!! literally love you so much you are such an inspiration for me, sending all my love from Spain," read one of the tweets. "@WalkingDead_AMC and @wwwbigbaldhead @HilarieBurton your eyes when you say MYSTERIOUS killed me," remarked one of the fans who had tuned in to watch the show. "A great family, I'm a walking dead person, I've watched it like 11 times ..to hear they are doing different things is amazing x all amazing people..." a fan tweet read.

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'Friday Night In with The Morgans' was originally conceived as a fun distraction from the monotony of quarantine. It airs on Fridays at 10 pm ET on AMC.