Danai Gurira – “The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” | The Daily Show

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Published on February 20, 2024

“The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” star Danai Gurira chats with Desi Lydic about co-creating and executive producing the new spinoff AMC miniseries continuing the journey of Michonne and Rick Grimes, how “The Walking Dead” connects families across generations, and founding Love Our Girls to advocate and celebrate women and girls around the world. #DailyShow #DesiLydic #DanaiGurira

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18 comments

  • @omarkhoury3375 2 months ago

    💙💙💙

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  • @adamgill537 2 months ago

    Super hot

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  • @renooj7047 2 months ago

    I wish they talked about the midnight angel too

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  • @Iranian.Shia-kurd 2 months ago

    This black woman is as real as Hollywood. Look at her fake hair

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  • @JaSoLuV 2 months ago

    She is crazy beautiful 😍 🤩 ❤

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  • @FaySmitherman 2 months ago

    Danai Gurira’s arms are so powerful, they could slay walkers with just a flex!

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  • @FeleciaDoderer 2 months ago

    Danai Gurira’s arms are so powerful, they could slay walkers with just a flex!

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  • @Terriblegam2r 2 months ago

    Danai is such an incredible human being ❤️

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  • @misslilith8021 2 months ago

    She’s so beautiful,her body is insane

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  • @antwayne92 2 months ago

    TWD my top 3 favorite shows sometimes I forget she plays other characters just love Mishon

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  • @adamnxx 2 months ago

    interesting hairstyle to say the least

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  • @tammyjantzen9004 2 months ago

    Love Danai’s hair!! It’s beautiful! And I love her take on Valentine’s Day! What a powerful woman, in all aspects.

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  • @exoterric 2 months ago

    With so much planned chaos on TDS, it’s fantastic to see such a warm and chill interview. Amazing ladies, both of them.

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  • @toddwalter5081 2 months ago

    Desi’s eyes are so funny

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  • @Tonyhouse1168 2 months ago

    WAKANDA FOREVER!

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  • @corneliusdinkmeyer2190 2 months ago

    Anybody know what I can watch this show on? Is it on Netflix? Hulu?

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  • @j_inc. 2 months ago

    Desi + Danai = <3

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  • @johntumpkin3924 2 months ago

    Desi’s take on deadpan is educational. Horror in film reflects and intensifies the horror in society, which can be significantly reduced by public health measures that strike continually at the root causes of horror. However, Desi and Danai are delightfully optimistic.

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