AMC hasn't been shy with its upcoming drama addition 'Turn,' though we haven't seen very much of its other major 2014 offering 'Halt & Catch Fire,' starring 'Guardians of the Galaxy''s Lee Pace as a pioneer of the computer revolution. Good news! The network has officially set a June premiere for the drama, but opted not to move forward with 'Walking Dead' star David Morrisey's new series, 'Line of Sight.'
The year of 2014 will soon be upon us, and with it we'll be one month closer to 'The Walking Dead' season 4's February return. 2013's midseason finale "Too Far Gone" left our prison group in a dire place to be sure, but with many new challenges ahead, might David Morrissey's Governor return to haunt Rick and his group once more, despite the villain's bloody predicament?
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its seventh, and penultimate episode of the year with “Dead Weight,” as the Governor accepts his new role within Martinez's group before ascending the ranks and setting his sights on a familiar prison ...
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ episode, “Live Bait,” saw the Governor beginning his road to redemption, taking up with a family holed up in an apartment complex before running afoul of some familiar friends, so what does the latest episode of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4, episode 7, “Dead Weight!”
The other day, an overseas promo for 'The Walking Dead' season 4 revealed that our newly reformed Governor (David Morrissey) had heavy reasoning to roll up on the prison the way we saw during "Internment," but will "Dead Weight" reveal a new context to the one-eyed villain's plan? Check out the full set of photos from Sunday's latest 'Walking Dead' for a clue!
For as much as 'The Walking Dead' season 4 initially left us with questions over the Governor's whereabouts, his brief appearance in "Internment" left us wondering about possible motives for returning to the limelight. This weekend's "Dead Weight" will continue our exploration of the character in the intervening months, but has a New Zealand promo shockingly revealed the reformed villain's plan?
Tonight's latest 'Walking Dead' installment, "Live Bait," saw the return of everyone's favorite one-eyed villain, though we certainly left him in a tight spot by the end of the episode. The question stands: will the Governor's biggest secret be exposed, or can he learn to survive with a new group? Find out in the first sneak peek from next Sunday's penultimate hour of the year, "Dead Weight!"
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its sixth episode of the year with “Live Bait,” as the Governor begins his road to redemption, taking up with a family holed up in an apartment complex before running afoul of some familiar friends.
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ episode, "Internment," saw Hershel struggling to take care of the ill, while Rick returned to the prison and aided Maggie in keeping up the fences, unaware of being watched by an old enemy, so what does the latest episode of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4, episode 6, “Live Bait!”
'The Walking Dead' season 4 will fill in some major gaps with this Sunday's all-new installment "Live Bait," as we finally learn what became of the villainous Governor (David Morrissey) and his surviving crew after season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs." Who, or what the Governor came across in the eight months before "Internment" remains to be seen, but we've got an exclusive "Live Bait" image of what looks like a major "biter" battle to come!
'The Walking Dead' season 4 surprised viewers during last Sunday's episode with the first, but brief return appearance of David Morrissey's the Governor. While the actor himself had a lot to say of his character moving forward, the first photos from the upcoming "Live Bait" show the once powerful villain has endured some wear and tear.
We were shocked enough when 'The Walking Dead''s Governor survived the events of season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," let alone his brief return in this past Sunday's "Internment," but we'd have to be crazy to think AMC would allow David Morrissey's villainous character to survive another season, right? Right?