Tonight's all-new 'The Walking Dead' episode "Internment" kept right on dealing with the threats inside the prison walls, but the closing moments of the hour revealed that the greatest threat lies just outside the gates! Check out what you-know-who's been up to in the first sneak peek clip of next week's all-new installment, "Live Bait"!
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its fifth episode of the year with “Internment,” as Hershel struggles to take care of the ill, while Rick returns to the prison and aids Maggie in keeping up the fences, unaware of being watched by an old enemy ...
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ episode -- “Indifference” -- saw Rick taking Carol on a supply run to sort out their differences, while Daryl and his group continued to the veterinary college in search of needed medical supplies, 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 5, “Internment!”
Earlier today we caught our best look yet at 'The Walking Dead' season 4 when AMC shambled out a herd of new photos from season 4 premiere "30 Days Without an Accident" and beyond, but now it seems the network may go even deeper into the source material for its latest addition. Actress Alanna Masterson has joined the AMC hit in a potentially regular role, rumored to be that of a Robert Kirkman novel 'Rise of the Governor' character that may offer insight into the villain's whereabouts this season.
Fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' were surprised enough that David Morrissey's villainous Governor survived the year to menace Rick Grimes again in season 4, but has a new casting confirmed the Governor's number to be up? Morrissey has officially joined upcoming AMC sci-fi pilot 'Line of Sight' in a leading role, and something tells us even the Governor can't be two places at once! Well, without a sword, anyway.
'The Walking Dead' season 4 will shamble out on October 13, though it remains to be seen how David Morrissey's villainous one-eyed Governor will return to haunt Rick and his group once more. Michonne will definitely be on a mission to find the deposed leader this coming season, but while we wait for the August 27 Blu-ray release of season 3, check out this behind-the-scenes clip of the duo filming their iconic fight scene!
From the moment fans of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' realized the Governor would live through season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs" and menace Rick Grimes another day, questions arose how and when David Morrissey's character would return in season 4. This past weekend's epic Comic-Con season 4 trailer left out the character entirely, so how will the Governor make his comeback when the new season starts this fall?
Michonne may be on a horse from what we've seen of 'The Walking Dead' season 4, but she's also on a mission. That's what series creator Robert Kirkman had to say about the new season of AMC's monster thriller debuting this fall, among tantalizing previews of The Governor's return, comic-adapted character Bob Stookey, and what could surprisingly end up the most comic-faithful season of 'The Walking Dead' yet!
For as much as last night's 'The Walking Dead' season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs" polarized viewers, one thing was left for certain by hour's end. Not only were David Morrissey's Governor and a clutch of his men still alive, but it seemed all-but-certain the psychotic leader would one day return for revenge on Rick Grimes, and the rest of those who deserted Woodbury. Now, as we begin the long wait toward 'The Walking Dead' season 4, we've learned just how the Governor will return, so find out the first official details of 'The Walking Dead' season 4 inside!
From the moment AMC's 'The Walking Dead' announced that David Morrissey would take on the role of iconic comic villain The Governor, fans wondered just how much of the villain's depraved nature would translate from page to screen. And yet while most of this past Sunday's "Walk With Me" portrayed the character as an even-tempered, even benevolent man, the final minutes certainly turned the tables with some imagery straight out of the books!
So now that we know the AMC character to be every bit as deranged as his comic counterpart, just how bad will things get? Will we see any other moments taken right from the comics?
'The Walking Dead' season 3 will look far different from its predecessors, introducing not one, but two important new locations after the survivors vacated the idyllic farm setting seen throughout the AMC monster hit's second season. Not only will Rick Grimes and his fellow survivors take residence in an abandoned, yet overrun prison, but they'll also encounter a new foe in David Morrissey's Governor as he presides over the seemingly idyllic community of Woodbury. But as actor David Morrissey tells us, the town may not be as it seems...