'The Walking Dead' Season 4 Deleted Scene: Michonne and Hershel Stump the Governor's Men

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Anticipation for 'The Walking Dead' season 5 continually builds after the Comic-Con 2014 trailer, but the fourth season of AMC's monster smash has plenty left to offer. Not only can you win a copy for yourself, but we've also got yet another deleted scene from the fourth season Blu-Ray, bringing the Governor back to life for one last standoff with Michonne and Hershel!

Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, the latest 'Walking Dead' season 4 deleted scene emerges from midseason finale "Too Far Gone," after The Governor Brian managed to capture both Hershel and Michonne. The pair share a tense RV standoff with Mitch (Kirk Acevedo, cornering the market on post-apocalyptic jerks), and nearly manage to earn their escape in the process.

While we wait for ‘The Walking Dead,’ season 5, we know that existing stars Christian Serratos (Rosita), Alanna Masterson (Tara) and Andrew J. West (Gareth) have all been upgraded to series regulars, while ‘The Wire‘ star Seth Gilliam joined in a role confirmed to be that of comic preacher Gabriel Stokes. The fifth season of AMC’s monster-drama will pick up shortly after season 4 finale “A,” eschewing the usual time jump to show Rick and his cohorts’ time at Terminus. Oh, and don’t forget about that Comic-Con 2014 trailer, or our beat-by-beat breakdown of its secrets!

Just over two months to go before 'The Walking Dead' finally shambles out season 5, so check out the latest deleted scene above, and tell us what you want from the new episodes in the comments! Don't forget to catch up with the series' first four season with our recap of Everything You Need to Know About 'The Walking Dead' in 60 Seconds!

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