Will Rick and The Governor finally come to blows in the long-awaited battle for the prison Sunday during The Walking Dead's midseason finale?
After waiting a season and a half, the duo may come face to face, as The Governor (David Morrissey) may now see Rick's prison compound as a potential safe haven for his new family. But will the sight of Michonne (Danai Gurira), who put down his zombie daughter Penny and claimed his eye, reignite The Governor's quest for vengeance?
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the "Dead Weight" episode of AMC's The Walking Dead.]
With just one episode remaining in the first half of The Walking Dead's fourth season, the AMC zombie drama connected the second half of the Governor's recent backstory with Rick's present-day group, setting the stage for the duo to finally come face-to-face.
BERLIN -- Pay-TV network Fox Germany has launched an ambush campaign targeting female fans of The Walking Dead, using electronic billboards in Berlin subway stations that feature models who morph into zombies.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the "Live Bait" episode of AMC's The Walking Dead.]
AMC's The Walking Dead revealed the Governor's (David Morrissey) backstory Sunday with an episode that picked up immediately where season three concluded, showing the eye-patched villain on the road after his brutal massacre on his own group.
It may have only been for a split second, but the Governor (David Morrissey) finally returned last week on AMC's The Walking Dead. As the group seemingly has a handle on the deadly flu plaguing the group, the villain responsible for Andrea's death was revealed to have been spying on the prison.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is expanding his TV universe to the world of exorcisms.
Following a multiple cable network bidding war, Cinemax has landed Outcast, a drama based on Kirkman's upcoming Image/Skybound comic of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The cable network has given a script commitment with large penalty to the project.
The Walking Dead continues to demolish the ratings competition.
AMC's zombie drama averaged 8.7 million adults 18-49 on Sunday night, a 6.8 rating. Not only does that make it the highest-rated TV outing of the past week, it outpaces direct competition from Sunday Night Football by 8 percent. This marks the second weekend in a row that The Walking Dead has outperformed the sports flagship.