"The Walking Dead" has added another new actor for Season 4. As the show heads towards its midseason finale, Andrew J. West has been added for a part that will appear in the second half. Expect the "Greek" alum to stick around for a bit, as well. The Holl more
The Governor (David Morrissey) returned to The Walking Dead earlier this week in Season 4, Episode 6: “Live Bait”, and although he kicked off the installment aimlessly wandering around alone, unable to kill even one walker, he finished of the ep with a ne more
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 6: “Live Bait”, was the first of two standalone episodes for The Governor (David Morrissey). As TWD creator and show executive producer Robert Kirkman says in the behind the scenes video below, this installment was a “bi more
The Governor (David Morrissey) was completely absent from the first four episodes of The Walking Dead Season 4. The onetime leader showed up very briefly at the end of Episode 5: “Internment” as the camera showed him lurking around the prison, and Episode more
It sounds like acting on “The Walking Dead” really sucks sometimes — except for “The Governor,” David Morrissey.
The show films in the heat and humidity of Georgia, which is bad enough for actors and crew, Morrissey told Conan O’Brien Monday.
The Governor's back on The Walking Dead ! After slaughtering his people, did the Governor start a road to redemption in "Live Bait"? Or, were his actions too horrific to ever overcome? Read More...
The Governor (David Morrissey), aka “Brian,” just reared his one-eyed head in The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 6, “Live Bait.” “Brian” played hero/daddy/savior for his new friends: nurse Lily, her daughter Megan, Lily’s sister, Tara, and their now deceas more
What's going to happen on The Walking Dead Season 4 when The Governor (David Morrissey) reunites with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Team Prison? In Episode 6, “Live Bait,” we saw “Brian” teach young Megan how to play chess. “You can lose a lot of soldi more