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David Morrissey of 'The Walking Dead' gets new TV show

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David Morrissey of "The Walking Dead" has a new series coming. When his character The Governor was killed off, fans wondered if they would see him on television again. On Jan. 10, Wet Paint shared that he will be on a new show soon.

He will be playing the character Vince McKee on a BBC show. It is called "The Driver" and his character will be a cab driver. At this time, it is only set up as a three part mini-series. He is also an executive director on the show. It will air on BBC One later this year, which means it will be on in the U.K., but they air a lot of their shows in the USA later on or put them on Netflix.

This is not the only show you could see David on though. He also filmed the pilot for a show called "Line of Sight" that will be on AMC if everything goes as planned. It would be great for him to end up on a series again.

Are you excited that David Morrissey of "The Walking Dead" is coming back to television? Sound off in the comments below.

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