"The Walking Dead" will return to Channel 43 in Tempe on Sunday night. On Thursday, Feb. 7, Collider shared a new interview with the cast of the series. Getty Images also shared the latest photos of the cast an event promoting the series. Check out the new photos by visiting the slide show, and check out the photos released for the episode by visiting this link and going here. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, check out the related topics link for season three on the left sidebar for more news.
"The Walking Dead" is ready for the second half of season three, and the season is far from over. The Governor will be at the center of a lot of the action in upcoming episodes. David Morissey, the actor behind Governor, spoke about what is next for his character in the second half. He said the following, according to Collider:
"He’s in quite a dark place. He’s angry at the world. He’s closing down. But, there are people around him, like Andrea and Milton, who can maybe rescue his humanity and remind him of the things from his past. That will be the fight, going forward."
Andrew Lincoln, the man behind Rick, offered his own teaser for the episodes to come, and he said the following about one episode in particular:
"Episode 12 is my favorite episode since the pilot, for so many reasons. I’m really looking forward to hearing the audience’s reaction to that."
This series keeps fans on their toes, and once season three is complete things will change for the series once again. "The Walking Dead" will be put in new hands for season four. Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
#thewalkingdead is coming, can't hardly wait!
"The Walking Dead" will continue to air on Channel 43 in Tempe on Sunday nights.