On Friday, October 4 Wetpaint Entertainment posted new information about the upcoming episodes of "The Walking Dead" which will feature The Governor and reveal new information through flashbacks. The Governor (David Morrissey) will appear in two stand alone episodes in season four. The character will be absent from the first two episodes and both episodes that focus on him will be in the first half of the season.
Executive producer Robert Kirkman previously teased that The Governor will show up when no one expects it and the character has changed from last season when he rode off after massacring the citizens of Woodbury. The character will have another show down with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and blood is going to be involved.
The flashback sequences will be used to fill in gaps about the past including the "beginning, middle and end" of the character. The new season includes a six month time jump, so it's possible some of the flashbacks will be from that time. Season four will focus more on the character development than the intense action sequences and include the most violent walker deaths the show has ever seen.
"The Walking Dead" season four will premiere on Sunday, October 13 at 9 p.m. on AMC. Tune in to see how The Governor fits into the new series since the character became a series regular.
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