The season four premiere of "The Walking Dead" will air in a few weeks and fans are eager to see what The Governor is going to do next. On Saturday, September 28 Wetpaint Entertainment posted the news that there's a good chance The Governor won't survive the season despite being a series regular.
The Governor (David Morrissey) was last seen in the season three finale leaving the scene of the massacre of Woodbury citizens. The character was upgraded to a series regular for season four, and at least two episodes will center about The Governor. Those episodes are rumored to be in the first half of the season.
Morrissey has landed a role on the upcoming television series "Line Of Sight," which will also air on AMC. The actor has a starring role in the new series which also films outside Atlanta. It's possible that The Governor could exact revenge on the prison and end up not surviving the fight, or he could live through another season. Michonne is still hunting The Governor for revenge, and she will have a horse this season for supply runs which will help her cover more ground.
"The Walking Dead" returns on Sunday, October 13 for a sixteen episode fourth season. The first eight episodes will air through December before the midseason break. Like season three, the final eight episodes will air in the spring.
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