David Morrissey, the star who plays The Governor in “The Walking Dead,” has landed a role in “Line of Sight.” So what does this mean for The Governor? On Friday, August 30, Wet Paint wants to reassure fans that this won’t affect the actor’s role in the walker apocalypse series.
When the news first broke, fans assumed that The Governor will only appear in 3 – 4 episodes in Season 4 of “The Walking Dead,” and then be killed off. However, AMC has confirmed that there are no near future plans for him to leave “The Walking Dead.”
“We are huge fans of David Morrissey and are glad he’ll be doing double duty for AMC viewers through his work on ‘The Walking Dead’ and our pilot for ‘Line of Sight,’ both of which are produced in Atlanta,” AMC told the source.
Of course, fans know that The Governor will have to eventually die. Many think he should have already kicked the bucket last season, but don’t expect him to last more than 4 episodes this coming season. Despite AMC’s promise that he isn’t leaving the show, admitting that he is leaving will be a major death spoiler – even if most fans are expecting it.
Previous “The Walking Dead” Season 4 spoilers and news:
- Spoilers: A new sanctuary
- ‘The Walking Dead’ spoilers: First half of Season 4
- Hershel’s fate in Season 4
- Spoilers: Is comic villain Negan a possibility?
- ‘The Walking Dead’ spoilers: Will a baby-walker be making an appearance?
- Spoilers: Michonne’s dangerous obsession with the Governor
- Will Rick still be the leader?
- 3 new cast members reveal spoilers
- ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 spoilers: Did Hershel get a new leg?
- Casting news plus episode titles revealed
- Will Rick or Daryl find love this coming season?
- Norman Reedus talks ‘darker and meaner’ season 4