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He may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten, as evidenced by this new "The Walking Dead" tribute video AMC has released in honor of the Governor. See David Morrissey and the cast and crew look back on the rise and fall of one of the show's greatest villains.
"The Walking Dead" returns to AMC on February 9, 2014.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green. The series is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Tom Luse, and Greg Nicotero.
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- Debi Moore
He first appeared in Issue #100 of The Walking Dead comics and killed off a much beloved character by wielding "Lucille," his baseball bat covered in barbed wire. We're talking, of course, about Negan, and if you're wondering when we might see him on the TV show...
Comics creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman recently chatted with EW and had the following to say about how much time might elapse between the death of the Governor and the arrival of Negan, who is the leader of the group known as The Saviors:
“Well, there was a lot of breathing room in the comics between them,” said Kirkman. “Whether or not we have the same amount of breathing room or if we do cut that down a little bit and bring him into the show a little early remains to be seen. But I definitely do think there needs to be »
- Debi Moore
We're still two months away from the return of AMC's "The Walking Dead" following its mid-season finale. TV Guide has a brief update on what to expect, saying fans of the comics can probably guess where everything will go now the prison is gone:
Rick and Carl will be on their own for a while, with Carl really needing to take a leadership role as his father grieves the potential loss of Judith and the prison.
Executive producer Scott Gimple confirms that the dynamic will shift back more towards the first season, with no safe place to hide as the survivors traverse the open road again:
"It's going to hit [Rick] in a way that we haven't seen before. If it's just the two of them, [Carl is] going to have to step up quite a bit because circumstances are wildly different and a lot will depend on him in terms of them just surviving. »
- Garth Franklin
Warning: Spoilers for the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead. If you were a loyal reader of "The Walking Dead" comics, then what happened in the midseason finale shouldn't have come as much of a shock to you. With the prison now overrun and Rick's infant daughter Judith missing, things aren't looking too bright for the show's lead character, and according to showrunner Scott Gimple, things aren't going to be better overnight. "It's going to hit [Rick] in a way that we haven't seen before," Gimple told TV Guide . "If it's just the two of them, [Carl is] going to have to step up quite a bit because circumstances are wildly different and a lot will depend on him in terms of them just surviving. They don't have an awesome, dual-layer fence and »
TV Guide has the scoop on where things pickup in the first new episode of The Walking Dead in February: If you've read the comics, you can probably guess — especially if you paid attention to the trailer. Rick and Carl will be on their own for a while, with Carl really needing to take a leadership role as his father grieves the potential loss of Judith and the prison. "It's going to hit [Rick] in a way that we haven't seen before," executive producer Scott Gimple says. "If it's just the two of them, [Carl is] going to have to step up quite a bit because circumstances are wildly different and a lot will depend on him in terms of them just surviving. They don't have an awesome, dual-layer fence and brick buildings to hide behind. They're out in the world. I'm current on the comic book, but my memory is a »
In 2013, Digital Spy has embraced all that UK and Us television has to offer - from the very best of comedy and drama, to the merely middling, to the absolute stinkers.
But now it's time to celebrate only the finest cuts - it's our top TV shows of the year, continuing now with 15-11.
15. My Mad Fat Diary
No-one quite knew what to expect when My Mad Fat Diary hit our screens at the beginning of the year, but before long we were all in love with Rae and co. From the brilliant, nostalgic '90s soundtrack to the quirky on-screen graphics and tricks; from the romances to the unashamed honesty about teenage life (good God, that period skirt), My Mad Fat Diary was utterly charming.
It had something for everyone, from goofy, adorable Archie to Tumblr-ready Finn, and who doesn't know "a Chloe"? Add to that a delicate, thoughtful »
There have been a lot of decisions and assumptions made on "The Walking Dead" Season 4 based on the reveal that Carol killed Karen and David. When Rick asked her point blank if she was the one behind the two prison murders, she confirmed it, and that led to Rick sending her away. But what if Carol wasn't the murderer after all?
There's a theory floating around that we've really gotten on board with that speculates Melissa McBride's character wasn't the one who killed the two infected prison members, but rather that it was the little girl she took on as her charge, Lizzie. This theory was seemingly reinforced by a conversation showrunner Scott Gimple had with Vulture about the moment in the midseason finale where Lizzie shoots Tara's girlfriend, Alisha, in the head.
"It seemed very natural that [Carol] would settle into the role that she did this season as »
If you’re interested in catching up on The Walking Dead or don’t own the previous seasons and want to see them again, AMC is giving you a chance later this month when they show all episodes starting on December 31st. In the official press release, they also announced plans to show all episodes of Breaking Bad over a four-day marathon:
“New York – December 4, 2013 – AMC announced today it will air two back-to-back marathons of its Emmy® Award-winning original dramas Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. A four-day Breaking Bad marathon, which kicks off at noon Et/Pt each day from Friday, December 27 through Monday, December 30, will feature every episode from the series’ critically acclaimed five seasons, making AMC the only destination for cable subscribers to watch every Breaking Bad episode for free. On New Year’s Eve day, December 31, at 9am Et/Pt, AMC will air a two-day marathon of The Walking Dead. »
- Jonathan James
The Walking Dead's third season was a supercharged frenzy of zombie dodging and killing, though some fans carped that because of all this action, not all the characters got their due. That changed the first half of this season in another of the show's course corrections: New showrunner Scott M. Gimple quickly made good on a promise to set up everyone with something substantial, from Tyreese (still looking to avenge his girlfriend’s murder) to Carol (training a grade-school army and killing sick inmates to protect the rest of the camp from their virus). In Sunday’s extra-bloody mid-season finale (stop here if you haven’t watched it yet), the Governor botched another prison takeover, but not before beheading the kindly Hershel, and sending Rick’s crew scurrying off in all different directions. On Monday afternoon, we checked in with Gimple to talk about the show’s continued transformation »
- Denise Martin
This season of The Walking Dead (based on the comic by producer Robert Kirkman) is on track to be one of the best seasons yet. It's receiving huge fan approval, and at the New York Comic Con the cast and crew gave fans some insight into the upcoming season and how they feel about their characters.
Already at the mid-season finale mark (see Alyse Wax's detailed recaps for more), we've seen the return of the Governor (David Morrissey); Carol (Melissa McBride) has been banished; and many of the new arrivals to the prison have died. It almost seemed for a time that Hershel (Scott Wilson) and/or Glenn (Steven Yeun) might die of the flu-like illness, with Maggie (Lauren Cohan) determined to join them. Carl (Chandler Riggs) is continuing to prove that – despite his father's wishes – he can protect himself and others. Michonne (Danai Gurira) is officially an irreplaceable member of the crew. »
- Nancy Greene
[Major Spoilers from the Walking Dead Mid-Season Finale Ahead]
After the heartbreak and destruction of last night’s Walking Dead mid-season finale, “Too Far Gone”, showrunner Scott Gimple didn’t just break up the relatively secure prison, splintering the survivors into small groups that are now seemingly headed in a separate direction; he smashed the show to smithereens, challenging himself and the rest of his staff to rebuild on the run.
For fans, it’s exhilarating to see someone walk up to an intricately laid out puzzle, flip it over, and start again – especially when that person sits at a desk that is built atop a trap door (four seasons, three showrunners) ...
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- Jason Tabrys
[Spoiler Alert: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead.]
He is often referred to as the moral compass of the group but that compass was sliced and diced by a katana-wielding maniac on last night’s episode of The Walking Dead. Yes, the unthinkable happened as kindly veterinarian/farmer Hershel Greene was killed by the Governor after Rick refused to acquiesce to demands that they evacuate the prison. It was a brutal slaying, with the Governor taking several chops at Hershel’s neck. (Although the Governor would be on the receiving end of that sword himself shortly after.) We spoke to the man who played Hershel, Scott Wilson, about »
- Dalton Ross
It's going to be a long, cold winter while we wait for the February 9th return of "The Walking Dead," but in the meantime we have a preview and a clip from the show's mid-season premiere to tide us over.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green.
To stay up-to-the-minute on all things walker related, follow @WalkingDead_AMC on Twitter and visit "The Walking Dead" on Facebook. For more be sure to hit up the official "The Walking Dead" page on AMC.com.
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- Debi Moore
Updated: Yeah, it’s a little slow. Normally that’s a deal-breaker. If I have to choose between character development or story momentum, I’ll take “stuff happening.” This season I finally quit HBO’s Boardwalk Empire after the sad-trombone conclusion of too many sluggish episodes that left me shouting at the TV: “Don’t just end! Give me a reason to watch next week!”
Yet what happened this fall on The Walking Dead has been pretty remarkable. The show’s latest showrunner Scott Gimple has taken a series that’s been a rather disposable fun pulp-viewing experience for the »
- James Hibberd
Fans of AMC’s hit zombie series The Walking Dead received some nail-biting teases from series supervising producer Scott M. Gimple. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Gimple teased fans about what to expect in the midseason finale titled Too Far Gone and the breathless faceoff between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his prison group and the ruthless enemy known as the Governor (David Morissey), who's back to invade their prison compound. Gimple promised fans lots of blood, something that’s really not much of a surprise. The Walking Dead producer also hinted at matters getting worse for Rick’s prison community; the chance for old scores between the Governor, Daryl (Norman Reedus) seeking revenge for his brother’s death, Michonne (Danai Gurira), a member of the prison community who killed the Governor’s zombie daughter. »
[Warning: Spoilers for The Walking Dead season 4 ahead]
Rather than spend two weeks watching the prison residents recover from a bad case of the sniffles, The Walking Dead fans have instead been given an opportunity to catch up with the Governor and find out what he’s been doing since the failed takeover. The first thing he did was grow a big beard to symbolize his depression, only to later shave it off after discovering something to live for in Lilly, Tara and Meghan Chambler.
With his new friends, a new group to settle down with and even a real name, it seemed for a while that the Governor might ...
- H. Shaw-Williams
"The Walking Dead" is bringing the first arc of Season 4 to a close with its midseason finale, "Too Far Gone." The title doesn't bode well for any of the characters on the show, especially considering the fact this season has been about whether people can truly change.
Plenty of the show's characters have tried. From Rick to the Governor, they've both intentionally and unintentionally tried to become better people. For Rick, that meant putting down the gun and picking up the hoe. For the Governor, that meant taking on a new persona and choosing a new family to care for.
But both were inexorably drawn back to the darkness they tried to stray from. While Rick hasn't become the troubled person he was in Season 3, he realized he couldn't continue to stay clear of violence if he wanted to keep those close to him safe. The Governor simply couldn't resist the draw of control, »
“I don’t escape it in my sleep,” Darabont says between sips of coffee. “I go home, and whatever amount of sleep I do get, I’m dreaming about being on set and all the thorny possible things that could happen, but it’s an abstraction of those problems. … It’s just my subconscious messing with me. It’s always been that way.”
Sitting on the floor of his Spanish-style offices in Los Feliz, Darabont takes drags off an e-cig, vaguely resembling the characters in his period drama that draws on the rich heritage of L.A. noir — except that he’s wearing one of his signature Hawaiian shirts, and his nearby iPhone is »
- AJ Marechal
The Governor is back. No matter how he tried to suppress that part of him, his true nature came bubbling back up. On tap right now is a sneak peek of next Sunday's mid-season finale, "Too Far Gone," and a couple new images from the episode.
Did we really think that the Governor had changed? Rick and the gang at the prison need a big bad to fight against, and that is what next week's episode seems to promise.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Scott Wilson, Melissa McBride, David Morrissey, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green. The series is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Tom Luse, and Greg Nicotero.
"The Walking Dead" Episode 4.08 - "Too »
- KW Low
The Walking Dead, Season 4, Episode 7: “Dead Weight”
Directed by Jeremy Podeswa
Written by Curtis Gwinn
Airs Sundays at 9pm Et on AMC
The penultimate episode of The Walking Dead season 4 proves that zombies have a limit when it comes to serving as entertainment for show-runners who continue lurching slowly down a path already worn out.
This week on The Walking Dead, Martinez sums up the theme of season four when saying, “There are some things you don’t come back from. You either live with them, or you don’t.” As hard as the writers try, season four can’t help but recycle ideas from the past – as if the writing staff themselves, are caught in a viscous cycle, desperately trying to find a way out. Scott M. Gimple and his team have no doubt done a fabulous job establishing characters (both new and old), introducing a new threat, »
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