The Walking Dead
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's The Walking Dead midseason finale. Read at your own risk!]
The Walking Dead ended the first half of Season 4 with a bang — literally.
After The Governor (David Morrissey) tried and failed to take the prison without any bloodshed, he...
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead and the comics that the AMC series is based on. Read at your own risk.]
The Walking Dead may have already tipped its hand.
The return of The Governor (David Morrissey) has brought the group full circle to the events of last season: Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group are severely weakened and the dastardly former leader of Woodbury has come knocking at their door. But where The Governor's assault on the prison last season was subpar to the comics, this time around, the comics could actually be driving the storyline much closer than some eagle-eyed viewers may have realized...
The Governor has returned! But he may not be the same sadistic, maniacal and ruthless leader of Woodbury that we remember.
Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead (9/8c, AMC) will actually flash back to where we left off with The Governor (David Morrissey) after he slaughtered most of the residents of Woodbury, fleeing into the ether for who knows where last season until he suddenly appeared outside of the prison in last week's episode. But Morrissey insists that viewers should keep an open mind about The Governor's return. Find out what's in store:
As if a killer flu, killer zombies and the threat of a killer Governor roaming in the wind wasn't enough, now The Walking Dead's rag-tag group of survivors are facing the threat of an actual killer inside the prison walls.
The fourth season kicked off with a mysterious flu claiming one of the Woodbury transplants. But when Karen Karen (Melissa Ponzio) and another guy (let's just call him Red Shirt, shall we?) also died, it became clear the flu wasn't the cause. Instead, Tyreese (Chad Coleman) discovered their dead and burned bodies in the prison yard.
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So, who killed them? "There...
Josh Charles and Julianna Margulies
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There are no safe places on The Walking Dead.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the survivors learned that the hard way over the course of the first two episodes as a flu ravaged through the prison. As if that wasn't enough, now there's a vicious murderer roaming the halls!
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Scott Wilson and Andrew Lincoln
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