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I had a little hiatus on The Walking Dead and we filmed that pilot. So I’m waiting to see. But I like The Walking Dead. I am part of The Walking Dead. I really hope to make it to season 5 of The Walking Dead. I don’t know what’s going to happen — that’s an AMC decision, not mine. But I really consider myself to be a Walking Dead actor, and I consider myself to be the Governor and that’s where I am with this at the moment. That was a nice little break for me, and I hope it happens, but I don’t know how it will happen. It’s been made very clear to me that this is my show. The Walking Dead is my show and I’m very proud of it and I want to be a part of that. Suffice it to say I am a Walking Dead actor and that is the show that I employed to do, and the show I love.
The Walking Dead’s David Morrissey is busy assuring everyone that the pilot he’s filmed for AMC does not necessarily mean that the Governor’s going to die:
He slaughtered his own people. When he gets in that truck [at the end of Season 3], he’s not grinning, he’s not smiling and laughing, he has no mustache to twirl. It looks like he just might have destroyed himself.
|—||The Walking Dead Showrunner Scott Gimple said regarding the Governor’s psyche:|
The Walking Dead News
Even though the trailer didn’t focus on the Governor, season 4 will have two “standalone Governor” episodes, likely in the first eight episodes of the season.