AMC announced that they will be completely re-shooting the Season 3 finale after outrage from fans. Executive Producer and Comic Book Creator Robert Kirkman was quoted saying:
I’ve really let the fans down. I earned their trust with the books and my greed has completely ruined the quality of the show. I promise to make this right again.
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She’s really in a tough situation in that her relationship with the Governor — from her perspective — has completely deteriorated; she’s starting to see the cracks forming. She does have a bit of an advantage in that they have this relationship… and that is allowing her to work against him and to try save the people of Woodbury.
Andrea questions what she’s doing in Woodbury and learns the Governor assaulted Maggie. Why doesn’t she take Hershel up on his offer to rejoin the group?
It’s a very difficult decision for her to make but she is invested in the idea of Woodbury. Despite everything that the Governor has done, she sees that this community has value and has good people. As much as she may want to save the lives of the people in the prison, it is equally important to her to not watch these poor people be marched into war for next to no reason. She’s very invested in keeping those people safe. That’s what’s keeping her there.
Andrea also doesn’t tell Milton that the Governor completely dismissed her attempt at peace and only wants Rick’s surrender. Why?
She doesn’t know who to trust at this point. She likes Milton (Dallas Roberts) and could possibly see him as an ally — but she’s still struggling with what to do in the situation, and still figuring things out on her own. She’s going to keep things pretty close to the vest at this point.
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I’m afraid there may be a casualty or more still to be experienced by the end of this season. We’ll see.
Will this Woodbury vs. the prison storyline be resolved by the end of the season? Season 1 was the set up and going to the CDC, season 2 was about the farm, and season 3 has been the prison and Woodbury. Should we expect a new setting next season?
That would certainly appear to be settling into a cycle. I don’t want to give anything away because we have some really cool stuff planned for the finale, but I will say that there is a resolution to the storyline at the end of the season, as people would expect. It becomes a whole complete story that you’ve been able to experience over the course of season 3. And It will set things up nicely for season 4. There are new places to go in season 4, but whether or not that means a new setting or new story direction or simply new characters I can’t really nail down any specifics.
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|—||The Walking Dead Comics creator Robert Kirkman discusses the direction of the rest of the season|
The brains behind the Walking Dead comic, Robert Kirkman, has nabbed a new development deal with Fox International Channels. Fox isn’t releasing a series title or any details other than the fact that this new show will be about the world of exorcism. But knowing Kirkman, we’re just going to assume that this series will be bloody — and that’s a good thing.
Here’s the full press release:
Los Angeles– 4 March 2013 – FOX International Channels (FIC),The Walking Dead Creator/Executive Producer Robert Kirkman, Kirkman’s Skybound imprint at Image Comics, and Circle of Confusion are developing a script based on Kirkman’s upcoming comic book series set in the world of exorcism. This partnership emerged from a long-standing and successful relationship between Kirkman and FIC during the ongoing run of AMC’s hit series, The Walking Dead, based on Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series, on which FIC is international partner.
Told through the Kirkman prism, the series follows a young man, Kyle Barnes, who has been plagued by
possession since he was a child. Now an adult, he embarks on a spiritual journey to find answers but what he
uncovers could mean the end of life on Earth as we know it. Kirkman will serve as executive producer alongsideThe Walking Deadexecutive producer David Alpert of Circle of Confusion.
Kirkman states, “Sharon Tal Yguado and the entire team at FOX International Channels have been instrumental
in making The Walking Dead the worldwide success that it has become. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to
continue working with this forward-thinking and extremely talented group.”
“Exorcism has captivated movie audiences all over the world but has never been explored on television,” said
Sharon Tal Yguado, EVP Global Scripted Programming and Original Development at FIC. “Robert Kirkman, who
forever changed the scope of Cable TV with The Walking Dead, possesses an unparalleled talent of telling big
concept stories in a smart and incredibly genuine way. We couldn’t be more excited to be working with him on this project, which we see
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