Hoo, boy. Last week I wondered if the all-new, all-pretty-good Scott Gimple-run Walking Dead could pull off a miracle and make the Governor threatening. As it turns out, The Walking Dead still can't even make the Governor interesting.
David Morrissey is one of the best things about The Walking Dead as the one-eyed martinet, the Governor. But now Morrissey has been cast as the lead in a new AMC science fiction series, Line of Sight. Could this mean he'll disappear from the zombie wasteland?
What is this weird new "threat" everyone is talking about dealing with in the fourth season of Walking Dead? We asked the Governor (David Morrissey), and what he told us made us very scared indeed.
We saw Michonne a few weeks back — now check out the first photo of actor David Morrissey as the villainous Governor. I was hoping he'd have more of that "Evil Bob Seger" look, but we'll reserve judgment until we see him in action.
Forget the zombies, the sadistic Governor of Woodbury is the scariest thing about The Walking Dead. So who has the evil stones to portray the zombie-baiting, limb-chopping madman? AMC has found its Governor in an actor who will be familiar to Doctor Who fans.
Unconvinced that David Morrissey will make a good Next Doctor? The cover to the Christmas edition of Britain's Radio Times may change your mind by demonstrating that, if nothing else, he's got the hand gesture down. Also, Dervla Kirwan channels her best Miranda Richardson as the villainous Miss Hartigan. Click through…
David Morrissey, who's guest-starring in this year's Doctor Who Christmas Special as a character called The Doctor, seems to be enjoying the speculation that he will officially take over the role following David Tennant's departure at the end of next year, telling reporters that he's exactly what the show's producers…