While we have not seen a great deal of the governor in The Walking Dead season four promotional material, he will still feature quite heavily in the series. David Morrissey, who plays the role of the governor, was at comic-con, where he spoke about his role in the upcoming season.
Morrissey revealed, "Well you got a little glimpse of him just before he drove away with the two guys. He’s in a deeply traumatic place. That’s where he is. I think he has issues, he’s psychopathic and stuff, but I don’t think he does those things without consequence to his soul. He does them and they take a toll on him. He has to carry that burden."
She added, "A great for me and the season coming up was the great complex things for me to do and I’m relishing it. I’m loving it. I think it’s very surprising. I think people are going to be very surprised by what they came up with. It’s a joy to play. But it’s important to say that all these actions take a toll on I’m. He doesn’t wash them off lightly. He carries that with him."
Scott Gimple has taken over as showrunner for The Walking Dead season four and he revealed how the show will bring Tyrese to the forefront. The Walking Dead season four will premiere on AMC on October 13.