There is no denying that The Walking Dead is one of the best shows on television at the moment and fans have been getting increasingly excited about what the second half of season three has to bring. Now, David Morrissey has teased fans about what the second half of The Walking Dead season three has in store for his character The Governor.
Morrissey was talking to Collider, when he explained, "That’s what the second half of the season will explore. He’s in quite a dark place. He’s angry at the world. He’s closing down. But, there are people around him, like Andrea and Milton, who can maybe rescue his humanity and remind him of the things from his past. That will be the fight, going forward."
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman recently spoke about the second half of season three of The Walking Dead, when he admitted that we will finally get to see David Morrissey's The Governor go head to head with Andrew Lincoln's Rick.
The second half of The Walking Dead season three is set to return to AMC, with the ninth episode of the season, which is titled The Suicide King, on February 10 at 9/8c.