The actor, who played the Governor on AMC's hit drama, will star in the second season of the Starz/BBC mystery thriller.
He joins Halle Berry, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Pierce Gagnon and Grace Gummer in the second season of the CBS sci-fi thriller.
Although viewers thought they'd seen the last of him after the bloody events of the midseason finale, a major character is expected to be back (in some capacity) when the drama resumes. Warning: Spoilers!
The Walking Dead alum David Morrissey will get behind the wheel of BBC One's upcoming thriller The Driver.
Actor David Morrissey won't confirm or deny that he's finished working on the zombie drama, despite the events of the midseason finale.
Showrunner Scott Gimple and actor David Morrissey tell fans what to expect from the trigger-happy sociopath's return to the hit AMC drama.
Where has The Governor been in Season 4 of The Walking Dead? Robert Kirkman says the hit drama had to give the character a break, but when he returns it will be "a really big, memorable moment."
David Morrissey, better known to The Walking Dead fans as The Governor, will play the lead role in AMC's new drama pilot Line of Sight.
Actor David Morrissey, who as The Governor menaced Rick and the other survivors at the Prison throughout Season 3 of The Walking Dead, will return to the AMC drama in the fall as a series regular.
When The Walking Dead returns to AMC on Feb. 10, it's going to be "an eye for an eye" between Rick Grimes and The Governor.
A new minute-long trailer for the third season of The Walking Dead suggests Rick and the other survivors have been on the road for some time following their escape from the Greene farm in the Season 2 finale.
AMC has released 35 new stills from the first three episodes of The Walking Dead's upcoming season, offering more glimpses of the key settings of the Prison and Woodbury. Season 3 debuts Oct. 14.
AMC has released 17 cast portraits for the third season of The Walking Dead featuring everyone from Danai Gurira as the fan-favorite Michonne to Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes to Michael Rooker as the returning Merle Dixon.
With exactly a month until the Oct. 14 premiere, AMC has released a new 30-second trailer and a half-dozen more images for Season 3 of the hit drama.
As part of its sneak peek at the third season of The Walking Dead, Entertainment Weekly has released new character portraits, behind-the-scenes photos and episode stills from the hit AMC drama.