Source: TV Guide
In a recent column on TVGuide.com, reporter Natalie Abrams tells readers that fans haven't seen the last of The Governor on The Walking Dead:
Don't expect to see too many familiar faces since Rick and Carl take center stage when the AMC drama returns. While Rick heals from his beating from The Governor — whom you will see again — Carl will lose something very important to him. (No, not his innocence!) In other news, it won't be long before this mystery is blown wide open.
So how could the Governor return when we saw him die in the mid-season finale? Well, there's the obvious way, of course. He could also have ghostly phone conversations with Rick for six episodes or so. Or maybe he somehow survive and comes back to battle our heroes for a third time, after a compelling filler plot where everyone on the show gets a bad case of diarrhea for half a season.
Then again, maybe Natalie Abrams has no idea what she's talking about. But she does write for TV Guide, and though no one has read TV Guide since approximately 1997, it's still a major outlet and carries some weight. In any case, the story has been making the rounds since the original column last week.
So take this with a grain of salt, but it looks like we'll be seeing David Morrissey at least one more time, easing fears that the show's storyline and character development might be moving a little too quickly.
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