‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 Spoilers, Episode 1: The Governor Very Different From Season 3? Character Deaths Revealed, AMC Zombies Until 2022, New Weapons
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"Yeah, he's still very much in the mix. That's certainly not the last that we'll see of him. When we see him again and where we see him again, that's the big question," series creator Robert Kirkman told IGN. "It's not going to be like it was in Season 3; it's not going to be Rick and the Governor on a collision course with a conflict between them. He'll be used in very different ways next season."
Kirkman also revealed what else we are expected to see in season 4.
"I'll say that there are a lot of familiar elements that are remaining. Michonne is still around, Rick and his group are still in the prison, the Governor's still out there... so there are a lot of things that are carrying over from Season 3 to Season 4, but I can't stress how different things are going to be," Kirkman said.
What about main character deaths? We all know that Kirkman will show no mercy when it comes to killing off characters like Rick Grimes (which fans are definitely not happy about).
"Who's dying and when they're dying is all worked out very early on as we're plotting out the entire season," Kirkman said. "It's something that we always know where we're going with it."
New details reveal that popular AMC show may never end as soon as we think.
"We hope that zombies live forever and we've just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like so that we'll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over ...," said AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan on Wednesday, May 22, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
So that basically means a long time.
New weapons will also be here next season.
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May 26, 2013 12:32 PM EDT