Production on the fourth season of the zombie apocalypse series "The Walking Dead" began this week in Atlanta, AMC announced.
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British actor David Morrissey will reprise his role of the power-mad Governor on Season 4 of "The Walking Dead," EW.com reported.
About 12.4 million viewers tuned in for the Season 3 finale of the Georgia-set zombie drama "The Walking Dead" Sunday night, AMC announced Monday.
AMC says it has renewed its Georgia-set zombie drama "The Walking Dead" for a fourth season but executive producer Glen Mazzara won't be returning.
Executive producer Robert Kirkman says "The Walking Dead" won't flash back to explain how the Georgia-set show's zombie outbreak began.
British actor David Morrissey says he is pleased his TV movies "Thorne: Sleepyhead" and "Thorne: Scaredy Cat" will finally be seen by an American audience.
U.S. cable network Encore says it plans to air small-screen adaptations of Mark Billingham's best-selling novels "Sleepyhead" and "Scaredy Cat" in June.
British actor David Morrissey will join the cast of "The Walking Dead" for the zombie drama's third season, AMC said Friday.
Outgoing "Doctor Who" star David Tennant says British actress and pop singer Billie Piper could be the next titular Time Lord on the series.