Bad news for Rick Grimes and co. on AMC's The Walking Dead. According to co-executive producer Greg Nicotero, the second-half of season three may not end well for them - because the moral of that show really is, the world has basically ended and just when you think things can't possibly get any worse, they do.
"We've established a certain scenario on our show where nobody is safe -- and certainly in the back-half of our season, it doesn't get easy for anybody," Nicotero told reporters at the Golden Globes. "We have the whole Woodbury community with the Governor (David Morrissey) and our principal cast. We'll probably end our season minus a castmember or two."
Additionally, Nicotero revealed that Andrea (Laurie Holden) will be at the forefront of season three's second-half, and will be seeing the Governor in a new light very soon. "Andrea's eyes are now opening; she had no idea that Rick and the others were still alive. Now she's learning that the group is not only alive but that one of her friends has been captured by the man she's been romantically involved with. Her head is exploding...there's going to be a real redefinition of the Governor to Andrea in the second part of the season."
The Walking Dead returns for the second-half of season three on February 10th.
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[via The Hollywood Reporter]
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