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While much has been made of the West Georgia Correctional Facility being the big new locale for season 3 of The Walking Dead, plenty of action will also be taking place just a few miles away in the town of Woodbury, GA. And who better to provide intel on said town than the man who runs it? We sat down with the actor who plays the Governor, David Morrissey, to get his take on a place that may not be as wonderful as it seems on the surface.

“It’s an oasis in this madness,” says Morrissey. “Although it looks like a fortress, there’s aspects of it that look very idyllic, which are idyllic in this world. That comes at a cost.” What that cost is remains to be seen, but we already know that Andrea and Michonne will end up at the town, and that a confrontation will eventually take place between the prison and Woodbury contingents. So not everything is hunky-dory. To hear more from Morrissey on what to expect from Woodbury, check out the video below. And for more Walking Dead scoop, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss.

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The Walking Dead

AMC's zombie thriller, based on the classic comic book serial created by Robert Kirkman.

type
  • TV Show
seasons
  • 10
rating
  • TV-14
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creator
  • Frank Darabont
network
  • AMC
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