Walking Dead fans are foaming at the mouth for the second half of the intense third season, which kicks off Sunday on AMC.
The TV spin of the horror zombie genre has garnered a strong following in the past few years and some if its cast members recently hinted at what's to come.
At the mid-season premiere event at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in North Hollywood on Tuesday, Laurie Holden (Andrea) and David Morris (Philip) shared with Access Hollywood what's in store for their characters.
Andrea got separated from the main cast at the end of season two and wandered into a small town inhabited by other surviving humans. That's where she met and fell for Philip, who runs the community under the name of the Governor and gradually developed into the show's main antagonist.
The middle of the season ended with a cliffhanger when Andrea's former group found the town and got off to a rocky (and violent) start with the Governor and his clan.