Laurie Holden, The Walking Dead

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"There will be more death!"

After one bloodbath of a season, The Walking Dead's body count will get even bigger in tonight' finale. The AMC hit closes out its third season and we got exclusive scoop on tonight's "surprising" finale from stars Laurie Holden, who plays the polarizing Andrea, and David Morrissey aka the Governor, the show's big bad!

Will the Governor make it to the prison? Will Andrea make it out of the house alive? Here's what Holden and Morrissey told us about the finale, which she says will feature "more death!"

"There's a sense of the Governor heading for the prison," Morrissey previews of tonight's outing. "But what happens? It's such a frustrating show to promote because we can't really go into that!"

So what can he actually say? "There's a real conclusion to certain stories, which is great, but in the real tradition of the show it's full of's a spectacular finale, it really is. When we read the episode, we were all, 'How are we going to shoot this?!' It's big, it's massive and it's a big ol' movie actually."

Holden adds, "There's a lot of heart in the finale and I think any unanswered questions that fans have, I think there will be a great sense of closure." As for Andrea and whether or not she'll get out of the torture chamber, she teases, "I can't tell you that, but I can tell you one thing: Andrea is a fighter and she's not ever going to be a victim." Yeah, the Governor better watch out!

The Walking Dead's finale airs tonight at 10 p.m. on AMC. Make sure to check back later for our recap!

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