Credit: bigbaldhead on Instagram Photo: David Morrissey (The Governor) Flips Off the Camera

David Morrissey’s (The Governor) plane crash drama isn't gonna fly with AMC.

According to Deadline, the network passed on the Line of Sight pilot, which starred The Walking Dead actor as "a National Transportation Safety Board investigator who survives a mysterious plane crash, bringing him on an emotionally disorienting quest to discover the accident’s cause."

It sounded intriguing to us, and it was the first sci-fi project to get a green light at AMC. Co-producer Fox TV Studios reportedly plans to shop the pilot to another network.

AMC already has The Walking Dead spin-off coming, plus a bunch of other shows in the works, including two other pilots — one set in 18th century London and another post-apocalyptic show called Galyntine. It's just weird that AMC is OK running a reality TV show about competitive arm wrestling (Game of Arms) but not a plane crash drama starring one of its own featured actors.

Hopefully Line of Sight will be picked up by another network — maybe FX or a premium cable network like HBO or Showtime. Or maybe PBS? Between Sherlock and Downton Abbey, it's making a big name for itself with quality shows, so why not steal this one from AMC?

Are you surprised or disappointed that AMC passed on Line of Sight? Do you think you’d watch it if it aired on another network? Share your thoughts below!

Source: Deadline