AMC has ordered the pilot White City, which follows Western diplomats and journalists in Afghanistan, the network announced Friday.
From Criminal Minds and Low Winter Sun writer Chris Mundy, White Cityfeatures Jon Liston, who goes against advice and overreaches in an attempt to talk with insurgent leaders. The fallout of his decision forces Jon to find a new role in Kabul as he begins to question whether there's any good for him or any Westerner to do in Afghanistan.
Mark Strong and Lennie James
In a summer-TV landscape awash with conflicted baddies, wayward heroes and horrific crimes, AMC's new dirty-cop drama Low Winter Sun adds a generous amount of blood, guilt and paranoia.
Lennie James, Mark Strong
It's fitting that Low Winter Sun, AMC's gritty adaptation of the 2006 British miniseries about crooked cops, is premiering immediately after Breaking Bad this Sunday. Both shows are examinations of deeply flawed men fumbling their way through situations that cause both the characters and viewers to question their own notions of morality.
Breaking Bad will return with the show's final eight episodes on Sunday, Aug. 11 at 9/8c, AMC announced on Wednesday. The network also announced a live weekly after-show called Talking Bad.
Following Breaking Bad will be the premiere of Low Winter Sun, a contemporary story of deception, revenge and corruption in a world where the line between cops and criminals is blurred. Mark Strong (Zero Dark Thirty) and Lennie James (The Walking Dead) star, with Criminal Minds' Chris Mundy as executive producer and writer. Talking Dead will debut immediately after at 11/10c and will analyze and dissect the details of Breaking Bad's final season.
AMC released a first-look trailer Thursday for its upcoming drama series Low Winter Sun, which will premiere this summer.
AMC has ordered Low Winter Sun to series, the network announced Friday.
From Chris Mundy (Criminal Minds, Cold Case), the series is a...
AMC has ordered two drama pilots, one from Criminal Minds and Cold Case producer Chris Mundy and one produced by Scandal star Tony Goldwyn, the cable channel announced Thursday.
Low Winter Sun, from writer-producer Mundy and...
Forest Whitaker fervently circles a grand dining-room table in a stately Pasadena home, swooping around to view the room's layout from different angles. While he's absorbing every detail, everybody else is focused on the fact that at the head of the table is an actress playing a corpse in a state of extreme decomposition.
Whitaker, who won an Oscar for The Last King of Scotland, stars as FBI special agent Sam Cooper in Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, the new spin-off of the wildly popular CBS series. While other actors simply want to hit their marks, he's seeking out thematic nuances and offering sharp, emotional performance variations during rehearsals — for a scene featuring a decomposing female corpse.
Executive producer and showrunner Chris Mundy is leaving the Criminal Minds spin-off and will be replaced by Edward Allen Bernero, who runs the original series, a source tells TVGuide.com.
Bernero will continue to serve as executive producer and showrunner on the mothership while attempting ...
Kirsten Vangsness, Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds co-star Kirsten Vangsness will pull double duty this TV season: Vangsness' quirky computer tech Penelope Garcia will also appear on the Minds spin-off as a series regular, CBS announced Monday.
See photos of the Criminal Minds cast
As we previously reported, Vangsness was in negotiations to appear on both shows though it was unclear how often she would appear on the spin-off, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior...