The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead executive producer Scott Gimple will succeed Glen Mazzara as the zombie drama's showrunner, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Mazzara, who replaced original showrunner Frank Darabont midway through Season 2, announced his departure last month when...
Kurt Sutter, Andrew Lincoln
Hours after news broke that The Walking Dead would be returning for a fourth season without showrunner Glen Mazzara, fellow showrunners Kurt Sutter and Shawn Ryan blasted AMC for the shocking move.
"AMC is run by small-minded, bottom-line thinkers who have no...
Andrew Lincoln, Glen Mazzara (inset)
AMC has picked up The Walking Dead for a fourth season, but the series will continue without showrunner Glen Mazzara, who has been at the helm since Season 2, the network said in a statement Friday.
"Both parties acknowledge that there is a difference of opinion about where the show should go moving forward, and conclude that it is best to part ways," AMC and Mazzara said in a joint statement. "This decision is amicable and Glen will remain on for post-production on season 3B as showrunner and executive producer."
Milo Ventimiglia is still playing hero two years after NBC pulled the plug on Heroes. While in Europe shooting the Grace Kelly movie Grace of Monaco, the actor, who will play Robert De Niro's son in the upcoming thriller Killing Season, gave me the scoop on a six-episode Web series he's exec producing and...
The ambitious L.A. noir drama developed by The Walking Dead's Frank Darabont has landed a series order at TNT. The cable network has ordered six episodes of the untitled show, which stars Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal as Joe Teague, an ex-Marine turned LAPD cop during the city's rough-and-tumble 1940s.
Neal McDonough has landed a guest-starring role on CSI: NY, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The 46-year-old actor, who most-recently recurred on Justified, will play...
The Walking Dead's Jeffrey DeMunn lives!
DeMunn will guest-star on NBC's upcoming drama Chicago Fire, Entertainment Weekly reports.
From Law & Order's Dick Wolf, Chicago Fire tells the story of the complex and heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. DeMunn will portray...
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Question: Should they just have canceled Community? NBC's decision to fire Dan Harmon from Community baffles me. Replacing the showrunner on a show with a narrative voice as unique and distinctive as Harmon's seems bound to alienate its cult audience.
Newly promoted TNT/TBS president/head of programming Michael Wright made a few new friends when he sealed a deal to pick up fan favorite comedy Cougar Town from ABC. After a quick negotiation, TBS ordered 15 episodes of the show, which will premiere its fourth season next winter. The network will also start airing Cougar Town repeats. Wright, who previously saved Southland after NBC canceled it, says there will be no changes to the sitcom. Meanwhile, over at TNT, Wright says he's eager to change the perception that the network's dramas only dabble in "self-seriousness or earnestness." Frank Darabont's L.A. Noir isn't ready to be ordered as a series, but Wright expects to air it on Sundays, where the network is specializing in genre shows like Falling Skies.
Jeffrey DeMunn, Andrew Rothenberg
Fear not, Walking Dead fans: If your favorite character gets killed off, they'll just end up on Frank Darabont's new TNT crime drama L.A. Noir.
Dead alums Jeffrey DeMunn and Andrew Rothenberg have joined the cast of the new pilot, which chronicles the dangerous underbelly of Los Angeles in the '40s and '50s, namely, the battle between gangster Mickey Cohen and L.A. police Chief William Parker.
The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal in talks to join new Frank Darabont pilot
TVGuide.com has learned that DeMunn, whose Dead character Dale died at the end of Season 2, will play...