The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal is in talks to appear in an episode of NBC's Harry's Law, TVLine.com reports.
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Neal McDonough will star in TNT's drama pilot LA Noir, Deadline reports.
Exclusive: Frank Darabont on his new TNT show and leaving The Walking Dead
The project, which will be written and directed by former Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont, is about the decades-long conflict between the LAPD and the L.A. mob. McDonough will play former LAPD chief William Parker, who's dedicated to taking corruption out of the police department.
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers about AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic book series that inspired it. Read at your own risk.]
Given recent headlines, some fans of AMC's The Walking Dead may have been expecting the death of a certain major character. But on Sunday's episode, an entirely different character bit the big one instead...
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers about AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic book series it originated from.]
AMC may have just spoiled what might turn out to be the worst-kept TV secret of 2012.
On the AMC website early Thursday, The Walking Dead's second season limited edition Blu-ray set was being promoted. One problem: The item's description included a major spoiler, touting that the bonus features include...
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"I'm not the good guy anymore."
Those words are spoken by The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes during one of several intense conversations on Sunday's episode (9/8c, AMC) of the zombie drama. According to series star Andrew Lincoln, he's been waiting a long time to hear his character say just that.
The Walking Dead boss: Lori has become Lady Macbeth
Lincoln tells TVGuide.com his favorite part of the graphic novel series that inspired the show was watching Rick devolve from the upstanding sheriff's deputy to a man willing to do almost anything to survive during lawless, zombie-infested times. That transformation is about to happen on-screen...
Heroes alum Milo Ventimiglia has signed on to star in Frank Darabont's new TNT drama pilot L.A. Noir, Deadline reports.
The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal in talks to join new Frank Darabont pilot
The drama 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. Ventimiglia will play...
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk. ]
Lori has come a long way from housewife-turned-zombie apocalypse survivor. Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead proved she would do just about anything to keep her family intact, even if it means planting the seed in husband Rick's head that his best friend Shane needs to die.
TVGuide.com turned to executive producer and showrunner Glen Mazzara to get the scoop on Lori's "foolish decision." Plus: What will the future hold for Shane, who's long outlived his comic book counterpart? Find out below:
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Spoiler alert? We may need to get ready to mourn the death of Shane on The Walking Dead...
Jon Bernthal is reportedly in early talks to join Walking Dead executive producer Frank Darabont's new TNT series pilot L.A. Noir, according to Variety.
The show would chronicle...
Frank Darabont has been quiet since being fired from AMC's The Walking Dead last summer — but now he has something to talk about.
Fans of The Walking Dead were stunned last year when, just days after appearing at Comic-Con, the network severed ties with executive producer Darabont (who was replaced at the top by veteran producer Glen Mazzara). Both Darabont and AMC declined to discuss the reasons for his departure at the time, but it was widely believed to center on budget issues.
Nearly six months after he was fired as the executive producer of AMC's The Walking Dead, Frank Darabont is busy developing a new drama project — this time at rival TNT.
TNT has given a pilot order to L.A. Noir, which takes a look inside the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles cops and villains in the 1940s and 1950s, the heyday of L.A. noir and scandals (such as the Black Dahlia). Darabont will write and direct the pilot.