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.
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...
Say goodbye to the farm and hello to the gritty and dangerous prison!
That's where viewers will find the survivors when The Walking Dead returns for Season 3. But don't expect the prison to be a new stronghold for Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. in the post-apocalyptic world in which the AMC series takes place. In fact, showrunner Glen Mazzara likens it to a haunted house. (Move over, American Horror Story!)
The prison isn't the only new setting. In fact, the season will be divided between the prison and the town of Woodbury, where the newly introduced villain The Governor (David Morrissey) holds court. Could that be where the missing Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) has been camped out all these months?
To get the scoop on Season 3 — and dissect the at-times controversial Season 2 — TVGuide.com turned to...
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...
The March 18 season finale of The Walking Dead, featuring an epic zombie attack on the Greene family farm and the revelation that everyone on the show is infected with the zombie virus, was so scary and shock-a-minute outrageous that it nearly made our heads explode.