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.
More details are emerging about the bizarre death of Sons of Anarchy's Johnny Lewis this week.
Police believe Lewis, who is suspected of killing his 81-year-old landlady, Catherine Davis, before he fell off a roof and died Wednesday, also beat and dismembered Davis' cat, TMZ reports.
Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the Golden Globes:
17. Best Dose of Irreverence: Prankster Tina Fey can't resist photo-bombing good friend/competition Amy Poehler as her name is read among the nominees for Best Comedy/Musical TV Actress.
16. Most Endearing Acceptance Speech: Ludovic Bource, who wins Best Film Score for The Artist, begins his speech by apologizing for being French. His charming English acceptance speech, though, loses nothing in the translation. "I'm better with music than words," he says tentatively. "Right now if I were to write a song, it would be a tap-dance number." He seals the speech with a big sweet kiss for his family.
It's a good news, bad news day at HBO: The cable channel has renewed freshman series Enlightened, but opted to cancel Sunday night comedies Hung, How to Make it in America, and Bored to Death.
Get ready to be Board and Bored.
Boardwalk Empire will kick off HBO's fall season, debuting...