The Walking Dead executive producer Scott Gimple will succeed Glen Mazzara as the zombie drama's showrunner, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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When Carrie confronted Brody for being a terrorist on Homeland; when Quinn Perkins' identity was revealed on Scandal; when Lori died on The Walking Dead; when American Horror Story: Asylum revealed who Bloody Face was: All of these things happened within the first five episodes of each of these series this season. Suffice it to say, the fall TV season has been full-steam ahead, with series diving straight into some of their biggest mysteries at such a breakneck speed, it has left fans wondering — and anticipating -- how the shows will top these events for the remainder of the season. Does this make speed the new suspense on television?
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The NBC cop drama has cast former True Blood star Lindsay Pulsipher to play the recurring role of Kim Rollins, the younger sister of Kelli Giddish's detective, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Kim, who was first referenced last season, will arrive in New York unexpectedly and will create all kinds of trouble for her older sister....