Frank Darabont has traded zombies for mobsters.
The former Walking Dead showrunner's latest project is Mob City, based on the John Buntin book L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America's Most Seductive City. The book focuses on the battle between gangster Mickey Cohen (Jeremy Luke) and legendary L.A. Police Chief William Parker (Neal McDonough), but the series features a younger Cohen who served as a right-hand man to infamous gangster Bugsy Siegel (Ed Burns).
Watch a sneak peek of Frank Darabont's new TNT drama Mob City
The idea for TNT's new drama (Wednesday, 9/8c) was born out of...
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Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead drew 12.1 million viewers, according to AMC.
Although the capper was down from the Season 4 premiere (16.1 million viewers), it was up 29 percent from last year's midseason finale. Analysis show Talking Dead set a new record, with 6 million viewers.
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The Walking Dead ended the first half of Season 4 with a bang — literally.
After The Governor (David Morrissey) tried and failed to take the prison without any bloodshed, he...
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The Governor did not come in peace during The Walking Dead's midseason finale.
On Sunday's episode, The Governor (David Morrissey) rallies his new community to capture the prison. But Lilly (Audrey Marie Anderson) isn't too happy with his plan to take it by force, especially since...
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The Walking Dead may have already tipped its hand.
The return of The Governor (David Morrissey) has brought the group full circle to the events of last season: Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group are severely weakened and the dastardly former leader of Woodbury has come knocking at their door. But where The Governor's assault on the prison last season was subpar to the comics, this time around, the comics could actually be driving the storyline much closer than some eagle-eyed viewers may have realized...
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Greek alum Andrew J. West is joining The Walking Dead in what could become a series regular role, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Few details are known about...
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The Walking Dead finally answered the question of whether The Governor (David Morrissey) could actually fundamentally change his ways and be a good guy. The answer is...
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The Governor has returned! But he may not be the same sadistic, maniacal and ruthless leader of Woodbury that we remember.
Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead (9/8c, AMC) will actually flash back to where we left off with The Governor (David Morrissey) after he slaughtered most of the residents of Woodbury, fleeing into the ether for who knows where last season until he suddenly appeared outside of the prison in last week's episode. But Morrissey insists that viewers should keep an open mind about The Governor's return. Find out what's in store: