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TNT Cancels Frank Darabont's Mob City


TNT has whacked Mob City.

Frank Darabont’s follow-up to The Walking Dead launched in November to huge buzz but disappointing ratings; roughly 2 million viewers caught the two-hour opener. READ MORE

Frank Darabont's TNT Period Drama L.A. Noir Picked Up to Series

TNT Orders L.A. Noir Series

Ex-Walking Dead showrunner Frank Darabont‘s period drama L.A. Noir has officially been picked up by TNT.

The cabler has ordered a total of six episodes of the series, which stars Walking Dead‘s Jon Bernthal as an ex-Marine now working as an LAPD cop in an era rampant with police corruption. READ MORE

Neal McDonough to Star in TNT's Frank Darabont Drama L.A. Noir

CSI: NY Neal McDonough

Neal McDonough is veering away from his recent run of TV baddies with a starring role — as a cop — in Frank Darabont’s new TNT drama pilot L.A. Noir.

Described as a fast-paced period thriller (based on the acclaimed novel by the same name), the project centers on the 1940s/50s-era epic battle between … READ MORE

TVLine Items: Parks and Recreation Elects Paul Rudd, Alcatraz Meets Facts of Life and More!

PARKS AND RECREATION -- "Citizen Knope" Episode 410 -- PIctured: Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope -- Photo by: Mike Ansell/NBC

We’ve got ourselves a horse race, folks! Parks and Recreation has tapped Paul Rudd to play Leslie’s opponent in Pawnee’s hotly-contested race for City Council. READ MORE

The Walking Dead Names New Showrunner – But Will Frank Darabont Still Be Involved?


Well, that transition of power didn’t take long at all: AMC officially announced on Thursday that The Walking Dead writer-executive producer Glen Mazzara would be taking over as showrunner for Season 2, in the wake of Frank Darabont’s abrupt departure. READ MORE

Shocker: Walking Dead Showrunner Steps Down


Mere days after his scoop-filled trip to Comic-Con, The Walking Dead‘s Frank Darabont has stepped down as showrunner. READ MORE