Why Jon Bernthal Followed His Walking Dead Boss Frank Darabont to TNT's Noir Mob City
There is still blood being shed, to be sure. But TNT’s Mob City is about as far from The Walking Dead‘s post-apocalyptic environs as Jon Bernthal could get.
Adapted by onetime Walking Dead boss Frank Darabont from the acclaimed book L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America’s Most Seductive City, the three-week/six-hour series …READ MORE
Walking Dead Finale Post Mortem: Robert Kirkman Talks [Spoiler]'s Return, Defends Andrea
Warning: If you have yet to watch this week’s midseason finale of The Walking Dead, avery your eyes. Everyone else, you may proceed…
Sunday’s Walking Dead midseason finale featured gunfights galore, exploding …READ MORE
Frank Darabont's TNT Period Drama L.A. Noir Picked Up to 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
Exclusive: Harry's Law Courts Walking Dead Man Jon Bernthal For Season-Ending Stint
In what would mark his first TV appearance since getting zombified by Rick on The Walking Dead, Jon Bernthal is nearing a deal to guest star in an explosive May sweeps episode of Harry’s Law, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Bernthal would play …READ MORE
The 10 Most Underrated TV Performances of 2011
When you think back on the year’s standout small-screen performances, no doubt you’ll think of Madeleine Stowe’s turn as a hot, hot piece of ice on Revenge. You’ll recall the Jim Parsons/Mayim Bialik tag team on The Big Bang Theory. You’ll hail the cast of Modern Family (possibly, in particular, in the warp-speed Christmas episode).
But since the holidays are a time for reflection, why not take TVLine’s lead and consider a few performances that you might have overlooked the first time around? READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY