It's here! It changed its name again, but it's finally here! The first trailer for Frank Darabont's TNT crime drama 'Mob City' (formerly 'Lost Angels,' 'L.A. Noir') has finally arrived, and proven every bit as gritty and cool as we'd hoped. The cable network has begun billing 'Mob City' as an "event series" with a December 4 premiere though, so might this be our only stay in 'Mob City?'
It's been a good long while since 'The Walking Dead' showrunner Frank Darabont left the AMC drama and went on to plot period piece 'Lost Angels' at TNT, and longer still since we'd known when the drama would premiere. With the first six episodes largely in the can, the cast and crew recently met to discuss the future possibilities of the former 'L.A. Noir' series, and future name changes in store.
'24' fans still eagerly await news of the first castings from 2014 revival '24: Live Another Day,' but for now, we can take comfort in the fact that one of its fan-favorite fallen characters is returning to TV. Louis Lombardi has joined the ranks of TNT's forthcoming period noir drama 'Lost Angels' (formerly ‘L.A. Noir‘) in an important recurring role, though the series has yet to set an official premiere date.
Prior to the Upfronts we were worried that progress had slowed on TNT's forthcoming noir series 'Lost Angels,' but with filming set to commence this summer, more and more announcements have arrived. Ed Burns will join the series in a recurring role, while former 'Prison Break' and 'Cult' star Robert Knepper has been upped to series regular, but whom will each play?
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from TNT's Frank Darabont-helmed noir drama ‘Lost Angels‘ (formerly ‘L.A. Noir‘), so much so that we'd nearly forgotten the Upfronts passed without any mention of the series. Now set to film its first season in the coming summer months, the period piece has added 'Ghostbusters' star Ernie Hudson in a recurring role, but as whom?
Ever since Frank Darabont made his controversial exit from 'The Walking Dead,' we've been intrigued to see what TV projects the director would tackle next. We've long heard about Darabont's TNT follow-up, the ambitious period gangster drama 'L.A. Noir' featuring a host of stars alongside 'Walking Dead' alum Jon Bernthal and Jeffrey DeMunn, but we were surprised to learn after the pick-up the series might change its title. Well, it seems they've settled on 'Lost Angels' as the new moniker, but find out more about the controversy inside!