After finally setting a December premiere date and undergoing yet another name change from 'Lost Angels' to 'Mob City,' TNT's new star-studded Frank Darabont-created period crime drama finally has a proper trailer. Featuring the likes of 'The Walking Dead''s Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey DeMunn and even Simon Pegg himself, are you ready for our best look yet at TNT's trip to 'Mob City'?
Though only a few weeks have passed since 'Falling Skies' ended its piece-shifting season 3 finale, "Brazil," production on season 4 has already picked back up for the next year of human-alien action. TNT has released the first new photo from the season, as well as an early look behind the scenes of production and a taste of the guest stars to come!
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?'
Sunday night, 'Falling Skies' season 3 came to an ultimate end in "Brazil," setting up the TNT alien actioner for its guaranteed fourth season in 2014. Before the Spielberg-executive-produced drama kicks up production on another round, however, departing showrunner Remi Aubuchon previewed the new season to come under 'Battlestar Galactica' vet David Eick, as well as a few lingering plot points from the past season.
‘Falling Skies’ season 3 rains down its 10th and final episode of the year with season 3 finale “Brazil,” where the 2nd Massachusetts find that victory over the Espheni comes with a steep price from the Volm, while Tom shares his final confrontation with Karen and receives an unexpected reunion.
Previous ‘Falling Skies’ episode “Journey to Xibalba” saw Tom Mason return to base as an explosion in Charleston trapped hundreds of survivors underground, and the identity of the mole finally came to light, so what does the season finale bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Falling Skies’'s season 3 finale episode, “Brazil”!
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.
This coming Sunday will see TNT's 'Falling Skies' coming to the close of its third season "Brazil," its extended fourth season in 2014 already assured. And while the Steven Spielberg-produced alien actioner will no doubt unleash budgetary hell on either side of the alien-human conflict, what lingering questions can we expect to be wrapped by the final episode of the season?
‘Falling Skies’ season 3 rains down its 9th and penultimate episode of the year with “Journey to Xibalba,” where Tom Mason returns to base as an explosion in Charleston traps hundreds of survivors underground, and the identity of the mole finally comes to light.
Previous ‘Falling Skies’ episode “Strange Brew” saw Tom Mason suddenly back in his old life as part of Karen's elaborate deception to extract information, so what does the latest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Falling Skies’’ season 3 penultimate episode, “Journey to Xibalba”!
TNT's alien actioner 'Falling Skies' got a bit of good news recently by way of its expanded season 4 episode order for 2014, but two more episodes remain in the third season that threaten to upend the entire war effort. This Sunday's "Journey to Xibalba" returns from fantasy-land to drop us right back in Charleston, and the latest clips tease an explosive end to the season.
'Falling Skies' had itself a banner weekend recently, going into Comic-Con 2013 already assured of a fourth season on TNT, and airing one of its more unique and better-received episodes of the series in "Strange Brew." That good fortune continues today, as we've learned that TNT intends to expand the 'Falling Skies' season 4 episode order, up from 10 episodes!