Frank Darabont’s TNT miniseries is noir without nuance, but gorgeous to look at.
He says "truly malevolent people" got him ousted.
Formerly titled L.A. Noir and Lost Angeles.
Better than no episodes.
You can almost officially get excited about all the big names who've come aboard.
Dead Dale and Dead Jim join Dead Shane.
Picture Pegg in forties Los Angeles.
It's Milo Ventimiglia. He was on Gilmore Girls, too.
This new batch of episodes will be more cinematic, and the show will move more quickly, he promises.
What would've happened in Season 2, and what really happened to Frank Darabont.
It's set in the forties and fifties.
"Frank basically made it clear that everyone associated with the show should continue."
Were the scribes all fired? Or did they just have other plans? Sources weigh in.
We use the original comics to show the different kinds of undead threats.
"Can you believe what we're getting away with? It's awesome!"
Plus: Betty White, stair master.
Slack-jawed, red-eyed zombie is the part this man was born to play.
AMC has given the thumbs-up for a show based on Robert Kirkman's awesome comic-book series 'The Walking Dead.'
Plus: Beer! Zombies! Mobsters!