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Tons of Interviews and Coverage From The Walking Dead Cast & Crew

‘The Walking Dead’: New showrunner Scott Gimple calls season 4 ‘a greatest hits approach’

Jasmine Guy, Melissa McBride, “Breaking Bad” Team Honored

Steven Yeun: ‘The Walking Dead’ Changed Me Forever

‘The Walking Dead’: Steven Yeun On Glenn’s Governor Vendetta, ‘Epic’ Season 4 Premiere Action Scene

Tough Questions for Walking Dead Executive Producer Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead Season 4 Brings a “Smorgasbord of Threats” to Test Each Character

EW Interview With Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus

The Rise of ‘The Walking Dead’: 5 Shockers From Rolling Stone’s Cover

‘Walking Dead’s’ Robert Kirkman, Rob Zombie Reveal the Grossest Thing They’ve Ever Seen Onscreen

Interview: Chad Coleman Talks “The Walking Dead” Season 4 and “The Wire’s” Mean Streets of Baltimore vs. the Zombie Apocalypse

David Morrissey: Nobody’s Safe on ‘The Walking Dead’

Former ‘Walking Dead’ Showrunner Glen Mazzara on the Necessity of Killing Off Good Characters (Guest Column)

Hollywood’s 20 Masters of Horror: The Twisted Talents Raising the Most Hell

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 premiere: Emily Kinney says Tyreese is one to watch

Q&A – Ashley Bell (Karina in The Walking Dead – The Oath Webisodes)

T-Dog’s pro wrestling moves probably won’t be seen

Daryl ‘is coming out,’ jokes former cast member

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First Look: All Hell Breaks Loose in Trailer for TNT’s Mob City

The battle between cops and gangsters heats up in this brand new trailer for TNT’s Mob City (premiering Wednesday, Dec. 4 at 9/8c). Acclaimed Walking Dead executive producer/director Frank Darabont explores the world of 1940’s Los Angeles in this noir thriller, which also stars Dead alums Jon Bernthal and Jeffrey DeMunn. The series focuses on real-life accounts of the City of Angel’s violent criminal underworld, featuring infamous mob figures such as Mickey Cohen and Bugsy Siegel. And judging by the number of bullet-ridden bodies and bloodied faces in the trailer, the show pulls no punches with its realism.

The trailer will be screened at New York Comic Con on Saturday, in a panel moderated by TV Guide Magazine president/editor-in-chief Debra Birnbaum.