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Justified star Walton Goggins is developing a new series about the world of Mexican drug cartels for Fox titled Gringo. Goggins is teaming up with writer Adam Fierro (The Shield) to help develop the series.
The story is set to revolve around an American cop who moves south of the border with his Mexican wife and gets caught up in the cartel wars. Both Goggins and Fierro co-wrote the story and will serve as executive producers on the series.
Goggins has always been a very underrated actor so it’s good to see him branch out and get into creating his own series, which I would love to see him be the star. You can currently catch Walton Goggins as the ruthless Boyd Crowder on the FX series Justified but you might know him best as Shane Vendrell from The Shield. Adam Fierro has written not only for The Shield »
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The story revolves around an American cop who moves south of the border with his Mexican wife and ends up caught in the middle of the cartel wars.
Goggins and Fierro co-wrote the story, while Fierro will pen the script and both will executive produce. Goggins is not currently attached for an onscreen role.
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“Gringo” revolves around an American cop who moves south of the border with his Mexican wife and gets caught up in the cartel wars. Fox has given the project a script order.
Goggins (pictured) and Fierro, an alum of “The Shield” and “The Walking Dead,” co-wrote the story, with Fierro penning the teleplay. The pair will serve as exec producers. Goggins’ manager, Darris Hatch, is on board as co-exec producer. It’s unclear whether Goggins is eying “Gringo” as a starring vehicle.
At present Goggins co-stars with Timothy Olyphant on the FX/Sony Pictures TV drama “Justified,” where he has impressed in the role of rural crime kingpin Boyd Crowder. Like Fierro, Goggins logged several seasons on FX’s “The Shield” prior to “Justified. »
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Justified star Walton Goggins is reuniting with a familiar face for a drama at Fox. Goggins will reteam with The Shield executive producer Adam Fierro to develop a cop drama set up at Fox, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Gringo will revolve around an American cop who moves south of the border with his Mexican wife and ends up caught in the middle of the cartel wars. Photos: Cowboys and Bad Guys on the Set of 'Justified' Goggins and Fierro, who worked together when the former starred on FX's The Shield from 2004 to 2008, co-wrote the story with the latter,
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