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It's been two and a half years since AMC gave Frank Darabont the boot from The Walking Dead, the ratings juggernaut that still puts Sunday Night Football to shame. It's the largest gap on his resume since the early '00s, when he took six years to adapt Steven King's 1980 novella The Mist for the silver screen. Now he's back with Mob City, TNT's tense, fast-moving mini-series about 1940's Los Angeles. The script is colorful yet succinct – "the bad guys wear flashy shoes" – with violent visuals that call to »


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