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MOB CITY (2013) TV Show Trailer: Darabont + Bernthal bring Mob to TNT

Jon Bernthal Mob City

Mob City TrailerFrank Darabont‘s Mob City (2013) TV show trailer (formerly titled L.A. Noir and Lost Angels) stars Jon Bernthal, Shaun Rylee, John Pollono, Andrew Rothenberg, and James Landry Hébert. Mob City‘s plot synopsis: based on John Buntin‘s book L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America’s Most Seductive City, “Lost Angels stars Jon Bernthal as Joe Teague, an ex-Marine now working as an LAPD cop in an era rampant with police corruption. Jeffrey DeMunn plays Detective Hal Morrison, who heads the LAPD’s new mob squad, with Jeremy Strong as Detective Mike Hendry, Morrison’s second in command. Neal McDonough is Capt. William Parker, Teague’s boss who is determined to weed out corruption and bring down Cohen.

And Milo Ventimiglia plays Ned Stax, who fought alongside Teague during World War II but who now works as a lawyer with connections to the mob. The project also co-stars Ron Rifkin playing Los Angeles Mayor Fletcher Bowron, who makes it his mission to clean up corruption in city government; Pihla Viitala as Anya, the head bartender at Bunny’s on Central Avenue, the West Coast center of the black jazz scene; and Alexa Davalos as Jasmine, a beautiful woman whose past has come back to haunt her.”

Mob City also stars Amin Joseph, Michael McGrady, Edward Burns, Yorgo Constantine, Micah Parker, Kylie Rogers, and Brendan Sexton III.

Watch the Mob City TV show trailer and leave your thoughts on it, the episode one plot, and the poster below in the comments section. For more Mob City photos, videos, and information, visit our Mob City Page, subscribe to us by Email, “follow” us on Twitter, Tumblr, or “like” us on Facebook. Mob City premieres on December 4, 2013 on the TNT.

Source: Slashfilm, TNT

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