Shawshank Redeption director and Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont's new show--first called L.A. Noir, then Lost Angels, before finally being dubbed Mob City so it would sound most like a knock-off Facebook game--has premiered its first teaser. The six-episode series airs on TNT starting December 4, and stars Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal, Neal McDonough, Ed Burns, and, from this trailer, apparently Simon Pegg as the cops and criminals fighting for Los Angeles in the years after the second World War. As we now know, the territory was eventually ceded to a human-like alien race of stretched faces and drastic proportions, but this could be an interesting history lesson nonetheless. Here's the sneak peek:
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