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Mob City Trailer Teases “This City Owns You”

By on November 18, 2013

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Men like Bugsy Siegel and Mickey Cohen think they own this town, but they’ve got it wrong. This city owns you.

So goes the logline from  this latest promo trailer for TNT’s upcoming Mob City.

The new series kicks off on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), and comes from Frank Darabont (The Walking Dead), who wrote and directed the opening episode and serves as executive producer on the series.

Look out for a bevy of familiar faces including Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Neal McDonough (Captain America), Alexa Davalos (Clash of the Titans), Jeffrey DeMunn (The Walking Dead), Gregory Itzin (24), Robert Knepper (Prison Break), Jeremy Luke (Don Jon) and Ed Burns (Entourage).

Also check back for our exclusive interview with Jeremy Luke (who takes on the role of Mickey Cohen) coming soon!

Details on the series’ first two episodes, along with that trailer, follow below.

Pilot: “A Guy Walks Into A Bar” – Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Hecky Nash (guest star Simon Pegg) bribes police detective Joe Teague (Jon Bernthal) to protect him during a dangerous blackmail scheme involving the Los Angeles mob. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to bring down one of the city’s most infamous mobsters, the Los Angeles police force looks to Teague for key information in hopes of crippling the heart of L.A.’s organized crime.

Written and Directed by Frank Darabont

Based on the book L.A. Noir by John Buntin

Created by Frank Darabont

“Reason to Kill A Man” – Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

Hal Morrison (Jeffrey DeMunn) and Captain William Parker (Neal McDonough) interrogate Jasmine (Alexa Davalos) in a desperate attempt to gain insight into Hecky Nash’s blackmail scheme. Keeping a close eye on Jasmine, Joe discovers she’s hiding a secret that could cost her her life. Meanwhile, Sid  (Robert Knepper) and Terry (guest star Richard Brake) get a tip that leads to a violent display of revenge.

Written and Directed by Frank Darabont

Based on the book L.A. Noir by John Buntin

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