In its effort to branch out into serialized dramas, TNT has given a series greenlight to its Frank Darabont crime drama set in 1940s Los Angeles.
Turner is shuffling its execs, promoting Brett Weitz to senior VP of scripted development and shifting Lillah McCarthy and Kathy Busby to the TNT and TBS Original Prods. unit.
TNT has renewed drama reboot "Dallas" for a second season, while also re-upping drama "Rizzoli & Isles" for a fourth season.
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