"The Walking Dead" continues its march through season three this coming Sunday, but we'll never forget the people we've already left behind.
For those of you missing the dearly departed Dale and Shane as much as we are, you're in luck: both of those ex-"Dead" heads are joining forces with another "Dead" alum, former showrunner Frank Darabont, on "L.A. Noir," which just got picked up for a six-episode first season by TNT. Your first look at actor Jon Bernthal as a detective in the 1940s crime drama is above you.
Jeffrey DeMunn, meanwhile, got to speaking with TVLine recently about his role on "L.A. Noir," and even reminisced about what it was like going through his demise on "The Walking Dead." He said it "wasn't fun" to die on that show, but it was even harder on the actors, especially Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl Grimes.
DeMunn also said he hasn't watched "The Walking Dead" since he left the show, but not due to bitterness or anything like that; he simply doesn't own a television.
"We don't have a TV," he said. "We've lived [in Woodstock, NY] going on 13 years. First week we moved in there a [satellite] dish and everything. All I needed to do was make a phone call. But I didn't get to it. And then it stayed that way."
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