Mark Wahlberg Shooter TV show

Normally, movies that don’t make $100 million worldwide don’t get sequels. And they definitely don’t get TV shows. But Mark Wahlberg isn’t your typical actor/producer. He’s now teamed up with Paramount TV to bring his 2007 film, Shooter, to TNT as a regular series.

The film, which itself was based on the novel Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter, follows a decorated but retired military sniper who takes one last job. However, he’s framed for murder on the job and goes on the run. Read more about the Shooter TV show below. Read More »

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ShooterBased on Stephen Hunter’s novel “Point of Impact,” Shooter follows an ace marksman, formerly of the CIA, who has become a mountain recluse after the loss of his partner on a peace-keeping mission. Bob Lee Swagger is approached by government officials to help prevent the assassination of the current United States President. They’ve intercepted a report that someone was going attempt to kill the President with a sniper gun from a mile away.
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