Juve had the first clear-cut chance of the game, as the side from Turin passed their way into Verona's box, resulting in Juan Cuadrado feeding in Stephen Lichtsteiner. However, the right-back's ball across the face of goal was put out for a corner.
Paul Pogba then came close to breaking the deadlock, as the Frenchman weaved in and out of defenders' legs only to curl his effort from outside the box just over.
Cuadrado nearly opened his side's account for the game, as the Colombian winger's right-footed shot struck the base of the post and went out for a goal kick.
Juventus kept pushing for the first goal of the game and Simone Zaza nearly found it in spectacular fashion, as he failed to hit the target with his overhead kick.
Frosinone came close with their first chance of the half, as Castillo received the ball inside a crowded penalty area to then direct his shot onto Juve's upright.
There were shouts for handball from the away side but these were promptly waved away.
Pogba, who was the home side's brightest player during the half, jumped highest during a corner to then power his header onto the crossbar, and the ball was cleared by the visitors shortly after.
Frosinone held on for the remaining few minutes to keep the scores level at the break.