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All Of Breaking Bad Is On Netflix!

Do you realize  Breaking Bad  is SO good, it messes people up? It compels people like Anthony Hopkins to write letters to the cast telling them just how utterly amazing it is and without par. In this month’s Game Informer, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima admits that Breaking Bad affected how he looked at his newest Metal Gear games and the stories he was allowed to tell in those games. See, Breaking Bad is not so much a show, as a cultural phenomenon. A television show that forever redefined how stories are told and the heroes (or antiheroes) we follow. Well, good news to you avid Heisenberg fans out there like me. All of Breaking Bad is on Netflix, from beginning to end. Read More...

Jonathan Banks to Reprise Role as Mike Ehrmantraut in Breaking Bad Prequel Series Better Call Saul

Jonathan Banks to Reprise Role as Mike Ehrmantraut in Breaking Bad Prequel Series Better Call Saul Better Call Saul finds its next series regular! In addition to Bob Odenkirk, fellow Breaking Bad alum Jonathan Banks will reprise his role in the upcoming prequel series, due to debut this November.

Which Breaking Bad Actor is Confirmed for Better Call Saul?

Big news today on the Better Call Saul front.  Deadline  is reporting that none other than Jonathan Banks will indeed return for the spin-off show to reprise his role as Mike Ehrmantraut, Saul’s “fixer,” as it were. (Breaking Bad spoilers ahead). Mike is able to return to the show even after being killed by Walter White in the initial series because Better Call Saul will be a prequel (mostly), and he and Saul surely had many an adventure before Heisenberg ever came along. Mike was a pretty important cast member everyone assumed would have to return for the show, and now it’s been confirmed. Jonathan Banks is in the middle of a multi-multi-episodic arc on Community, but presumably that will be over and done with before his Saul duties start. Read More...

Breaking Bad, Modern Family, Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith & More 2014 SAG Awards TV Winners

Breaking Bad's ensemble cast finally gets the recognition it deserves! The actors won an Outstanding Drama Ensemble award at the 2014 SAG Awards. See which other TV shows came out on top! Breaking Bad and Modern Family win big at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards! Awards season is in full swing, and for the first time in SAG Awards history, Breaking Bad's cast took home the trophy for Outstanding Drama Ensemble, while Modern Family's cast won the Comedy award for the fourth consecutive year. Individual acting wins included Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey, Ty Burrell for Modern Family, and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston. Do you agree with the Screen Actors Guild's picks? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more awards show scoop from Celebified.

SAG Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston, 'Breaking Bad' cast win

Just like at the 2014 Golden Globes, both Bryan Cranston and the cast of "Breaking Bad" won at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday (Jan. 18). Cranston won for Best Male Actor in a Drama Series while the cast won Best Ensemble in a Drama Series.When Cranston walked up to accept his award, he first checked himself out in a mirror from Anna Gunn's "Breaking Bad" clutch before singing, "I won a SAG AWAARRRRD!"Cranston then went on to tell a story about how he got starstruck around Emma Thompson. "You know how things are strange? A week ago, I was at a banquet, and I saw out of the corner of my eye Emma Thompson coming over, fighting her way through tables and looking over here, and I'm like, 'Oh my god, that's Emma Thompson,'" Cranston says. "And she was looking my way, and she came up to me, and I...

Golden Globes: 'Breaking Bad' Continues Hot Streak, 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Shocks

Breaking Bad continues to go out on a high note. The late AMC drama, which took top kudos at the 2013 Emmys just a week before it ended its five-season run, earned Golden Globes wins for best dramatic series and best actor for star Bryan Cranston early during Sunday's show. It marked the first time the Hollywood Foreign Press Association ever awarded the series. Previously nominated Cranston has always fared much better at the Emmys.  Read More...

2014 Golden Globes TV Roundup: Bryan Cranston, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Breaking Bad, Robin Wright & More

It was a long three hours, so we don't blame you for skipping out -- we've got your TV winners' digest right here! See which of our favorite shows walked away with Globes. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler brought down the house with another successful duo hosting gig at the 71st Annual Golden Globes, and we've got your TV winners' roundup. There was lots of love for this season's freshman shows, including first-time winner Andy Samberg for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Robin Wright for her role in Netflix's House of Cards, and Ray Donovan star Jon Voigt. Other notable TV honorees included Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, Amy Poehler for Parks and Rec, and first-time Globes winner Elisabeth Moss, who won for the mini-series Top of the Lake. Check out the full list of winners on our sister site,, and be sure to stick with us at Celebified for more awards show buzz.

2014 Golden Globes: 'Breaking Bad,' Bryan Cranston win for final season

As Jesse Pinkman would say, "Yeah, b****!" The final season of "Breaking Bad" won two statues at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards: Best TV Series -- Drama and Best Actor -- TV Drama for fearless leader Bryan Cranston. Cranston won his award first -- his first Golden Globe ever, in fact -- calling it "such a wonderful way to goodbye to the show that meant so much to me. I was always very grateful that the show resonated with American audiences, but now through this, and the Hollywood Foreign Press, everyone around the world will be able to share in 'Breaking Bad''s mirth and merriment." But he didn't have to go far, as the show won its first -- and last -- award for Best TV Drama. Creator Vince Gilligan accepted the award for the show, saying, "The best thing about this I think is that it gives all the people up here ... one...

'Captain Phillips,' 'American Hustle' and 'Breaking Bad' nominated for 2014 ACE Eddie Awards

The American Cinema Editors (ACE) organization has announced nominees for the 64th annual ACE Eddie Awards, and "American Hustle" has predictably kept its strong guild showing going with a notice in the comedy or musical category.  Read More...

Top SideReel Shows of 2013

Our beloved SideReel users tracked and watched thousands of shows and episodes during 2013.  Check out the most popular current shows, new shows and old favorites that are no longer even on TV. Shows that aired in 2013 Most Tracks The Walking Dead How I Met Your Mother Pretty Little Liars The Vampire Diaries Game of Thrones New Girl Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Originals Breaking Bad Glee Most Watches  How I Met Your Mother Grey's Anatomy The Big Bang Theory The Vampire Diaries Pretty Little Liars New Girl Modern Family Supernatural Bones Glee Shows that premiered in 2013   Most Tracks Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Originals Under the Dome Sleepy Hollow The Blacklist The Tomorrow People Dracula Almost Human Once Upon A Time in Wonderland Orange is the New Black Most Watches Under the Dome Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Originals Orange is the New Black The Blacklist Sleepy Hollow House of Cards Devious Maids Twisted The Tomorrow People Shows that concluded in 2013   Most Tracks Breaking Bad Dexter 90210 Spartacus: War of the Damned The White Queen The Lying Game Merlin The Client List Burn Notice Deception Most Watches  Breaking Bad Dexter 90210 The Office Fringe Burn Notice Happy Endings Futurama 30 Rock The Lying Game Shows that didn't air in 2013 Most Tracks Gossip Girl One Tree Hill Friends Skins House Lost Weeds Prison Break Sex and the City Desperate Housewives   Most Watches Gossip Girl Friends One Tree Hill House Lost Desperate Housewives Smallville Scrubs Weeds Charmed Zaz is the Sr. Technical Product Manager for SideReel and doubles as an editor over lunch. Follow her on Twitter for tips on free iTunes downloads.