When we first met Walter White, he used the fire of a beaker to educate his chemistry students. He cooked meth in the hot desert and he wore tidy whities.
On the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad , he used the flames of a wood-burning stove to keep more
One of the most interesting things about the character of Walter White is his cowardice. At times, his alter ego Heisenberg has been the most badass character on TV. But even as he was kicking ass, taking names and getting lucky, he never really had it in more
Last week's "Breaking Bad" was one of the series' all-time best episodes, and also maybe the most emotionally traumatic one -- for both its characters and the audience -- it has ever aired. Yet Sunday's (Sept. 22) episode somehow managed to find new place more
Before the finale -- where guns will blaze and fates will be met -- the AMC hit takes a moment to remind viewers that no good can come from a bad decision. That decision will break you. It's over. You just don't know it yet.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Granite State," the September 22 episode of AMC's "Breaking Bad," in which Walt skips town in the series' devastating penultimate installment. Read More...
Just when you think Breaking Bad cannot get any more intense after last week's cliffhanger shootout, it comes back this week with perhaps the series’ greatest episode of all time. "Ozymandias" is a horrifying episode, filled with death, destruction, and more
In Breaking Bad ‘s promotional material for its final run of episodes, there was a video that featured Bryan Cranston reading Percy Bysshe Shelley’s short but powerful poem “ Ozymandias ” over stark scenes of the arid New Mexico landscape. Those scene more