Anyone who watches 'Breaking Bad' knows that if you need legal help, you Better Call Saul. Saul Goodman -- played by funnyman Bob Odenkirk -- is one of the shadier lawyers in TV history, laundering money for his drug-dealing clients Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul). And they're probably not even the worst of his clients ... by a long shot. But there's somethig so endearing about Saul, isn't there? Guess that's what you should expect from a show that made us fall in love with a meth dealer. Read More... http://www.aoltv.com/2011/06/06/breaking-bad-exclusive-season-3-dvd-clip/
Breaking Bad returns with its fourth season on July 17, and that's just a little bit too far away for our liking. So does it help that Breaking Bad: The Complete Third Season will be out on DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow? That's right, you can catch up on all the meth madness before season four premieres next month, so that'll help take the suckiness out waiting for new episodes. Read More... http://feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/kzoPDQWx2E8/b245555_breaking_bad_deleted_scene_walter.html
Enter to win the complete 3rd season of Breaking Bad on DVD! BREAKING BAD: SEASON 3 is available on DVD and Blu-Ray on Tuesday, June 7th, 2011! Winner of two 2010 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Bryan Cranston and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Aaron Paul, BREAKING BAD: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON returns, hailed by the Los Angeles Times as "the best show on television." Even though his cancer's in remission, chemistry teacher-turned-meth maker Walter White (Cranston) still can't catch a break. his wife (Anna Gunn) has filed for divorce, his DEA agent brother-in-law (Dean Norris) is out to bust him and a Mexican cartel just wants him dead. But with his family's future still at stake Walt cooks up a deal that will make him a fortune, a scheme with a terrible price. SideReel has just ONE copy of the complete 3rd season on DVD give away, so to enter for a chance to win, "like" our SideReel Facebook fanpage and comment on this update with your answer to the provided question! Sorry, but this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. The winner will be selected and notified via Facebook message on Tuesday, June 7th!
'Breaking Bad' renewed for fourth season As expected, AMC has officially renewed "Breaking Bad" for a fourth season. Read More
WARNING: The following story contains plot details from the Season 3 finale of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.] For much of Breaking Bad's superb third season, Jesse (Aaron Paul) considered himself "the bad guy." He blamed himself for the death of girlfriend Jane (Krysten Ritter), who gave up her sober lifestyle to begin using again with Jesse. But despite that - and Jesse's meth-making efforts with Walt (Bryan Cranston) - Jesse was never a murderer, which Walt realized in this season's penultimate episode, when he killed two rival drug dealers instead of letting Jesse go through with it. To Read More Click Here .
That's what Breaking Bad's Walter White (Bryan Cranston) told his meth-making cohort Jesse (Aaron Paul) to do moments after Walt hit two murderous rival drug dealers with his car in Season 3's penultimate episode. In doing so, Walt protected Jesse from the wrath of their boss, Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), who also employed the now-dead thugs. "I think Walt saved Jesse's life by doing that, and Jesse owes Walt quite a bit," Paul tells TVGuide.com. "Going into the final episode, Jesse is in a very lost place and he's not sure where to turn. I think maybe he'll go into hiding." Indeed he does, which leaves Walt all alone to answer to Gus for the murders. Well, he's not completely alone - he has his trusty Heisenberg hat. "It changes things for [Walt]," Cranston says of the hat, noting that he suggested Walt wear it again in the finale. "I thought, 'Here's a genuine opportunity where Walt needs all the power he can get going into this negotiation with Gus.' It's much like if a man is wearing a tuxedo: You sit differently, you act differently, you present yourself differently because of how it makes you feel. It's the same thing with the Heisenberg hat and glasses. It has that same effect." To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the season finale of BREAKING BAD "Full Measure" Season 3 Episode 13 which airs Sunday June 13 at 10pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis: With Jesse on the run and Mike in hot pursuit, Walt negotiates a bargain with Gus and concocts a disturbing plan to provide for his and Jesse's safety. Source & Preview
The season finale of " Breaking Bad " this Sunday, June 13 will be the follow up to the shocking situation in episode 12. Jesse witnessed Walter running over two people with his car and taking a close-ranged gun shot to one of them. In "Full Measure", with Jesse on the run and Mike in hot pursuit, Walt negotiates a bargain with Gus and concocts a disturbing plan to provide for his and Jesse's safety. "I intervene," Walt states. This would be the finale of season 3 but AMC has not announced whether there will be a fourth season. But a renewal is expected since the show has been displaying a strong rating and is still a frequent awards sweeper. During the finale episode, AMC will slip in a sneak peek of its new series "Rubicon" which is about a conspiracy hidden in public forms. Source & Preview
For Breaking Bad 's Aaron Paul, playing the sober Jesse Pinkman of Season 3 is scarier than playing the character as a drug addict. "It's almost playing a different character, but within the same person," Paul tells TVGuide.com. "This show is about change, and all the characters are kind of morphing into different parts of themselves. And this season it's just so much - they're so in over their heads and it's so much darker." Jesse certainly has plenty to fear. Despite being in rehab, he's decided to continue cooking meth the way Walt (Bryan Cranston) taught him. In last week's episode, that decision led Walt's DEA Agent brother-in-law, Hank (Dean Norris), right to the door of Walt and Jesse's meth-lab RV. Though Walt's quick-thinking got the duo out of the jam, Jesse still has a price to pay in Sunday's episode (10/9c on AMC). To Read More Click Here .
Of course, Skyler's a fighter on Breaking Bad. That much had been obvious especially when season 3 of the critically acclaimed AMC series kicked off last month. Not only did she try to divorce Walt (Bryan Cranston), she kicked him out and matter-of-factly let it slip that she's having an affair with Ted (Christopher Cousins). "It's been important to me to never play her as a victim but to play her as somebody who is a fighter," Anna Gunn tells the LAist. She does admit that she felt "hurt" the first time someone called her character a bitch. To the credit of that person, Skyler did tell her lawyer that the only reason she doesn't want to bust Walt is because she's just waiting for him to croak. To Read More Click Here .