'Breaking Bad' Hits Series High Ahead of Mid-Season Finale

The AMC drama continues to gain momentum as it pulls into the final stretch, bringing in 3 million viewers on Sunday night.

'Breaking Bad's' Jonathan Banks: 'I love Mike'

(Note: This story contains major spoilers for the Aug. 26 episode of "Breaking Bad.")Jonathan Banks has known for a long time what his "Breaking Bad" character's fate would be. "I knew about nine months ago. I knew before we even started shooting this season," Banks tells Zap2it of Mike Ehrmantraut's death at the end of Sunday's (Aug. 26) episode after an enraged, then regretful, Walt (Bryan Cranston) shoots him. "We were at Aaron [Paul]'s engagement party, and Sony still hadn't made my deal. So I said to [creator Vince Gilligan] -- he was talking to somebody about the caterer, and I said, 'Can you quit talking about the hors d'oeuvres and let's take care of my life here?' "So I knew way in advance. I didn't like it ..." he adds with a laugh.Banks says that at times it was tough knowing Mike's fate, especially as he saw this season of "Breaking Bad" play out:...

Preview: Breaking Bad “Say My Name” (Season 5 Episode 7)

Breaking Bad  “Say My Name” (Season 5 Episode 7 ) airs Sunday August 26 at 10pm on AMC. Synopsis:  Walt takes control of business matters  as Mike grapples with the consequences of  his actions. Read More...  

Breaking Bad Predictions - Can Heisenberg Break the Chain?

Warning:  this article openly discusses events generally known to occur in the next episode of Breaking Bad "Say My Name".   If you are remaining spoiler free, shut this window down as fast as you can. Part of Walter White's pride, and a major source of his tremendous ego, is the purity of his product.  The Blue Sky meth has legendary purity.  However, there is another perspective on this purity that has quietly accompanied Walt's cocky assessment of his product:  purity doesn't matter. Read More...

Breaking Bad 5.07 "Say My Name" Preview and Photos

Dinner at the White's was really a hard scene to beat wasn't it?  With all the darkness of recent seasons, I'd forgotten how funny Breaking Bad could be at times.  Of course the fact that Walter was sitting at the head of the table, smugly admiring the discomfort of the situation, and silently exerting his control on Skyler like a cruel dictator.  Very had to beat indeed, but I have to say the appearance of Louis Ferreira as the mysterious man from Phoenix came pretty darn close. Read More...

'Breaking Bad' 5.07 Sneak Peeks: You're Not Done

Jesse just wants to be out of the business, while Walter heads out for a meeting in a desert.