Jay Leno Really Stepped Up for Jimmy Fallon's Breaking Bad Parody

  It's called "Joking Bad," it's thirteen minutes long, and it features cameos from Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk, the tighty-whities, even the ginormous roof-pizza. Fallon and Steve Higgins concoct jokes instead of meth, and Higgins never misses his chance to say bitch . The best part of it all would be how in love the entire thing is with  Breaking Bad , if the best part wasn't already Jay Leno's spectacular participation. Wait and see, bitch.

'Breaking Bad' spin-off 'Better Call Saul' closer to reality

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall writes about AMC and Sony's deal to make a "Breaking Bad" prequel called "Better Call Saul," focusing on Bob Odenkirk as criminal lawyer Saul Goodman.  Read More...

‘Boardwalk Empire’ Premiere Dips Slightly; Rival AMC Drama ‘Breaking Bad’ Draws 5.1M

Amid a competitive Sunday night, HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” premiered its fourth season slightly down from last season’s opener, while AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” which also aired Sunday night, fell short of its own premiere numbers last month, but outdrew “Boardwalk” by a substantial amount. The initial 9 p.m. airing of the HBO drama, which stars Steve Buscemi as bootlegger Enoch “Nucky” Thompson, drew 2.4 million total viewers — off from the 2.9 million that the Season 3 premiere grabbed last year.   Read More...

Breaking Bad Postmortem: Is It All Over for Walt?

  [WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of  Breaking Bad . Read at your own risk.] Sunday's episode of  Breaking Bad  featured a moment five seasons in the making. During a tense game of cat-and-mouse, Walt ( Bryan Cranston ) tries to lure his former partner Jesse ( Aaron Paul ) out of hiding...

'Breaking Bad' Writer on 'To'Hajiilee': Walt's at His 'Most Vulnerable'

George Mastras calls the episode “a culmination of this chess match” between Hank and Heisenberg.  

Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 13 “To’hajiilee”

Breaking Bad  “To’hajiilee” Season 5 Episode 13 airs Sunday September 8 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis:  Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 13 “To’hajiilee”- Things heat up for Walt in unexpected ways. Read More...

'Breaking Bad' episode 513 - 'To'hajiilee': A jaw-dropping duel in the desert

The final season of "Breaking Bad" has thus far been all about confounding audience expectations.The cliffhanger that ended the first half of the season last year was not a big action scene, but Hank having a revelation about Walt while sitting on the toilet. When the show returned to complete its run, it delivered a confrontation between Hank and Walt and Jesse's realization that it was Walt who poisoned Brock more quickly than a lot of shows would have. You could even argue that the flash-forward scenes at the start of each half of the season gave a glimpse of Walt's future sooner than anyone expected.After last week's episode eased up on the tension just a little bit, though, it seemed reasonable to think that the show might move forward in time a week or two while Hank and Jesse got their plan together and Walt hashed out the details of his hit on Jesse...

Inmates Use 'Breaking Bad' Method to Spark Flames

Australian prisoners have been using the frayed wires from their TV sets to light cigarettes – resulting in more than 400 broken televisions.  

‘Breaking Bad’ Too Sad? Stephen Colbert Finds the Funny in Fox’s Report on Ariel Castro Suicide (Video)

There is a lot of depressing news out there putting Stephen Colbert in a funk: chemical-weapons use in Syria, radiation in Fukushima, “Breaking Bad” is ending. “Even worse, I’m starting to think that Hank and Walt may not end up together,” the “Colbert Report” host said Thursday. To turn that frown upside down, Colbert dipped into his “Smile File” and found the silver lining in Ariel Castro’s suicide. After all, the man was a monster who did taxpayers a favor — imagine how expensive 1,000 years in prison would be?

'Breaking Bad' is running out of time to catch up to its flash-forwards

As "Breaking Bad" reached the halfway point of its final eight episodes on Sunday (Sept. 1), one aspect of the show lingered -- and not just the fact that Walt had apparently put a hit on Jesse.In fact, it was something that wasn't even part of the episode. It happened in the show's first episode of 2013, and before that its first episode of 2012: The sight of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) on his 52nd birthday, with a full beard and head of hair, eating a lonely breakfast as "Mr. Lambert" before acquiring some heavy weaponry and then stopping by the shell of his former house, scaring the bejeezus out of his neighbor in the process.Both flash-forwards were tantalizing glimpses at Walt's approaching future. They suggest that he doesn't get to walk away unscathed from all the wrong he's done, although they give little indication as to how or why his meth-cooking empire crumbles.The past...