After watching the CDC in Atlanta go up in television's most glorious fireball, I was set with the creeping and horrible realization that it would be such a long time before we returned to Rick Grimes and ragtag group of survivors of the zombie apocalypse. October 2011 was (and still is) a long,long way away. Then along came Bryan Cranston to make all my dreams come true. Well, my zombie/meth-related dreams, at least.
The three-time Emmy Award winner for best actor in a drama series talked to New York Magazine about AMC's scheduling mix-ups for the following year, declaring that the move wasn't orchestrated to score Mad Men more Emmy's (premiering in July will render Breaking Bad ineligible for next year's Emmys).
"It was a decision from AMC that they wanted to position us in July... They want to attract as many eyeballs as possible, away from the heavy competition of the September, November [or] January start," he said, before going on to throw a bone to fans of AMC's top drama, The Walking Dead.
"I believe they're going to put Walking Dead in July as well."
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