In this season of Breaking Bad, it's clear that Skyler means business. She's kicked meth-making husband Walt (Bryan Cranston) out of the house, slapped him with divorce papers and won't let him anywhere near the family. But you have to wonder: Why is Skyler OK with her boss, Ted, stealing from his company, but not with Walt's drug cooking as a means to provide for his family? Anna Gunn, the actress who plays the troubled wife and mother, stopped by TVGuide.com to answer that question, and explain why she thinks Ted (Christopher Cousins) and her job are such a" lifeline" for Skyler. Plus: Gunn, 41, tells us what we can expect for Skyler and her changing family dynamic. "Everybody in this series has, or is, going to break bad in their own way," Gunn says. "And this is the season where that starts happening for her." Source & Video
Breaking Bad is Walter White's story, but this may be Hank Schrader's season. "It's the biggest season yet for him," Dean Norris, who plays Hank, tells TVGuide.com. "They really open up the story for my character and he really comes to the forefront. We get a look into Hank's dark side, which is different from what we've done in the past. You see a whole other side of him - and it's good." For the past two seasons, Hank, the DEA agent brother-in-law of chemistry teacher-turned-meth producer Walt (Bryan Cranston), has been dependably humorous - the brash comic relief in a progressively bleak drama. But the third season is, as Norris puts it, "often the turning point for shows, where you really push things along and change things up." So far, Walt's marriage to Skyler (Anna Gunn) is in shambles now that she knows his secret, while Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), Walt's right-hand man, is sobering up. And Hank? "Hank has some things in store for him that are really big and bold and will not leave him the same," creator Vince Gilligan says. "He is a character who's been through a lot and will go through a lot more by the end of Season 3, that is for sure." His arc kicks into gear Sunday (10/9c, AMC) when he tangles with a tough guy during a drug deal. "Keith Jardine, a UFC guy, is in the episode. In real life, he would kick my ass, but luckily he's playing a character," Norris says. "Do I kick his ass? You can judge that! He was a real sport to allow us to do what we did with him." To Read More Click Here .
The consequences of Walt's actions are really about to pile up on Breaking Bad. In the season opener (warning: minor spoilers follow) Skyler (Anna Gunn) filed for divorce after learning that Walt (Bryan Cranston) has become a crystal meth manufacturer. On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Walt gets his first taste of how serious Skyler really is. "She's trying to maintain distance and Walt's agenda is to bring them back [together]," Cranston tells us. "They're working at counter-purposes here, and all in the interest of what they think is best for the family. It gets very contentious throughout the season." Walt will get some support from his son (RJ Mitte), who shows up at Walt's apartment complex no longer wanting to live at home with Skyler. Walt seizes the opportunity to attempt reconciliation with Skyler, but she's having none of it, changing the locks on the house and threatening with a restraining order. The response - breaking into his own house - is classic Walt. "One of the things viewers respond to favorably about Walt is that he's tenacious," creator and executive producer Vince Gilligan says. "Whether he's working toward a good goal or a bad one, he does not give up easily. He's all about keeping his family together and he doesn't forget that easily." To Read More Click Here .
One of TV's best shows, Breaking Bad returns in March for a long-awaited third season, and creator Vince Gilligan and cast members Bryan Cranston ("Walter White"), Aaron Paul ("Jesse Pinkman"), Anna Gunn ("Skylar White") and Bob Odenkirk ("Saul Goodman") discussed the new season at the TCA press tour. Cranston, who has one back-to-back Emmys for his amazing work on the series, noted that the cast is not told ahead of time what's to come, saying, "We're reading it and it has the same impact and as much surprise as you have," adding, "It's never boring and always a surprise." Cranston said that in Season 3, "I'm starting to completely accept the metamorphosis of my character and coming out of the cocoon and ready to become a different person. That transition over time was one of the most compelling things to me." Cranston said that he always recalled Gilligan telling him Breaking Bad was a show that would follow a man's journey from, "Mr. Chips into Scarface." To Read More Click Here .
The third season of Breaking Bad will debut March 21 at 10/9c on AMC . Series star and two-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston will direct the premiere episode. AMC will also air a six-episode marathon featuring the best of Breaking Bad on March 19 at 8/7c. Cranston has taken home two Emmys for his portrayal of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher who starts dealing meth when he learns he's dying of lung cancer. The actor is also nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award for best actor in a drama and the series received a nomination for best drama from the 2010 Writers Guild of America awards. Are you excited for Breaking Bad's return? Source Here