From the very first frame of Walter White in his underwear, to the final shot of the camera panning overhead as he lay (Spoiler alert) dying, Breaking Bad was one of the most brilliantly crafted and expertly executed television shows of all time. The lines between who has good and who was bad were always getting blurred, and it was the kind of show that always threw a curveball every couple of episodes to keep the audience eager and on their feet. While it could be said the whole show was one, giant, unforgettable moment, we thought it might be fun to pick five moments out of this amazing show that we tend to think about more than the others. Here are five utterly unforgettable Breaking Bad moments. Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/lists/five-utterly-unforgettable-breaking-bad-moments-236332
Without these kudos voted on by TV Critics, the actress writes, the AMC drama series might never have cooked up a best drama Emmy. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/cdz9XJxHjIo/story01.htm
"I thought it was going to be easy, but we didn't know this guy at all," the creator says of Bob Odenkirk's character, also quick to note that his new AMC drama is not going to dwell on cameos from the parent series. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/j39sz6nl4Xc/story01.htm
The entire series will run in eight hour blocks on Sundays beginning Aug. 10. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/dbvObFQbNJg/story01.htm
Vince Gilligan on Breaking Bad Spin-Off Better Call Saul: "It May Turn Out This Was a Mistake" With Better Call Saul already two weeks behind on its production schedule, things aren't looking so good for the Breaking Bad spin-off. Creator Vince Gilligan admits its concerns.
If ever there was an acceptable place for someone to constantly yell "Yeah, b****," it's professional wrestling. Former "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul will be guest hosting "WWE Monday Night Raw" on March 3 to promote his new movie "Need for Speed."The guest hosting role on "Raw" really depends on who WWE books. Some have been great, others not so much. Then there are those like Betty White, who was practically absent from the show, only appearing backstage.Hopefully, Paul will fit in with some of the better guest hosts of the past, like Hugh Jackman. At least he can find comfort in the fact that he won't be as bad asDennis Miller. Check out Jackman on the show below.... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/breaking-bads-aaron-paul-to-host-wwe-monday-night-raw-on-march-3.html
Do you realize Breaking Bad is SO good, it messes people up? It compels people like Anthony Hopkins to write letters to the cast telling them just how utterly amazing it is and without par. In this month’s Game Informer, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima admits that Breaking Bad affected how he looked at his newest Metal Gear games and the stories he was allowed to tell in those games. See, Breaking Bad is not so much a show, as a cultural phenomenon. A television show that forever redefined how stories are told and the heroes (or antiheroes) we follow. Well, good news to you avid Heisenberg fans out there like me. All of Breaking Bad is on Netflix, from beginning to end. Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/breaking-bad/breaking-bad-netflix-230111
Jonathan Banks to Reprise Role as Mike Ehrmantraut in Breaking Bad Prequel Series Better Call Saul Better Call Saul finds its next series regular! In addition to Bob Odenkirk, fellow Breaking Bad alum Jonathan Banks will reprise his role in the upcoming prequel series, due to debut this November.
Big news today on the Better Call Saul front. Deadline is reporting that none other than Jonathan Banks will indeed return for the spin-off show to reprise his role as Mike Ehrmantraut, Saul’s “fixer,” as it were. (Breaking Bad spoilers ahead). Mike is able to return to the show even after being killed by Walter White in the initial series because Better Call Saul will be a prequel (mostly), and he and Saul surely had many an adventure before Heisenberg ever came along. Mike was a pretty important cast member everyone assumed would have to return for the show, and now it’s been confirmed. Jonathan Banks is in the middle of a multi-multi-episodic arc on Community, but presumably that will be over and done with before his Saul duties start. Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/better-call-saul/breaking-bad-actor-confirmed-better-call-saul-228438
Breaking Bad's ensemble cast finally gets the recognition it deserves! The actors won an Outstanding Drama Ensemble award at the 2014 SAG Awards. See which other TV shows came out on top! Breaking Bad and Modern Family win big at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards! Awards season is in full swing, and for the first time in SAG Awards history, Breaking Bad's cast took home the trophy for Outstanding Drama Ensemble, while Modern Family's cast won the Comedy award for the fourth consecutive year. Individual acting wins included Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Maggie Smith for Downton Abbey, Ty Burrell for Modern Family, and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston. Do you agree with the Screen Actors Guild's picks? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more awards show scoop from Celebified.