Breaking Bad continues to go out on a high note. The late AMC drama, which took top kudos at the 2013 Emmys just a week before it ended its five-season run, earned Golden Globes wins for best dramatic series and best actor for star Bryan Cranston early during Sunday's show. It marked the first time the Hollywood Foreign Press Association ever awarded the series. Previously nominated Cranston has always fared much better at the Emmys. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/Mv2dGhBSuMY/story01.htm
It was a long three hours, so we don't blame you for skipping out -- we've got your TV winners' digest right here! See which of our favorite shows walked away with Globes. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler brought down the house with another successful duo hosting gig at the 71st Annual Golden Globes, and we've got your TV winners' roundup. There was lots of love for this season's freshman shows, including first-time winner Andy Samberg for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Robin Wright for her role in Netflix's House of Cards, and Ray Donovan star Jon Voigt. Other notable TV honorees included Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston, Amy Poehler for Parks and Rec, and first-time Globes winner Elisabeth Moss, who won for the mini-series Top of the Lake. Check out the full list of winners on our sister site, SideReel.com, and be sure to stick with us at Celebified for more awards show buzz.
As Jesse Pinkman would say, "Yeah, b****!" The final season of "Breaking Bad" won two statues at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards: Best TV Series -- Drama and Best Actor -- TV Drama for fearless leader Bryan Cranston. Cranston won his award first -- his first Golden Globe ever, in fact -- calling it "such a wonderful way to goodbye to the show that meant so much to me. I was always very grateful that the show resonated with American audiences, but now through this, and the Hollywood Foreign Press, everyone around the world will be able to share in 'Breaking Bad''s mirth and merriment." But he didn't have to go far, as the show won its first -- and last -- award for Best TV Drama. Creator Vince Gilligan accepted the award for the show, saying, "The best thing about this I think is that it gives all the people up here ... one... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/01/2014-golden-globes-breaking-bad-bryan-cranston-win-for-final-season.html
The American Cinema Editors (ACE) organization has announced nominees for the 64th annual ACE Eddie Awards, and "American Hustle" has predictably kept its strong guild showing going with a notice in the comedy or musical category. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/in-contention/captain-phillips-american-hustle-and-breaking-bad-nominated-for-2014-ace-eddie-awards
Nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards -- the annual awards show that pays tribute to the year's best actors, from their fellow actors -- have been announced! Find out which celebrated TV actors received nods this year. Breaking Bad leads the pack for this year's Screen Actors Guild Awards! The recently-concluded AMC drama received four nods, including best ensemble, best actor for Bryan Cranston, and best actress for Anna Gunn. The casts of The Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, Game of Thrones, and Arrested Development were also notable TV honorees, but no love for its fellow Netflix original series Orange is the New Black or House of Cards. Which TV stars do YOU think deserve SAG's biggest acting honors? Sound off in the comments and stick with us at Celebified for more TV scoop.
"Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead" fans rejoice, because this holiday season is going to be the perfect time to get your friends and family also hooked on the shows. AMC announced two back-to-back marathons of two of its most beloved television shows starting the weekend after Christmas. A four-day "Breaking Bad" marathon will begin on Dec. 27 at noon ET/PT, and will show every episode of the show up through its recent series finale. Starting after that on Jan. 1 at 9 a.m. ET/PT, AMC will begin a two-day marathon of "The Walking Dead" starting with its pilot episode. That marathon will end at on Jan. 2 at 5 a.m. Both "The Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad" bring in record-breaking ratings for AMC. "Breaking Bad's" 90-minute series finale brought in a series high of 10.3 million viewers. Meanwhile, "The Walking Dead's" Season 4 premiere brought in a series-high of 16.1 million viewers. Will... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/amc-announces-the-walking-dead-breaking-bad-tv-marathons.html
HitFix's Daniel Fienberg reports from a Beverly Hills screening of the documentary "No Half Measures: Creating the Final Season of Breaking Bad," which was followed by a Q&A featuring Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston and more. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/the-fien-print/breaking-bad-team-shares-regrets-final-season-love-and-a-documentary
Breaking Bad alum Anna Gunn and Silver Linings Playbook 's Jacki Weaver have joined the cast of Fox's Broadchurch adaptation Gracepoint , TVGuide.com has learned. Gunn, who recently won an Emmy for her performance on the hit AMC series, will play... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Broadchurch-Fox-Gracepoint-Gunn-Weaver-1073522.aspx?rss=breakingnews
UPDATE: As you can see, the clip has been pulled. But trust us -- it's pretty funny.As well-oiled a machine as "Breaking Bad's" final season was, the show still had its problems. Sticky doors, for instance.The cast's ongoing problems with getting doors to open and close is a recurring theme in this Season 5 gag reel. At least three scenes -- including several takes of the tense confrontation between Hank (Dean Norris) and Walt (Bryan Cranston) in Hank's garage -- are blown by doors failing to open or close as they should.You'll also get the usual array of flubbed lines, botched bits of physicality and, considering the comic chops of Cranston, Aaron Paul and the rest of the cast, there's a fair amount of hamming it up too. And be prepared to see a side of Cranston you've never seen -- literally, in a mildly NSFW sort of way -- just before the end of... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/11/breaking-bad-season-5-gag-reel-gets-a-little-cheeky.html
Cranston reprises his 'Malcolm in the Middle' role of Hal in the playful ending for the AMC crime drama series, telling his wife that he just dreamed he's a meth dealer. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00065906.html