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Is AMC About to Lose Breaking Bad?

Could AMC lose Breaking Bad ? Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, is shopping the critically acclaimed drama to other networks following "tense" talks with AMC over the fate of the fifth (and likely final) season, TheWrap reports. AMC President Charlie Collier, however, told the site... //www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-Bad-AMC-Negotiations-1036137.aspx?rss=breakingnews

BREAKING BAD Season 4 Episode 4 “Bullet Points”

BREAKING BAD  Season 4 Episode 4 "Bullet Points" – Watch a preview of next week’s episode which airs Sunday August 7 at 10pm on AMC. Synopsis:  BREAKING BAD Season 4 Episode 4 "Bullet Points" – The Cartel takes steps to gain the upper hand. Walt and Skyler share an embarrassing secret  with the rest of the family. Jesse’s activities draw unwanted attention. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/08/06/breaking-bad-season-4-episode-4-bullet-points/

Breaking Bad Sneak Peek: Walt and Skyler Try Their Hand at Counting Cards

Paging Rain Man. Walt and Skyler sure could use him on Breaking Bad . On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Skyler tries to help Walt master counting cards to sustain her elaborate gambling lie about the origins of his millions. As you can imagine, it doesn't go totally smoothly — especially when ... //www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-Bad-Video-1036117.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Top Moments: Late Night's Teen Wolf Do-Over, Bachelorette's Bad Breakup

Our top moments of the week: 11. Worst Liar:   Jerry Bruckheimer 's new heist show   Take the Money & Run   rewards criminal masterminding: Hide a case containing $100,000 and if the cops can't find it within 48 hours while you're being interrogated, the dough is yours. How hard can it be, right? Apparently   very   hard for Paul. With 15 hours to go, Paul folds like a cheap tent — with tears in his eyes, natch — and confesses where he and his brother, Raul, hid the suitcase because he couldn't handle the interrogators getting all up in his personal space and messing with his head in a cold cell any longer. Uh, does he not understand that this is not real? You're not actually in jail, dude! And you just cost you and your brother $100,000! Kudos to Raul for not losing it afterward... on camera at least. 10. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back Award:   Evan musters up the courage to propose to Paige on   Royal Pains . The good news? She is beside herself with joy! The bad news? She immediately asks Evan when he asked her dad for his blessing, only to learn Evan never did — so she forces Evan to get permission first. That's   one   way to kill the mood! 9. Best Battle Cry:   Ari Gold snaps — big time — on   Entourage   when his estranged wife storms into his office to tell him to butt out of her personal life and reveals to him that she's not, in fact, dating a waiter at Bobby Flay's restaurant, but Bobby Flay himself! Ari interrupts a staff meeting to officially declare war against the jovial Food Network personality (or "fire crotch," as he calls him). "Bobby Flay is my sworn enemy, which means he is yours!" Should we get this heated rivalry for here or to go? Read More... //www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Teen-Wolf-Too-1036101.aspx?rss=breakingnews

AMC President Charlie Collier Addresses the 'Breaking Bad' & 'Walking Dead' Controversies

The AMC network has followed a trajectory not unlike that of Don Draper, the ad man at the center of 'Mad Men.' AMC's first two dramas, 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad,' have been showered with acclaim, and the network had a huge hit last fall with the zombie chronicle 'The Walking Dead.' But just as Don Draper's image took a hit in the fourth season of 'Mad Men,' AMC has been enduring its own share of troubles during the past year. A timeline of AMC's ups and downs is here , but suffice to say, controversies over of 'Breaking Bad,' 'Mad Men,' 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Killing' make for a change from a few years of glowing coverage of the network's rapid ascent. Read More... //www.aoltv.com/2011/08/04/amc-president-collier-breaking-bad-walking-dead/

'Mad,' 'Bad' and 'Walking' Into the Headlines: An AMC Timeline

It feels as though AMC's scripted fare has been part of the TV landscape forever, but it's worth noting that Don Draper and 'Mad Men' only arrived on our TV screens four years ago. As Don well knows, hitting the big time can create its own set of problems. As AMC has dealt with the challenges that success brings, it has endured a roller-coaster ride of conflict and controversy, especially in recent months. Read More... //www.aoltv.com/2011/08/04/mad-bad-and-walking-into-the-headlines-an-amc-timeline/

FX Approached About 'Breaking Bad' - But Show Likely to Stay at AMC

FX has been approached about taking on "Breaking Bad" if its creators can't work out a deal for a fifth season on AMC, TheWrap has learned. But the show is likely to stay put, in part because negotiations seem to be improving between Sony Pictures Television, which produces the show, and AMC. Read More... //www.thewrap.com/article/exclusive-fx-approached-about-breaking-bad-show-likely-stay-amc-29720

Breaking Bad Might Leave AMC Over Season 5 Negotiations

Things are as fraught for Breaking Bad  in the real world as they are on the show. Negotiations between Sony and AMC regarding a fifth season of the series have turned tense; Sony has reportedly "sent feelers to at least three other cable networks," according to The Los Angeles Times.  The series, which is currently airing its fourth season on AMC, was reportedly asked to trim its episode count down to six or eight episodes -- around half of the thirteen episodes its fourth season is comprised of. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/Z84kUPbr4lY/85715

Marie's Kleptomania Returns on 'Breaking Bad' (VIDEO)

Marie Schrader (Betsy Brandt) of 'Breaking Bad' (Sundays, 10PM on AMC) has had problems with stealing things before. Back in season one, she shoplifted a tiara for Skyler's daughter and underwent therapy for kleptomania. The habit returned on Sunday's episode, which found Marie making multiple appointments for open houses, lying about her identity, and helping herself to souvenirs. As Marie was leaving one house, she was confronted by a real estate agent who accused her of stealing a spoon at a previous open house. The agent said she had called the police and called Marie a thief. "You'd better just back off, okay?" Marie said, and then dragged Hank into the conflict. "My husband is a DEA agent." //www.aoltv.com/2011/08/01/maries-kleptomania-returns-on-breaking-bad-video/

Breaking Bad Episode Teaser: "Bullet Points"

The focus on Breaking Bad shifted away from Walt a bit this week, as Skyler stepped up and Marie stepped back to a disturbing time in her life. Looking ahead, though, it appears as if things are about to get even worse for our Walt and company. On "Bullet Points," AMC teases that the Cartel will make a "power move," while Walt and Skyler reveal "something embarrassing to the family." The pressure on Jesse and his connection to Gale's death also looks like it will intensify, based on the following trailer: //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/08/breaking-bad-episode-teaser-bullet-points/