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'Breaking Bad' team shares regrets, final season love and a documentary

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... //www.hitfix.com/the-fien-print/breaking-bad-team-shares-regrets-final-season-love-and-a-documentary

'Breaking Bad': Season 5 gag reel gets a little cheeky

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... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/11/breaking-bad-season-5-gag-reel-gets-a-little-cheeky.html

'Breaking Bad': Jeffrey Katzenberg offered $75 million to make 3 extra episodes

Heisenberg, meet Katzenberg.DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says he offered the producers of "Breaking Bad" $75 million to make three additional episodes of the series."I had this crazy idea," Katzenberg said Wednesday (Oct. 9) at MIPCOM, an international TV marketplace in Cannes, France. "I was nuts for the show. I had no idea where this season was going."Katzenberg's motives, however, went beyond just being a superfan. He made the offer on the condition that he be able to release the shows as a series of 6-minute webisodes that viewers would pay a small per-episode fee to watch. His goal was to create the "greatest pay-per-view television event" ever for a scripted series, according to accounts of his address."There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that millions of people would have downloaded those episodes," he says.Katzenberg made his offer six weeks ago -- before he and the rest of the world saw "Breaking Bad's" rather... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/10/breaking-bad-jeffrey-katzenberg-offered-75-million-to-make-3-extra-episodes.html

'Breaking Bad' Finale Was An Enormously Satisfying Conclusion

I can't believe it's really over. This show is one of the best - if not the best - examples of television I have ever seen. And while the finale actually wasn't the strongest episode of the season,... //www.starpulse.com/news/Dani_Langlie/2013/10/02/breaking_bad_finale_was_an_enormously_?ref_src=news_rss

'Breaking Bad': Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul drink beers during 'Felina' first readthrough

Hot off the nation experiencing the series finale of "Breaking Bad" at long last, fans finally get to see a taste of stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul experiencing it for the first time as well. As a sneak peek for the upcoming "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Blu-ray release, Sony Pictures released a snippet of video of the show's two stars reading the final script for the first time. Both Cranston and Paul act as stressed out going into the final episode as many fans felt before last night's finale episode, "Felina." This video was taken at Cranston's home in Albuquerque, NM on March 10, 2013, so it's been a while for it to see the light of day. Adorably, the two actors are sharing beers as they crack into the script. "We don't know, and we're having beer," Cranston says, to which Paul adds, "I'm so unbelievably depressed that this is happening right... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-bryan-cranston-aaron-paul-drink-beers-during-felina-first-readthrough.html

Breaking Bad Series Finale: Our 4 Biggest Remaining Questions

The Breaking Bad series finale (Season 5, Episode 16: "Felina") was without question one of the best final episodes of television we've ever seen, perfectly capping off an incredibly strong season and, let's be real, a pretty mindblowingly consistent series overall. It provided heaps of resolution, and answered questions while leaving viewers the freedom to decide what they personally thought of Walter White in the end. That said, even the best finales will leave some stones unturned, and... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/AaGNZ33UOa4/2013-09-30-series-finale-4-biggest-questions

'Breaking Bad' series finale event: Huell's fate, Walt's alternate ending and more fun facts

To celebrate the series finale of "Breaking Bad," star Aaron Paul organized an epic screening event in Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever Cemetery that allowed hundreds of fans to gather with the show's stars and view "Felina" together. The event raised more than $2.2 million, $1.8 million of which went to Paul's wife Lauren Paul's charity Kind Campaign. But beyond just being an event with a good cause, the finale viewing party allowed "Breaking Bad's" cast to really say goodbye to their fans. Following a screening of both the show's pilot and final episode, stars Paul, Bryan Cranston, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Giancarlo Esposito and Jonathan Banks and series creator Vince Gilligan gathered for a Q&A hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and talked about their experiences on the show. Zap2it was in the audience at the Cinespia-hosted event, and picked out some of the most interesting snippets of the cast member Q&A to share. Among the topics... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-series-finale-event-huells-fate-walts-alternate-ending-and-more-fun-facts.html

‘Breaking Bad’ Eclipses Record With 10.3 Million Viewers

The finale of “Breaking Bad” shattered records for the show by scoring 10.3 million viewers, including 6.7 million in the key demo. The finale was up 300 percent over last year’s finale in the key demo. The shockingly strong performance showed what a cultural phenomenon Vince Gilligan’s meth drama has become since it averaged about a million viewers in its first season in 2008. An expanded one-hour episode of the post-show “Talking Bad” had 4.4 million viewers, 2.9 million of them in they key demo.  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/breaking-bad-shatters-record-with-10-3-m-viewers/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=breaking-bad-shatters-record-with-10-3-m-viewers

'Breaking Bad' Series Finale: Fans React on Reddit

Members of the"Bad" subreddit have been obsessing over the show for years, and experienced a mix of emotions during the AMC hit's final episode.              //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/W-QyQWvlils/story01.htm

‘Breaking Bad’ Finale: 5 (Sort of) Loose Ends

(Spoiler alert: Don’t read this if you haven’t seen the “Breaking Bad” finale, which hasn’t yet aired on the West Coast.) How tight is the writing on “Breaking Bad”? So tight its loose ends are barely loose. Creator Vince Gilligan promised the finale would wrap everything up, and it did — to a shocking degree. The payoff came in completely unexpected ways, but a few people we thought might come up one last time never did.   Read More... //www.thewrap.com/breaking-bad-finale-5-sort-of-loose-ends/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=breaking-bad-finale-5-sort-of-loose-ends