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'Breaking Bad': AMC rerunning entire series before the finale

Do you have 61 spare hours next week? If so, you can rewatch the entire series run of "Breaking Bad" without needing a Netflix subscription.Starting at 8 p.m. ET Wednesday (Sept. 25), AMC will run the show from beginning to end -- that's 61 episodes of the rise and fall of Walter White (Bryan Cranston). It all leads up to the finale at 9 p.m. ET Sept. 29.AMC will let you sleep during the marathon -- there are "Three Stooges" shorts and a block of infomercials scheduled for the wee hours of Thursday and Friday mornings. And on Saturday, the cable channel is sticking to its usual lineup of westerns, so you'll be able to do laundry or spend time with your loved ones or whatever. The marathon resumes at 11 p.m. Saturday, following "Hell on Wheels," and runs uninterrupted until the finale. As Zap2it previously noted, a one-hour "Talking Bad" will air at 10:15... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-amc-rerunning-entire-series-before-the-finale.html

‘Breaking Bad’ Props to Be Auctioned

Screenbid.com sees a market in the stuff movie and TV shows are made of, including the dull green Aztek used by the show’s meth-dealing antihero, Walter White.   Read More...     //www.nytimes.com/2013/09/20/business/media/breaking-bad-props-to-be-auctioned.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

Top Moments: Allison Janney Resurrects "The Jackal" and Jimmy Only Wants to Be with Justin

Our top moments of the week: 13. Best Reveal: Granted, Det. Jake Peralta ( Andy Samberg ) shows a lot of skin in the first episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine  — hello, Speedo! — but it's his boss, Capt. Ray Holt ( Andre Braugher ), who really exposes himself. Ray explains that, even though he caught the infamous Disco Strangler way back when, he's only now been able to lead a command because he revealed that he was...   //www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Allison-Janney-Jackal-1070685.aspx?rss=breakingnews

‘Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston to Play Dalton Trumbo in Biopic

“Breaking Bad” may be coming to an end but Bryan Cranston’s movie career is just heating up, as he’s set to play blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in Jay Roach’s drama “Trumbo,” an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap. John McNamara wrote the script, which is based on the book by Bruce Cook. Michael London will produce under his Groundswell Productions banner along with Janice Williams, Kevin Brown and McNamara. Kelly Mullen will executive produce the movie, which is scheduled to start production next year.  Read More.... //www.thewrap.com/breaking-bads-bryan-cranston-to-play-dalton-trumbo-in-biopic/

AMC Expands Final Two Episodes of Breaking Bad

  Breaking Bad   fans will get an extra dose of the AMC drama this week and next. The season's penultimate episode and series finale will each run 75 minutes instead of the typical 60, executive producer  Peter Gould announced on Twitter  Wednesday.     Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-Bad-Final-Two-Episodes-AMC-Expands-1070624.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Breaking Bad' says thanks in final poster: 'It was all about the chemistry'

As "Breaking Bad" approaches its final pair of episodes, the show has released one last poster as a thank you to its cast, crew and fans. Take a look:"It was all about the chemistry. Thanks to everyone who made bad so good," the poster (IMP Awards was the first to post it) reads, above an image of the RV Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) used to make their first batches of meth. It's a cool, classy way to go out.The next-to-last "Breaking Bad" airs at 9 p.m. ET Sunday (Sept. 22), with the series finale set for Sept. 29.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-says-thanks-in-final-poster-it-was-all-about-the-chemistry.html

BREAKING BAD Director Rian Johnson Talks “Ozymandias”, Babies Crying on Cue, and Maintaining Dignity in Death, Plus Behind-the-Scenes Images

If you haven’t seen the latest episode of AMC’s  Breaking Bad , I’d suggest you queue it up on the DVR before reading any further (and then check out  Allison’s episode recap  once you’ve recovered).  “Ozymandias” episode director  Rian Johnson  ( Looper ) recently spoke about the various challenges the shoot imposed, such as dealing with death in a way that maintains a character’s dignity, getting a certain baby to cry and speak on cue, and how the entire 60 minutes of the episode was filled with big moments.  This will be your second  spoiler warning  because Johnson goes into extensive details about the shoot after the jump, where you’ll also find some behind-the-scenes images from Johnson himself. Read More... //collider.com/breaking-bad-rian-johnson/

'Breaking Bad' Director on Doing Death With Dignity -- And How Baby Holly Cried on Cue (Q&A)

Rian Johnson talks to THR about the shocking events in Sunday night's episode, "Ozymandias," and discusses the honor of being on set for the series' final day of shooting..  Read More...            //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/ahd0gEV5uNc/story01.htm

'Breaking Bad' Season 5b: 'Ozymandias' is series' most-watched episode

When "Breaking Bad" went for the gut with its Season 5b episode "Ozymandias," a whole lot of viewers were watching. AMC has revealed that the third-to-last episode of "Breaking Bad" was watched by 6.4 million people, making it a series high. The "Breaking Bad's" record for highest number of viewers waspreviously 5.9 million; a number that nearly doubled the record before it. Clearly people have decided to catch up on the AMC series now that it's available in full on sites like Netflix, as the final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" are event television at its finest. The latest "Breaking Bad" episode also broke records in its age demographics. The show set two series highs as 4.05 million adults ages 18-49 tuned in and 3.59 million adults ages 25-54 tuned in. In addition, AMC shared SocialGuide's report that "Breaking Bad" received 604,765 mentions on Sept. 15 and that star Aaron Paul passed 1 million followers... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/breaking-bad-season-5b-ozymandias-is-series-most-watched-episode.html

‘Breaking Bad’ Hits All-Time Ratings Record

“Breaking Bad” had its most-watched episode on Sunday, grabbing 6.4 million total viewers. The episode, which followed a massive cliffhanger last week, also pulled in 4.052 million total viewers in the 18-49 demographic most important to advertisers. That put the episode well ahead of the average for the second half of the fifth and final season. Through six episodes, the final run of the show is averaging 5.2 million total viewers and 3.3 million in the demo.     Read More... //www.thewrap.com/breaking-bad-hits-all-time-ratings-record/