The Primetime Emmys are on August 25, and in a hilarious new promo, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite along with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. And yes, there are ‘Breaking Bad’ jokes aplenty. Watch!
This is Breaking Bad‘s final chance to win at the Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, and in a new promo from Audi of America, sponsor of the upcoming 66th Primetime Emmy Awards show, Breaking stars Aaron Paul, 34, and Bryan Cranston, 58, reunite in an short called “Barely Legal Pawn.” Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 53, plays herself as she tries to hawk one of her many Emmys. The Breaking Bad jokes alone are worth the price of admission — check it out!
‘Better Call Saul’ doesn’t premiere until February 2015, but the first glimpse of the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff has arrived. Click to WATCH!
We know you’re all dying out there, Breaking Bad fans. How have you been living without Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in your life?! Well, as far as we know, he’s not coming back any time soon — never say never! — but Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is, and we’ve got your first clip of the brand new series.
Director Rian Johnson, who directed three amazing episodes of ‘Breaking Bad,’ will head up Episode VIII of the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ series, he confirmed in a hilarious tweet on June 20.
Rian Johnson is about to add one of film’s most popular movie series EVER to his resume. Rian, who won a Directors Guild of America Award for his work on Breaking Bad, will take over the Star Wars directing responsibilities for the next flick from J.J. Abrams (who is directing Star Wars: Episode VII), according to reports.
mtvU, which is MTV channel’s college network, announced the official nominees on June 19 for the first-ever ‘mtvU Fandom Awards!’ So many of our favorites are on the nominations list, from ‘Teen Wolf’ to ‘The Vampire Diaries’ to ‘The Hunger Games.’
In mtvU’s first-ever “Fandom Awards,” superfans worldwide can vote for awards like Ship Of The Year, OMG Moment Of The Year and Breakout Fandom Of The Year. Voting starts today and ends when the show airs in July! Read on for all of the nominations!
Calling all ‘Breaking Bad’ fans! The hit show’s much-buzzed about prequel series ‘Better Call Saul’ has just released the first photo EVER from the show! The upcoming TV prequel has also received the go-ahead on a season 2 from AMC, according to a new report. Check out the pic right here!
If life just hasn’t been the same for you since Breaking Bad ended, we have fantastic news. Not only is Bob Odenkirk‘s character Saul Goodman starring in more than 20 episodes of his own spinoff show Better Call Saul, the first official photo from the series is here — and it’s fantastic.
Don’t count Walter White out just yet! ‘Breaking Bad’ fans are desperately hoping for clues about the hit show’s spinoff series — and who will be featured in them — and now HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY that Bryan Cranston’s infamous character, Walter White, will ‘definitely’ be returning to the small screen.
Sunday nights haven’t been the same ever since Breaking Bad ended months ago — we miss our favorite meth makers like crazy! But never fear — there’s hope on the horizon. We already know that AMC has picked up Better Call Saul as a Breaking Bad spinoff, and now HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Walter White — played by the amazing Bryan Cranston — will be making a massive TV return as well!
Could Walter White still be alive and well? Bryan Cranston dropped hints about a new ‘Breaking Bad’ series in an all new interview.
When Jesse drove off into the unknown in the series finale of ‘Breaking Bad,’ we thought we’d never see him again. But now the actor behind the iconic character has indicated that there’s a good chance he’ll be showing up on the spin-off, ‘Better Call Saul!’
The saga of Jesse Pinkman, Walter White’s meth-making protege in Breaking Bad, is not over. In a presser for his movie Need for Speed, Aaron Paul, who played Jesse, admitted that he’s “in serious talks” to reprise his iconic role in the Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul. Are you on board with Pinkman’s return?
‘Breaking Bad’ won the award for Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Jan. 18. The much-talked about meth drama beat out some of the most acclaimed television series of the year for the honor!
When Anna Gunn was last seen at the 2013 Emmy Awards, she looked drastically thinner. Many questioned why and how the ‘Breaking Bad’ actress had lost so much weight, and now an insider reveals to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the award-winning star is reportedly battling lupus.
On Dec. 27, the same day that the world learned about Selena Gomez‘s alleged struggle with lupus, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that Breaking Bad‘s Anna Gunn may also have the disease. Sources close to the actress say she has displayed similar symptoms to Selena’s, including weight gain and puffiness. Find out more below!
Browse our gallery of recent TV deaths — spoiler alert, obviously — and vote for the one(s) that shocked you the most!
As we head into the holiday season and begin reflecting on the year that was, let’s not forget to remember the many loved ones we’ve lost in recent months. I’m talking, of course, about Brian Griffin, Walter White and all the other beloved characters that met their end this television season. So without further ado, HollywoodLife.com has rounded up 10 of the year’s most shocking TV deaths. Join us in remembering, won’t you?
Forget everything you thought you knew about Walter White. Once you push play, there’s no turning back.
Breaking Bad, one of the most celebrated dramas of our time, is widely believed to have had the perfect finale — but could it have been even more perfect? An alternate ending for AMC’s meth-centric series hit YouTube this weekend, revealing a game-changing twist to Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse’s (Aaron Paul) adventures in the drug trade.
Heisenberg has been woken from his New Hampshire slumber and compelled by his damaged pride to return to where it all began. But what does Walter White have planned? All of the series’ remaining questions are about to be answered.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) famously told Skyler (Anna Gunn) that he “still had things left to do” at the end of “Ozymandias.” Well, we’re about to find out what those things are. And we’re about to find out the true fate of Heisenberg.
‘Breaking Bad’ is racing towards its series finale, but before Heisenberg makes his last stand, HollywoodLife.com caught up EXCLUSIVELY with the actor behind Walt Jr. to talk about that huge family fight (you know the one), the downward spiral of his TV dad, and yes, what’s in store for the finale. SPOILERS AHEAD!
Over the past six seasons of Breaking Bad, we’ve watched Walter White (Bryan Cranston) decay from a family man into a drug lord, all while his son Walter Jr. (RJ Mitte), otherwise known as Flynn, happily feasted on bacon and eggs in utter obliviousness. But no longer — on the heels of Breaking Bad’s game-changing, third-to-last episode “Ozymandias,” HollywoodLife.com sat down for an EXCLUSIVE interview with the son of Heisenberg.
The new series will be a prequel to ‘Breaking Bad,’ which airs its final episode this month.
Here’s a slight reprieve for Breaking Bad fans dreading the impending end of the series: its legacy will live on in spin-off form! Bob Odenkirk‘s Saul Goodman will star on Better Call Saul, HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site Deadline is reporting, a prequel series that will reveal what everyone’s favorite criminal lawyer was up to before getting mixed up with Walter (Bryan Cranston.)
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