Things certainly got heated on the Aug. 25 episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ when Saul’s face got bashed in by a vengeful Jesse. He didn’t die, but a recent statement Bob Odenkirk made to HollywoodLife.com exclusively has us wondering if Saul dies before the series finale (we hope not!). Keep reading for all the details!
If Breaking Bad has taught us anything over the last few years, it’s that no one is safe. And sadly, Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) “may or may not” appear in the final episode, which airs on Sept. 29, the star recently told us. Will Saul meet his maker before the series closes?
Following Marie’s intense fight with Skyler on the Aug. 18 episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ Betsy Brandt spoke out about her shocking discovery and why she’s worried about Hank. Keep reading for all the scoop!
The final episodes of Breaking Bad are proving to be the most intense of the entire series, as evidenced by Marie’s (Betsy Brandt) epic slap and her attempt to steal Skyler’s (Anna Gunn) baby, Holly, on the Aug. 18 episode.
After Marie finds out that Skyler knew all about Walt’s criminal behavior, she slaps her(!) and tries to kidnap the baby! This week, things officially get cray-cray.
Poor, Skyler (Anna Gunn). If only she had foreseen what would happen when Hank (Dean Norris) and Marie (Betsy Brandt) discovered Walt’s (Bryan Cranston) true identity, perhaps she would have turned him in to authorities when she had the chance. Now, Skyler is paying for being loyal to her husband — she’s getting physically beaten and begging her sister not to kidnap her daughter!
The final season of ‘Breaking Bad’ premiered on August 11, and while the hit AMC series is quickly coming to a close, Bob Odenkirk told HollywoodLife.com exclusively that his character, Saul Goodman, may continue to move forward in a spinoff series. Keep reading for all the details!
We can hardly fathom the idea that Breaking Bad will come to a close on September 29. However, while we’ll have no choice but to say goodbye to characters such as Walt (Bryan Cranston), Skyler (Anna Gunn) and Hank (Dean Norris), whom we’ve grown to love, there are others who may live on in the spinoff series that creator Vince Gilligan is hoping will come to fruition.
Now that ‘Breaking Bad’s’ final eight episodes have begun airing, many fans are constructing their own theories on how the series will end. While some may seem cray-cray, one particular theory, however, has the hairs on the back of our necks standing straight up.
Following the mind-blowing season premiere on August 11, we began sifting through multiple theories on how Breaking Bad may come to close in September. And one particular theory really got our hearts racing. Is it possible that Walter White (Bryan Cranston) may end up killing his wife, Skyler (Anna Gunn), by the end of the series?
‘Breaking Bad’ fans finally had their cravings fixed when the show returned on August 11 — and the mid-season premiere did not disappoint! Celebs like Rihanna were getting pumped up for the big premiere, and the shocking episode even had the show’s star Aaron Paul tweeting his excitement!
We aren’t the only ones who are psyched that Breaking Bad is back. It seemed the entire world — celebrities included — tuned in to the mid-season premiere on August 11, which had tons of stars gasping for air on Twitter before, during, and after a stunning, exciting episode that kicked off the final eight episodes of the series.
The final eight-episode run of ‘Breaking Bad’ kicked off last night, August 11, picking up smack dab in the middle of Walter White’s chaotic life. Between Walt confronting Hank and Jesse having an emotional breakdown, the hard-hitting show had us on the edge of our seats and we were left completely STUNNED by what went down in the premiere.
Thank god — Breaking Bad is back! It might not be good for our hearts, but the most intense show on TV returned on August 11, and with only 8 episodes left in the series, we’re already racing towards the finish line. The mid-season premiere definitely made sure we had no time to catch our breath — here are the wildest things that happened in the episode. Oh yeah, spoilers ahead!
Now that Walt’s brother-in-law knows his true identity, he faces the biggest threat of his life. Plus, we see another glimpse into Walt’s future and it’s NOT pretty.
In a flash forward from last season (the first half of season five, to be exact), we saw Walt (Bryan Cranston) one year in the future, celebrating his birthday at Denny’s. He was bearded, ragged, and carrying a New Hampshire driver’s license.
The final eight episodes of ‘Breaking Bad’ lay the groundwork for an epic and fitting conclusion, Bryan Cranston told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at the final season’s premiere at Lincoln Center on July 31. Keep reading for all the details!
After everything that has happened over the past four and a half seasons — the exploding tortoise, Gus Fring’s fiery death, or the death of Mike — we can’t imagine how Breaking Bad will top itself during the final eight episodes. However, Bryan Cranston tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that the forthcoming episodes will be mind-numbingly shocking!
Oh no! Will Walter White meet his maker before the series comes to a close on September 29? The cast hinted at a gruesome ending for the AMC series at TimesTalk on July 30.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston attended TimesTalk to promote the final episodes of Breaking Bad at Times Center on July 30 in New York City, where Bryan revealed that Walter dying may be a “fitful” ending. (Say it isn’t so!)
What will happen now that Hank knows Walt’s secret? The cast previewed the final eight episodes of ‘Breaking Bad’ in San Diego.
As it heads into its final eight episodes, the cast of Breaking Bad — Bryan Cranston (Walter White), Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman), Anna Gunn (Skyler White), Dean Norris (Hank Schrader), Betsy Brandt (Marie Schrader), R. J. Mitte (Walter Jr.) and Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) — came to Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con on July 21 to hint at the events that remain in season five.
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and stars Dean Norris, Aaron Paul, and Bryan Cranston share tidbits of what’s to come in Season 3.
Looking for a scoop on how the dramatic events of Breaking Bad‘s season two finale will affect the characters in the third season? HollywoodLife.com talked with stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Dean Norris, plus series creator Vince Gilligan, at the show’s premiere at the Arclight Hollywood to find out about death, drugs, and divorce in the southwest.
“A lot of crazy stuff happens this season; it’s more intense than ever,” Vince told us.Read more
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