By Tim Molloy The biggest twist on Sunday’s “Breaking Bad” — a moment that brought Walter White out of pathetic, snowbound retirement — came courtesy of a 16-year-old boy who… More
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In a break with TV tradition, the Emmy Awards will have plenty of competition on Sunday from some shows that, ironically, are nominated for numerous awards. Read our rundown …
By Tim Kenneally “Breaking Bad” fans, prepare to cash in your sick days. In the run-up to the Sept. 29 finale of AMC’s hit drama, AMC will run a “Countdown… More
Have you seen the teaser clip for the Marvin Gaye biopic “Sexual Healing”? I just watched it and I’m a bit perplexed.
By Tim Kenneally “Breaking Bad” fans, rejoice; while your favorite show is coming to an end all too soon, there will be more of what’s left of it. The final… More
Sunday’s “Breaking Bad,” the third-to-last episode, didn’t wimp out on last week’s cliffhanger.
There’s nothing humorous about dealing crystal meth to provide for family after cancer claims a man — but there is plenty of funny to be mined in selling jokes on the black market.
“Breaking Bad’s” Saul Goodman will live on at AMC. After lengthy negotiations, the cable network and “Breaking Bad” producer Sony Pictures TV have reached a licensing agreement for a spinoff from Vince Gilligan’s acclaimed drama series.
Last week—August 28 to be exact—marked the 50-year anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington and delivering his famous “I Have a Dream” speech before 250,000.
“Breaking Bad” star Anna Gunn wrote an Op-Ed piece published in the New York Times in which she talked about the trials and tribulations of playing Skyler White.