By Tim Kenneally Mike Ehrmantraut has been resurrected — as a “Community” cast member! Jonathan Banks, who played meth-ring enforcer Ehrmantraut on AMC’s “Breaking Bad” before his character was killed off earlier in the fifth and final season, has signed on as a recurring cast member for NBC’s “Community,” which is entering its fifth season. […]
By Tim Molloy If you use Walter White’s GPS numbers to go hunting for his treasure, you’re going to be disappointed. But you will find a cool inside joke. The GPS coordinates where Walt he buried his cache of cash on Sunday’s episode (+34° 59′ 20.00″, -106° 36′ 52″) aren’t actually for a location in […]
Jimmy Fallon has been tweeting photos teasing an upcoming “Late Night” parody, “Joking Bad.”
AMC’s critically acclaimed drama “Breaking Bad” is breaking out. The Nielsen ratings company says 5.9 million people watched the first of the Emmy Award-winning show’s eight final episodes Sunday night.
It’s been five years of meth addicts, deadly shootings, violent drug traffickers and hidden secrets of the desert. And throughout the filming of AMC hit television series “Breaking Bad” in Albuquerque, interest in this Southwestern city from tourists has grown and local businesses have sought to cash in.
The avalanche of publicity ends tonight with the return of “Breaking Bad” for its final eight episodes. The question now is: Who’s in Walt’s way now?
“Breaking Bad” comes back on Sunday. As we gear up for the show’s final eight episodes, let’s refresh our memories on where we left the main characters at the end of last season.
The wait is almost over. Since the debut of “Breaking Bad” in January 2008, this drama series — horrifying, funny, twisted and addictive — has kept its audience guessing.
“Breaking Bad” will begin airing its final season on August 11, which will wrap up Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) journey from a Mr. Chips-type teacher to a meth-making drug lord, but it may not be the end for Walt’s lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk).
Now we know what darkness Bryan Cranston taps into to play Walter White. The Emmy-winning “Breaking Bad” star says in a new GQ interview that he once fantasized about murdering an ex-girlfriend who was stalking him, and imagining a brutal and graphic scenario.