Betsy Brandt says the intensity of the final “Breaking Bad” episodes “physically affected” her.
Everyone knows Michael J. Fox’s story. The beloved star of “Family Ties,” “Spin City” and the “Back to the Future” movies thought he would have to give up acting all together when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Instead, after taking a few years off to get treatment, he returned to work, winning Emmy nominations […]
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.
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – “Breaking Bad” star Betsy Brandt has been cast as Michael J. Fox’s TV wife. NBC is eyeing the series, which has already been ordered for a full season, for fall. Brandt will play the wife of Fox’s character, a New York news anchor coping – like Fox – with Parkinson’s disease. […]
Last week on “Breaking Bad,” the pollos finally came home to roost. Ted (Christopher Cousins) may be dead. Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) fired Walt (Bryan Cranston) and put a hit out on Hank (Dean Norris). Skyler (Anna Gunn) hired Sal (Paul Odenkirk) who hired goons to make sure Ted paid the IRS, but did nothing to […]
Is laundering millions of dollars together the best way to save your marriage? It has done wonders for Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Skyler’s (Anna Gunn) relationship on “Breaking Bad.” Skyler’s embrace of the criminal lifestyle has been one of the highlights of this season. She and Walt are becoming the middle-aged, suburban “Bonnie and Clyde.” […]
“Breaking Bad’s” fourth season has already turned “Get back to work!” into a catchphrase and revealed why throwing a house party is not the best way to deal with the guilt that stems from committing your first murder. There was only one ingredient that was missing: Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), Walt’s (Bryan Cranston) hilariously shady […]