Sunday’s series finale of “Breaking Bad” drew 10.3 million viewers at 9/8c on AMC, surpassing last season’s finale by 300 percent, AMC said Monday.
Sunday’s “Breaking Bad” series finale is Topic A all over the place on Monday morning. Here’s another take on how everything went down …
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“Saturday Night Live” took advantage of this weekend’s “Breaking Bad”-mania by recruiting “BB” star Aaron Paul for three surprise cameo appearances.
TV’s longest-running entertainment show returns Sunday night with a salute to a show that’s much newer, but also critically acclaimed.
The Emmy-award winning series “Breaking Bad” is set to air its last show Sunday and the city where it was filmed is preparing for the end.
Betsy Brandt says the intensity of the final “Breaking Bad” episodes “physically affected” her.
For five seasons of wickedness this AMC drama has set viewers face-to-face with the repellant but irresistible Walter White and the dark world he embraced as he spiraled into evil. With the end imminent (Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT), who can say what fate awaits this teacher-turned-drug-lord for the havoc he has wreaked on everyone […]
CBS says “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston is coming back to “How I Met Your Mother.”