AMC announced that the new series will debut immediately after The Walking Dead’s midseason premiere. It’s bound to be a darkly funny, corpse-laden night. The network also released a new teaser trailer for Saul: come on and get some.
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After Toys ‘R’ Us pulled the generally fine Breaking Bad dolls from its shelves, Paul went on the offensive, tweeting out a slew of disapproval. Find out what Jesse Pinkman had to say, and how many B-bombs he had to drop to say it.
The mere existence of a Breaking Bad spinoff has fans excited. Combine that with the show’s Emmy domination and the release of new Better Call Saul information, and they’re positively tizzied. But the question remains: Will Bryan Cranston step back into Mr. White’s shoes for an appearance or two (or three, or four)?
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are together again in a new spoof video that’s jam-packed with Breaking Bad references!
Breaking Bad creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan gave an extensive interview about upcoming series Better Call Saul to the Television Critics Association over the weekend. Gilligan, along with producer Peter Gould, shared a hefty number of details regarding the upcoming spinoff. And AMC was kind enough to release new photos. Get ready for information: […]
The potential hit show, starring Bob Odenkirk and Aaron Paul of “Breaking Bad,” gets (at least) twice as many episodes. But we won’t be able to see them for twice as long.
Breaking Bad had what many consider to be the best finales in television history — but the show’s characters may not be done yet. Aaron Paul had some interesting comments on Jesse Pinkman’s future (or past) during a recent interview…
Video games have long been blamed for inspiring criminal activity among America’s youth, but now we can apparently add critically acclaimed television shows to the list of bad influences — or should I say, Breaking Bad influences. 21-year-old Daniel Kowalski from a suburb of Chicago was arrested Monday after police found a meth lab in his home and he was booked wearing a Los Pollos Hermanos tshirt, the fictional restaurant that served as a meth lab front on AMC’s Breaking Bad.
While AMC’s explosively popular series Breaking Bad was in it’s peak, a man named Walter White was running a meth empire in Alabama. He wasn’t just any meth cook, either, he’s described as a “meth chef” in a new VICE documentary, just like Breaking Bad’s Walter White.
Welcome to Breaking Up Bad — a real-life, cajun-flavored take on AMC’s critically acclaimed series in which offshore worker Grant Williams returns to his home outside of New Orleans to find his estranged wife and an unknown man (standing in the shower) with drugs and the components of a meth lab.