If this doesn’t get TV-loving Americans reading again, we don’t know what will. Actor Bryan Cranston has announced that he is writing a memoir about his time portraying Walter White on the hit show Breaking Bad. In a statement, Cranston said that he hopes to “tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad.” The book is due out next fall ... Discuss


Could Heisenberg’s deadly blue drug be responsible for the zombie outbreak that spread from New Mexico to Georgia? Some fans of the two AMC dramas are attempting to piece together clues/easter eggs to prove that Breaking Bad is actually a prequel to The Walking Dead. As noted by Hitfix (warning, the post contains some strong language), in Breaking Bad, Walt White torches a Red Dodge Challenger with black racing stripes before he was supposed to return it to a car dealership manager named “Glenn.” In season one of The Walking Dead, a character named Glenn drives a Dodge Challenger with black racing stripes. Hitfix suggests that “Glenn was the one who had to deal with Walt's temper tantrum and subsequent arson of the car. Looks like Glenn was able to fix it up and get out of New Mexico.”

In season two of The Walking Dead, blue meth—like the kind Walt and Jesse made—can clearly be seen in a baggy containing Merle’s illicit substances. This season on The Walking Dead, Daryl describes Merle’s drug dealer, who sounds an awful lot like Jesse Pinkman. The theory suggests that Jesse and Glenn fled New Mexico at the start of the zombie apocalypse, and ended up in Georgia where Jesse sold his drug (which may have caused the outbreak) to Merle. Yes, it’s really far-fetched, and seems unlikely. But, the creators of the series, at the very least, like doing call backs to Breaking Bad. Maybe they are trying to tell us something ... Discuss


We’ve got some good news for any Heisenberg fans going through Breaking Bad withdraws: series favorite Jonathan Banks—who played the tough guy Mike Ehrmantraut—will be a regular cast member on the spin-off Better Call Saul. According to TV Line, Mike will be featured as Saul Goodman’s “right-hand man” on the new AMC series about the moral evolution of Albuquerque’s most notorious “criminal” lawyer ... Discuss


If you’ve been carefully holding out from encountering online spoilers so you can watch the final episodes of Breaking Bad on Netflix, than we’ve got good news: The wait is almost over. The series finale and last eight episodes of the acclaimed series, which aired on AMC in September, are coming to the streaming provider on Feb. 24. Since you’ve held out this long without having the ending ruined for you, than from here until the end of February, you’ll probably want to play it safe, and just stay off the Internet. The safest course of action is to probably go off the grid in a remote cabin in snowy New Hampshire for awhile, before remerging to society just in time to binge watch the end of your favorite show ... Discuss


According to The Wrap, Jesse Plemons, best known for his roles in Friday Night Lights and more recently, Breaking Bad, may star in the upcoming JJ Abrams-helmed Star Wars reboot. Plemons, who played the young aspiring meth cook Todd on the AMC series, is reportedly scheduled to meet with Abrams this week after the filmmaker liked what he saw during a recent audition. Though there’s no confirmation as to what role Plemons is in the running for in Star Wars: Episode VII, there’s some speculation that he could portray Luke Skywalker’s son. Good luck Todd! We wish you success, even though we will never get over what you put Jesse Pinkman through, you cold-hearted jerk ... Discuss