AMC has released a new look at the upcoming Breaking Bad spin-off show Better Call Saul. The series, which debuts on Feb. 8, takes place years before the rise of Heisenberg, when Saul Goodman was a struggling attorney known as Jimmy McGill ... Discuss
If you’ve been missing your old friends from Albuquerque since Breaking Bad ended with a bang last year, than you’ll probably enjoy this video that gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Better Call Saul. The prequel spin-off features some familiar faces as it tells the story of how “a small-time lawyer searching for his destiny” named Jimmy McGill became the criminal mastermind Walter White later knew as Saul Goodman. Better Call Saul premieres on AMC this February ... Discuss
This spring, 19-year-old Bradley Joyner was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer, but his parents are determined to make all his wishes come true. A huge fan of Breaking Bad, Joyner dreamed of one day meeting star Bryan Cranston. After his parents launched the #breakingbad Twitter campaign, word finally made it to Heisenberg himself, and the two recently got the chance to meet over Skype. You can watch his parents tell him the good news below, and Bryan and Bradley’s first meeting here ... Discuss
Monday night's Emmys belonged to Breaking Bad. The epic series won six Emmys last night, including Outstanding Drama Series, Best Actor – Drama (Bryan Cranston), Best Supporting Actor – Drama (Aaron Paul) and Best Supporting Actress – Drama (Anna Gunn). The comedy Modern Family took home its fifth Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy, and the latest season of Sherlock netted a whopping seven Emmys, including Best Actor - TV Movie/Miniseries for Benedict Cumberbatch.
For the most part, the ceremony itself was relatively tame (boring), but one awkward moment has been getting a lot of negative feedback from Twitter viewers. At one point, the CEO of the Television Academy made a tame (really boring) speech about how great the Television Academy is, and made actress Sofia Vergara stand on an elevated, rotating platform next to him to be displayed like a life-sized trophy. Obviously, people took issue with this “joke.” For a show that recognizes such innovation and great writing, you would have thought they could have come up with better material ... Discuss
In July, Halle Berry appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new television show, Extant, in which she plays an astronaut who returns to earth after a year in space with a big secret. Their chatter fluttered around the usual late-night show talk, but buried was a brief—but revealing—discussion about working in TV in this day and age.
“Television is a lot harder than I ever thought it would be,” Berry said. “I thought, ‘I’m going to do television so I can be with my kid more.’ I never see my daughter!” Read More