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Albuquerque may soon have a familiar face serving as County Commissioner. Actor Steven Michael Quezada has announced that he is running for the position, telling the AP, “I think I bring a new face to the Democratic Party.” If Quezada looks familiar, that’s because he played DEA Agent Steven Gomez in the Albuquerque-set crime drama Breaking Bad. Ironically, Quezada is currently a member of the school board, giving him access to local chemistry professors, who may or may not be involved in elaborate crime rings that he may or may not be infiltrating to avenge the death of his partner. Just speculating here. Discuss

Discovery released a trailer for the upcoming season of their long-running series, MythBusters, and along with the kinds of science experiments and explosions they’re known for, the duo has something special in store for Breaking Bad fans. ’s creator, Vince Gilligan, will make a guest appearance as the pair will see if the remote controlled robotic machine gun Walter White creates during the series finale would actually work. In case you had any doubts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman have the coolest jobs in the world. The new series debuts July 18. Discuss

'Better Call Saul' and Sin's Slippery Slope

The 'Breaking Bad' spinoff has redemption, and the lack thereof, on its mind. Read More

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