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Breaking Bad In Spanish: Meet Metástasis' Walter Blanco
We’ll follow the aptly named Walter and wife Cielo (Sandra Reyes), which is Spanish for “sky”, and his partner-in-crime Jose Rosas (Robert Urbina) and brother-in-law Henry Navarro (Julian Arango). It will apparently follow the same basic first season storyline of a chemistry teacher starts cooking meth to gain money once he finds out he has cancer.
Watch Stephen Colbert Fulfill Every Breaking Bad Fan's Dream With Vince Gilligan
I love the way Gilligan is wearing a jacket that would essentially help him blend like a chameleon into the bland White home, and though he's brought it up elsewhere, his comparison of the end of the series to the end of John Ford's The Searchers really helps understand where Walt's head is when he dives to the ground with Jesse in his arms. And, of course, this has Stephen Colbert singing, and who doesn't need that once in a while?
Breaking Bad Post-Finale Round-Up: Walt's Watch, Breakfast, Gifs, Minisodes And More
There's been no shortage of Breaking Bad chatter on the internet since the series wrapped up Sunday night. And really, isn't that part of the fun of TV in this day and age? A show ends and we spend days-weeks-months picking over it, finding those last delectable morsels and savoring all of them until eventually the series finds its rightful place on the never-ending stream of lists celebrating the best TV has to offer. Breaking Bad will, no doubt, have its place on those lists, but for now, we're in the morsel phase...
How Breaking Bad Got It Right And Why It Can Change TV
Breaking Bad did a lot of things right. That may be the understatement of the year, especially after last night's particularly satisfying finale, but it's well worth noting that the series' had a pretty amazing run. Not only did it deliver the goods, fully wrapping up its story in a well-paced and timely manner, but it grew its audience throughout the course of its run, rather than shedding viewers as some shows tend to do when they start to show their age.
Breaking Bad Final Thoughts: What Happens To Jesse?
For those that tuned in, and we’re talking a lot of people here, it was a cathartic and emotionally resonant experience that won’t soon be forgotten. You know who else won’t be forgetting anything that happened? One Jesse Pinkman.
Breaking Bad Creator Vince Gilligan Discusses Alternate Endings
It has actually been more than 12 hours since the last episode aired, but my head is still reeling a little from all that went down. As it turns out, however, the ending that finally made it onto our television screens last night was not even remotely close to the only ending the writers kicked around.
Breaking Bad Finale Sets All-Time Ratings High With 10.3 Million Viewers
The most amazing thing about the Breaking Bad finale by far, even more than where it left our hero, is that the show's viewers had quadrupled in the last two years, even before those huge finale numbers. The mid-season finale of Season 5, "Gliding Over All," was watched by 2.78 million people. I don't have the facts to back this up, but I have a hard time imagining that any other show has made that kind of exponential increase in fans from one season to the next
Breaking Bad Great Debate: How Did Our Predictions Hold Up?
Breaking Bad is over. Walter White's fate is sealed. But that doesn't mean Katey and Sean can't argue over the show one last time
How The Two Songs From The Breaking Bad Finale Explain Everything
Breaking Bad has always had a soft spot for on-the-nose musical choices, from the "Crystal Blue Persuasion" meth-cooking montage to the day in the life of the prostitute Wendy set to The Association's "Windy." So while it might have felt a little crushingly obvious when the guitars started up and the line "I guess I got what I deserved" played
Breaking Bad Watch: Series Finale - Felina
Breaking Bad has come to an end and the series finale cemented it as my favorite TV show of all time. Spoilers if you haven't seen the finale episode of Breaking Bad! Vince Gilligan did an amazing thing, he had it both ways. He took Walt to the brink of villainy and then redeemed him about as much as you can for a guy that caused so much death and destruction through the years.
Breaking Bad Finale: Was That Really The Ending Walt Deserved?
We all figured that Breaking Bad would end neatly, tying up all its loose ends and touching back with as many characters as possible...
Breaking Bad Finale: Who Lived And Who Died?
Well, it's over. Breaking Bad came to its conclusion tonight with "Felina." It's at this point that you want to stop reading if you haven't seen the final episode because we're about to get into some major spoilers!
One Last Cook: A Special Evening With Breaking Bad Creator Vince Gilligan
Just over 48 hours before the series finale, 1800 fans gathered at the Centre for Performing Arts for a Vancouver International Film Festival event called 'One Last Cook: A Special Evening With Breaking Bad Creator Vince Gilligan.' The sold out crowd was treated to a Q & A with the genius behind the Emmy winning drama, moderated by Damon Lindelof, as well as a screening of Gilligan's favorite episode.
Breaking Bad Finale Menu: Pollos Hermanos Chicken, Crystal Blue Cocktails, And Tableside Guacamole
By now you've hopefully either closed all the curtains and turned off your phone or invited everyone you know over to your house, because there's only one way to spend your Sunday night, and it's watching the Breaking Bad finale. Anticipation is at a fever pitch, and anyone at your house will be too busy clutching the couch armrests to eat anything… but if you're hosting a finale viewing party, you've gotta be a good host and feed 'em
Breaking Bad Meets Walking Dead And The Darkest Parody Song Ever
There’s no denying that Breaking Bad is one of the main things sapping the public consciousness all at once,.You guys aren’t tired of it yet, are you? You aren’t…dead…tired, are you? If you’re feeling dead at all, you may want to watch the above video, via CollegeHumor to see if in fact your present condition is the cause of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman creating a particularly bad batch of the blue meth. One that creates zombies!