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When a TV show is a hit, it stands to reason that it may have caught the attention and appreciation of some A-list actors. From time to time, we'll hear a celebrity chat on a talk show or in an interview about their obsession with a certain show, breaking our misconception that they spend all of their evenings out at trendy night clubs and lavish Hollywood parties, when they're not on set shooting their next whatever.
Bryan Cranston is heading back to How I Met Your Mother during the CBS comedy’s final season. The man hasn’t been a part of the HIMYM family since 2007, when he popped up on the series as one of Ted Mosby’s coworkers and later one of his underlings. In Season 9, he’ll return to the series playing the infamous Hammond Druthers.
Looking at the cover of this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly, I'm wondering if Breaking Bad's Jesse and Walt have just finished pummeling each other, or if their arms being around each other is meant to signify the friendship that exists behind their recent falling out. Maybe the cover's symbolic of both. Either way, it's a great reminder of what's been brewing on Breaking Bad as the series inches closer to its inevitable conclusion.
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston made a splash at Comic-Con earlier this month when he revealed at the panel that he walked the floor wearing a Walter White mask. The topic came up during Late Show with David Letterman when Cranston sat down to be interviewed on the late night talk show.
With Breaking Bad having just wrapped up the first half of its final season on AMC, it was looking like we weren't going to see Bryan Cranston on the small screen until next summer. While we'll still have to wait until next summer for Breaking Bad to return, Bryan Cranston will be appearing in NBC's comedy series 30 Rock at some point in the series' upcoming seventh season.
It's amazing how much can happen over the course of eleven months. Just ask Walter White. According to Breaking Bad showrunner, that's how much time has passed in Walt's life since the pilot episode of the series. And look how far he's come! We had the opportunity to sit down with Gilliagan and the cast of Breaking Bad at Comic Con last week, and they had some very interesting things about the upcoming season.
It looks like Bryan Cranston’s getting the animated treatment. The Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad star has loaned his voice to various animated projects, including FX’s Archer, as well as Fox’s American Dad and more recently, The Cleveland Show. We’ll also get to hear him in upcoming Madacascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted, but before that, he’ll appear (in voice) on The Simpsons.
How will Breaking Bad end? Are we in for a happy ending? Or something utterly devastating? It could really go either way. A show like this never really felt set up for a happily ever after, but the writers may find one. Or Walter White will go out in a blaze of glory. We have plenty of time to speculate, and from what Bryan Cranston says, it sounds like we won’t see the ending of the series until next year.
Remember when Bryan Cranston was funny? There really isn’t a lot of room for humor in Walter White’s world on Breaking Bad. At least, not the kind we once saw from Cranston in his Malcolm in the Middle days. But we may see the lighter side of Cranston again... kind of.
The third season of Archer premieres in just over a week. This show, including this falls’ three-part Heart of Archness, was already filled to the brim with amazing guest stars like Sterling’s idol Burt Reynolds. However, with these new announcements, the network has really outdone themselves. Among a few others, three time Emmy Award winning Bryan Cranston will lend his voice to the FX animated comedy.
Mad Men fans still have months and months and wait for their favorite AMC show to return to the air, but Breaking Bad fans are going to have much better summers. The network announced today on their blog that Breaking Bad will return on Sunday, July 17 at 10 p.m. Not only that, but they posted a teaser trailer for the entire season
Last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live brought Bryan Cranston back into the comedic spotlight. If you missed it, we have some video clips from Cranston’s night as host of SNL.
When something is as big a hit as AMC's Breaking Bad, fans don't really need to sweat over the possibility of a next season, but it's nice to get confirmation anyway
March is the month of Bryan Cranston, or so it would seem. Cranston, who won a much deserved Emmy for his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad is bringing his directorial debuts to WE tv and AMC next month. Not only did Cranston direct the second season premiere of Breaking Bad, he also wrote and directed the upcoming romantic drama set to air on WE tv called Last Chance.