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With the second season of Better Call Saul premiering in two weeks on AMC, a new clip from the series has hit the web.
One of the most exciting parts of Better Call Saul is the possibility of Breaking Bad characters entering the world. Aaron Paul recently spoke to the possibility of Jesse appearing in the prequel show
Bruce Wayne’s investigation of his parents’ murder has been a slow undertaking on Gotham, but when the show returns next month, he’ll will finally learn the identity of this mysterious killer.
In Better Call Saul Season 1, Bob Odenkirk’s excellent performance almost had us forgetting all about our hopes and dreams for what Breaking Bad characters might appear on the show. But now our hopes are back in full force.
We all probably tell ourselves that we would exhibit adroit social skills when meeting a beloved celebrity, but there are a lot of people out there who are not so mentally sharp in the heat of the moment. Jesse Plemons knows this.
With so much great television on at the moment, you have to have some really captivating characters to differentiate yourself from the plethora of programming that’s available. While of course a series needs to have characters that the viewer really cares about, there’s perhaps an even more effective way of writing awesome characters. Namely: to make a character that’s a downright awful person.
Breaking Bad would not have been nearly as successful as it was without DEA Agent/Brother-in-law Hank Schrader. But it turns out a complete fluke stopped him from being killed off earlier in the series.
If you listen to the stars of Breaking Bad talking about the show these days, it’s usually about Bryan Cranston playing pranks and pulling dildos out. But here, we get a peek into how emotionally charged the actor got for one particular scene.
One might think that being on a TV show as serious-minded as Breaking Bad would require a cast of actors who thrived on intensity even when the cameras weren’t rolling. But no.
You already know what your favorite TV shows are, and you probably know what your friends’ favorite shows are, particularly if they’re outspoken on social media. But have you ever wondered how the people making those series feel about all the projects populating TV history?
Although Bob Odenkirk stars on both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, he’s not exactly playing the same character, and that was cause for concern for co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, as they thought viewers would only want to see Saul Goodman.
Lots of movies and TV shows were inspired by real life, but less often are real-life events inspired by the entertainment world. But it looks like one of the most disgusting scenes in Breaking Bad had a part to play in a particularly heinous murder in France recently.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. We’ve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
Breaking Bad was filled with some of contemporary television’s most indelible moments. According to a recent comment from one of the show’s writers, one particularly morbid scene from the show’s second season was initially conceived merely as a joke among the staff.
Panel Q & A at conventions is a delicate thing. You’re standing in front of a celebrity you love and you have the opportunity to ask them anything you want. Apparently with Bryan Cranston, you ask questions at your own risk.