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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.
The Mythbusters will be back in just a couple weeks with a new batch of episodes and we now have a sneak peek at some of the material they will be covering. Among their topics for investigation will be more Star Wars goodness as well as at least one Breaking Bad related myth.
Here in the world of television fandom, we rely on our main characters to keep us hooked on our favorites series year in and year out, and it’s inarguably a tough job. So cheers to these ten characters, chosen by fans as the greatest TV figures of all time.
The 2015 Electric Daisy Carnival brought plenty of joy to festivalgoers in Nevada over the weekend, but for fans of the drama Breaking Bad, the best moment may have been during the band Above & Beyond’s set, when Walter White made an appearance.
As hard as it was for fans ofBreaking Bad to let their favorite show go, they could always take solace in the existence of spin off Better Call Saul. Since Saul was a prequel that meant that somewhere out there Walter White was still there.
Prepare to never again look upon the silly smile of SpongeBob Squarepants and see the childlike innocence he is perceived to embody. Thanks to this mashup, a seedier side of animation’s favorite perpetually Pollyannaish sea sponge gets mashed up with Breaking Bad's Walter White.
It’s been over a year and a half since Breaking Bad bowed out in style with its fantastic series finale, and while viewers can surmise what happened to the surviving characters, there’s one person whose fate was left entirely in the balance: devoted henchman Huell Babineaux. Until now.
If you’re playing one of television’s most charismatic aggressors, it helps if your personality is at least partially sadistic in nature. And Walter White portrayer Bryan Cranston certainly has a lighthearted villainous streak running through him.
We all know that Breaking Bad was an incredible show, and that had a lot to do with its impeccable cast. What you might not know is that one piece of that stellar ensemble was very close to not existing in that universe at all if it wasn’t for How I Met Your Mother.
Most great TV series are designed to be memorable from the ground up, from the cast to the clothing to the vehicles that the characters use to get around. We’ve rounded up ten vehicles to see if you dear readers can figure out what shows they came from.
Sure, the act of throwing a pizza on the house’s roof is embedded in Breaking Bad itself, as that’s precisely what Walt did in anger during “Caballo Sin Nombre” after Skyler wouldn’t let him in the house. But don't do it to the people who live there now!
Though AMC’s Better Call Saul is a spinoff of the popular critical darling Breaking Bad, one’s enjoyment of the Bob Odenkirk series is completely exclusive from one’s feelings about the flagship show. And one of the more interesting pleasures is in anticipating Breaking Bad characters showing up. Here's how many we can expect.
For six years, Breaking Bad fans found comfort in the edge of their seats as creator Vince Gilligan weaved an often unpredictable path through a New Mexico suburban underworld. But it's possible few people were more surprised by the show’s events than star Bob Odenkirk himself.