Iain De Casetecker, Elizabeth Henstridge
This week, ABC launched its online companion series to Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Declassified," in conjunction with the series premiere. An Internet genius decided to combine Breaking Bad with the Seinfeld theme music and laugh track and turn AMC's dark drama into a quirky comedy, whileDean Norris gave us a hint at what might be next for Hank Schraeder. In other AMC-related content, College Humor hilariously pondered why no one's watching Low Winter Sun. And, Homeland fans who are gearing up for the Season 3 premiere on Sunday can check out the Abu Nazir Acting School, as well as Homeland: The Musical. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
He is the one who returns: Bryan Cranston will reprise his role as Ted's former boss Hammond Druthers on How I Met Your Mother later this season, CBS announced Wednesday.
How I Met Your Mother: Ranking Ted's girlfriends
The Breaking Bad star appeared in two ...
Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, Conan O'Brien
The entire Breaking Bad cast appeared on Conan Monday night and (thankfully) barely touched upon the show's upcoming series finale. Instead of giving viewers an hour of vague teases that don't reveal anything, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and the rest of the gang did what they do best: entertain the hell out of us.
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]
On Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White was a dead man walking — and not just because he's a wanted criminal.
Breaking Bad postmortem: Can Walter White be redeemed?
Although Walt (Bryan Cranston) makes his escape to a snowy cabin in New Hampshire via Saul's (Bob Odenkirk) "vacuum repair guy" (Robert Forster), he slowly becomes ...
Neil Patrick Harris
"This just in: No one in America is winning their Emmy office pool," quipped Neil Patrick Harris toward the end of Sunday's Emmy show, not long after The Colbert Report broke The Daily Show's 10-year winning streak as best variety series, The Voice took the reality-competition prize from The Amazing Race and The Newsroom's Jeff Daniels upset a crowded field of best-actor nominees, remarking, "Well, crap!" while chewing gum.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
Breaking Bad fans will get an extra dose of the AMC drama this week and next. The season's penultimate episode and series finale will each run 75 minutes instead of the typical 60, executive producer Peter Gouldannounced on Twitter Wednesday.
Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn
Despite the number of terrible things Walter White has done over the course of five seasons on Breaking Bad, the formerly meek high school chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin still has viewers who cheer him on in his disastrous journey.
But Sunday's episode —which to this viewer's eye was the last step in Walt's transformation from Mr. Chips to Scarface — certainly has to bring an end to all of that, right? Probably not.
Breaking Bad "Ozymandias" recap: The king of kings has fallen
Yes, Walt (Bryan Cranston) was undoubtedly responsible for the circumstances that ultimately led to...
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Early on Sunday's antepenultimate episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White collapses on the hard desert floor in sadness. And although things get considerably worse for Walt as the episode goes on, in that moment, Heisenberg is the embodiment of the Percy Bysshe Shelley poem from which the episode takes its name.
Breaking Bad postmortem: Is it all over for Walt?
You can't really fault Anna Gunn for craving a little peace and quiet. After six seasons of playing Skyler White — the steel-spined wife of crystal-meth kingpin Walter White on AMC's Breaking Bad — the 45-year-old actress has earned the right to take a breath...
Andy Cohen and Lady Gaga
Our top moments of the week:
11. Best Comeback: Nearly two decades after his raucous, late-night talk show went off the air, Arsenio Hall is back... and his shtick couldn't be more current. In the intro segment of the first new episode of The Arsenio Hall Show, Hall lays on a couch, fretting about returning to late-night. "Once I'm at No. 1, I should be able to stay in late night forever if I want to," he says. "That makes sense, doesn't it?" The camera pulls back to reveal that ...