For most of Breaking Bad's fifth season, Skyler White has been paralyzed by depression and fear. But that may soon change.
Breaking Bad: Walt's the new king, but for how long?
Ever since Walter (Bryan Cranston) killed meth kingpin Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), Skyler (Anna Gunn) has been walking on eggshells around her increasingly sociopathic husband. But recently, she's been on a one-woman mission to keep the kids away from Walt, the one battle she has thus far been able to win.
"There is a part of her that's being galvanized," Gunn tells TVGuide.com...
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston
In the fifth season of Breaking Bad, Walter White truly is The One Who Knocks.
The AMC drama's Season 4 finale saw Walt (Bryan Cranston) — the one-time cancer-stricken high school chemistry teacher who began cooking meth to provide for his family after his death — pull out all the stops to protect his loved ones and his partner Jesse (Aaron Paul) from the terrifying drug kingpin Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).
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When Breaking Bad returns July 15, expect Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and DEA brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris) to take their game of cat and mouse to new levels.
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The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad will both participate in hour-long panels at Comic-Con this July, AMC announced Thursday.
The Walking Dead will take over Hall H for an afternoon panel moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick on Friday, July 13.
Like most of the characters on Breaking Bad, Dean Norris' Hank Schrader is a long way from where he started at the beginning of the series.
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Once a blowhard DEA agent who provided comic relief, Hank's bulldoglike search for the meth maker known as Heisenberg has taken the character through a dark battle with post-traumatic stress disorder and, most recently, left him bedridden after being shot by two assassins sent by the Mexican drug cartel...
Cheers to Dean Norris for being so damn good on Breaking Bad.
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The bulldog-like character actor still snarls as Hank Schrader even though the DEA agent is mostly confined to his bed after getting shot in an ambush at the end of last season. But you can't keep a good narc down, so Hank will soon be back on the trail of meth genius "Heisenberg," unaware that it's really his brother-in-law Walter White (Bryan Cranston)...
Bryant Cranston and Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
In Breaking Bad's fourth season, Walter White may finally accept what viewers have known for a while now: Walt is not a good man.
When viewers first met Walt (Bryan Cranston), running around the desert in tighty-whiteys after his first kill, his plight as a terminally-ill-chemistry-teacher-turned-crystal-meth-maker was still somewhat relatable. But after telling a mountain of lies, collecting boatloads of cash and committing a few more murders, Walt now seems about as black as his alter ego Heisenberg's porkpie hat.
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"He has accepted who he is and embraced who he is," Cranston tells TVGuide.com...
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ADAM: It's the moment Castle fans have long fantasized about: In the Jan. 3 episode, Castle will look Beckett square in the eyes and say, "Will you marry me?" Speaking of fantasies, just wait until you see Castle's reaction to finally living out one of his dreams: being alone in a room with two Becketts at the same time.
When will we get more backstory on The Vampire Diaries? — Maxine
NATALIE: An upcoming flashback to 1864 will give Elena a new perspective on her sibling suitors. Before then, though, expect a visit or two from the Grim Reaper. "A lot of people are...
Breaking Bad co-star Dean Norris has a guest spot on Law & Order: Los Angeles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
For Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, playing the sober Jesse Pinkman of Season 3 is scarier than playing the character as a drug addict.
"It's almost playing a different character, but within the same person," Paul tells TVGuide.com. "This show is about change, and all the characters...