Ken Jeong and David Cross
When Community's Greendale gang learns that Professor Hickey (Jonathan Banks) wasn't invited to his grandson's birthday party, they befriend his son Hank (David Cross) and use a game of Dungeons & Dragons to reunite the estranged family.
Breaking Bad alum Jonathan Banks has joined Bob Odenkirk on the upcoming prequel series Better Call Saul, Deadline reports.
The new series, which will debut on AMC in...
Donald Glover, Danny Pudi
Even though we knew it was coming, last week's Community dropped a major bomb on viewers: Troy (Donald Glover) was leaving Greendale to sail Pierce's boat around the world in order to get millions of dollars (and become a man, or whatever).
"I thought that the writer's did a really great job of working it into the script in a really interesting and still very sentimental way," Alison Brie tells TVGuide.com of Glover's decision to exit the series. And according to the actress, who plays Annie on the NBC comedy, Thursday's episode will act as an "amazing farewell" to Troy.
Community will boast not one, but two very special guest stars from Arrested Development this coming season.
In addition to series creator Mitch Hurwitz, who will play Greendale's ultimate party animal...
Criminal Minds alum Paget Brewster is set to make a cameo appearance in an upcoming episode of Community.
On Wednesday, Community star Alison Brie tweeted a picture of her and Brewster with...
Nathan Fillion will guest-star on Community's upcoming fifth season, Deadlinereports.
Community's fifth season renewal has now been Justified. Walton Goggins will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the NBC comedy, TV Guide Magazine has learned.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]
For many viewers, there is one major question hanging over the final episodes of Breaking Bad: Will Jesse (Aaron Paul) ever learn of the many awful things Walt (Bryan Cranston) has done to him over the past five seasons? And if so, how will Jesse react?
After Sunday's episode...
Dean Norris, Bryan Cranston
When Breaking Bad returns for its final eight episodes Sunday, Walter White is surprisingly in a pretty good place.
Although the first half of Season 5 saw former high school chemistry teacher Walt (Bryan Cranston) at his most reprehensible— he murdered his partner Mike (Jonathan Banks) and a dozen other people who could identify Walt as Gus Fring's mastermind meth cook — he still managed to take his meth empire international, make a storage locker full of cash and promise his wife Skyler (Anna Gunn) that he was quitting the business.
So, how is Breaking Bad going to end?
"I think everybody will be satisfied with the ending, where we hug it out," star Bryan Cranston joked Friday at the final Television Critics Association panel for the AMC drama. "Walt has a large reservoir of good to be shared with everyone else, and he spreads his joy throughout the last eight episodes. ... All is forgiven."
Given everything we know about...