[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 4 premiere of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]
Did Jesse kill Gale? After spending more than a year wondering, Breaking Bad viewers had that question answered by the AMC thriller's Season 4 premiere.
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But the fact that Jesse ...
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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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As AMC's Emmy-award winning drama Breaking Bad prepares to fire up its fourth season on July 17, the show's stars came out for the premiere to reflect on a very realistic scenario: that Season 5 could be its very last. Even though creator Vince Gilligan only hinted at this possibility in an interview earlier this week without directly confirming it, it appears the actors have accepted the fact that the series will end next year.
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Breaking Bad is Walter White's story, but this may be Hank Schrader's season.
"It's the biggest season yet for him," Dean Norris, who plays Hank, tells TVGuide.com. "They really open up the story for my character and he really comes to the forefront. We get a look into Hank's ...
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The consequences of Walt's actions are really about to pile up on Breaking Bad.
In the season opener (warning: minor spoilers follow) Skyler (Anna Gunn) filed for divorce after learning that Walt (Bryan Cranston) has become a crystal meth manufacturer. On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Walt gets his first taste of how serious Skyler really is.
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"She's trying to maintain distance and Walt's agenda is to bring them back [together]," Cranston tells TVGuide.com. "They're working at counter-purposes here, and all in the interest of what they think is best for the family. It gets very contentious throughout the season."
Walt will get some support from his son (RJ Mitte), who shows up at Walt's apartment complex no longer wanting to live at home with Skyler. Walt seizes...
Breaking Bad's Walter White might be television's all-time greatest liar.
"I didn't set out with that in mind, but when you lead a double life, you have to lie constantly," Vince Gilligan, the creator and executive producer of the AMC drama, tells TVGuide.com. "It's just something you have to do. Otherwise the rest of it isn't going to work."
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In the early episodes of the show's searing third season, which begins Sunday at 10/9c, the person Walt (Bryan Cranston) lies to the most is himself. Several of Walt's decisions and actions last season culminated in a mid-air plane collision that rained debris over his own house. Stricken with guilt over the two planes' 167 casualties, Walt begins Season 3 by telling himself that he's done cooking meth, and that he's not a criminal...
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ABC has given a series commitment to The Call, a real-time medical comedy from 24 creators Joel Surnow and Bob Cochran, says the Hollywood Reporter. Unlike 24, however, The Call which centers on a pair of best friends/unorthodox paramedics will offer self-contained, nonserialized episodes, and no one even close to being as fab as Chloe.... X-Files exec producer Vince Gilligan has received a green light from AMC for Breaking Bad, an drama pilot about a high-school chemistry teacher who manufactures crystal meth on the side. Gee, and I thought lighting a candle without touching the wick was radical.
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