Ever wanted to see the evolution of a zombie? Before the second season of The Walking Dead premieres, you'll get a chance to find out.
On Monday, AMC will launch a series of six webisodes that explore...
On last week's Breaking Bad, Jesse promised Walt he'd kill Gus the first chance he gets, but can he actually go through with it?
In Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Jesse (Aaron Paul) hasn't yet done the deed, much to the dismay of a very antsy Walt (Bryan Cranston), who cryptically broaches the subject before Gus' cameras in the most awkward small talk ever.
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"I didn't get a ...
Fear not, Walking Dead fans: The man who replaced Frank Darabont as series boss wants to calm your fears. "There's been all this concern that I'm going to f--- up this show, and really, we're just trying to get it done," Glen Mazzara told a handful of reporters who screened the Season 2 premiere on Thursday.
Glen Mazzara replaces Frank Darabont as Walking Dead showrunner
Mazzara certainly has some big shoes to fill. Darabont, who adapted the AMC hit from the comic books created by Robert Kirkman, parted ways with the series just days after attending its Comic-Con panel in July. (Fortunately, he had already mapped out the entire season with around eight episodes already written.)
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How good can the advice be if the giver doesn't follow it himself?
On Sunday's Breaking Bad (10/9c, AMC), Walt meets a newly diagnosed cancer patient at his regular check-up. The jittery guy hasn't come to terms with this life-changing news, but an irritated Walt can only sneer at his anxiety before offering some words of wisdom that double as yet another ...
Anna Gunn and Bryan Cranston
Can you ever have too much money?
Breaking Bad's Walt and Skyler do — and it ain't a good thing.
On Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Skyler (Anna Gunn) nearly has a small stroke after she crunches the numbers and learns that Walt ...
Bryan Cranston and Marius Stan
Is Breaking Bad's Walter White ready to be the boss?
AMC orders 16-episode final season of Breaking Bad
We're not talking about the drug cartel — we mean Walt's newly purchased car wash, of course. In Sunday's episode (10/9c, AMC), Walt (Bryan Cranston) visits his former employer to pick up the keys to his new business, a front through which to launder his drug money. But Bogdan (Marius Stan) — who is happier dealing with Walt than his pushy wife Skyler (Anna Gunn) —can't resist pushing Walt's buttons.
"So, you are the boss now," he says in the sneak peek video after the jump...