Many Breaking Bad fans were shocked that the AMC drama's midseason premiere wasted no time getting to the Walt-Hank confrontation. But the premiere featured a far more subtle surprise: Walt and his wife Skyler seemed happier together than they have in months.
Breaking Bad postmortem: What's Hank's next move?
Walt (Bryan Cranston) kept Skyler (Anna Gunn) in the dark about his meth-cooking for two seasons. When she found out about his drug operation, she eventually came on board to help Walt launder his money with her accounting background. But as Walt's alter ego "Heisenberg" grew more powerful, Skyler became increasingly afraid of her husband, remarking in an early Season 5 episode that her only course of action is to wait for Walt's cancer to come back and kill him.
So, now that Walt has made a storage locker full of cash and vowed to Skyler that he's out of the game, has that fear gone away? "I think she's really in a place where she's not sure which way to go," Gunn tells TVGuide.com....
ABC's Whodunnit? wraps up this Sunday, and viewers will finally learn who The Killer is — but not before at least one more person bites the dust at Rue Manor. TVGuide.com spoke with the show's anonymous murderer ahead of Sunday's finale to try to get some final clues as to his/her identity — and to do a safety check on Giles the Butler (Gildart Jackson). Check out a transcript below, and take our poll to vote on which of the four remaining contestants — Kam, Melina, Lindsey or Cris — you think is The Killer.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Monday's episode of Under the Dome as well as the Stephen King novel the series is based on. Read at your own risk.]
Following the frantic chaos of riots, Chester's Mill has moved on to the politics of being stuck under a dome.
During Monday's episode, Big Jim (Dean Norris) tries to take Ollie's (Leon Rippy) land under eminent domain. Ollie shows his strength in numbers, forcing the group to leave empty-handed. They also leave one less in number since Junior (Alexander Koch) decides to join Ollie's band of outlaws. After Junior learns the truth that his mother killed herself, he sets his sights on taking his father out, but things don't go as planned. With new mysteries raised, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Neal Baer to get some answers:
Piper Perabo, Christopher Gorham
Auggie had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day on Covert Affairs last week.
After getting promoted to interim DPD head, Auggie (Christopher Gorham) was swiftly relieved of his duties after the Chens — whom Henry (Gregory Itzin) had attempted to buy off to cover up his involvement in the ALC bombing — were found dead in a safe house Auggie had set up for them. His replacement? None other than ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the premiere of AMC's Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]
We assumed Breaking Bad's final eight episodes would feature a major showdown between meth kingpin Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his DEA Agent brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris). But we didn't expect ...
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.
After learning the truth about James (John Pyper-Ferguson) on last week's episode of Burn Notice — particularly the part about him being a murderer — you can't blame the team for being a little on edge around the guy.
So when Michael, Fiona, Sam and Jesse are all...
Call it the Summer of Spielberg!
CBS has ordered Steven Spielberg's Extant for Summer 2014, the network announced Wednesday.
The futuristic thriller follows...