[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...
Royal Pains fans are already very, very familiar with the cast's mad rapping skills, but who knew that HankMed & Co. could really carry a tune?
In this exclusive sneak peek, the cast of the USA series gets musical for the final chapter of Evan's Campaign Chronicles webisode series. The episode was a "labor of love" for Paulo Costanzo, a self-professed musical-theater aficionado. "My first...
David Tennant and Olivia Colman
Who killed Danny Latimer?
In BBC America's shattering and brilliantly paced eight-episode Broadchurch (Wednesdays at 10/9c), a high point of a summer already teeming with terrific drama, you'll get a solution in a lot less time than it took The Killing to reveal the murderer of Rosie Larsen, and with considerably more cumulative emotional impact. (Although given The Killing's creative rebound this season, we'll stop with the unflattering comparisons.) I can't recall a mystery series moving me as frequently and profoundly as Broadchurch's masterful and sensitively rendered study of poisonous suspicion ...