We're still not quite sure if we're ready to laugh at 'Breaking Bad' when AMC moves forward on the 'Better Call Saul' spinoff, but fortunately Jimmy Fallon knows just how to strike the tone. Fallon's latest 'Late Night' parody sees the future 'Tonight Show' host "Joking Bad" with some incredible and surprising cameos, the best way to start your morning.
Devastated though we may be that 'Breaking Bad' will soon come to a close, leaving our jaws on the desert floor with each subsequent episode, we didn't think the real nightmare would ever come to pass. Spinoff series 'Better Call Saul' has officially been greenlit at AMC as a prequel to the story of Walter White, and there doesn't seem to be enough blue stuff in the world to cope with the news.
NBC's 'The Office' may have closed its doors for good (at least in America), but that hasn't stopped us from envisioning what the beloved NBC comedy might have been like on a different path. Among some of the early auditions from the series we've heard about, new footage of such comedy icons as Seth Rogen, Kathryn Hahn and even 'Breaking Bad' star Bob Odenkirk trying out for the show have emerged, painting a very different portrait of Dunder-Mifflin life.
For as much hype as 'Breaking Bad' will build for the final eight episodes premiering on August 11, it's looking more and more and more like Walter White's story won't be the last we see of the 'Breaking Bad' universe. Series creator Vince Gilligan's proposed spinoff with character Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is reportedly moving "full speed ahead" at AMC, whether we want it to, or not.
Weeks ago 'Breaking Bad' fans were surprised (and a bit apprehensive) to hear that series creator Vince Gilligan had given serious thought to the idea of a spinoff for fan-favorite character Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), presumably implying the character's survival of the upcoming final episodes. As the 'Breaking Bad' series finale approaches, does Gilligan have any concerns a 'Better Call Saul' spinoff would hurt the franchise?
With only eight episodes remaining in the entirety of AMC's 'Breaking Bad,' cast and crew are likely to keep details of the final stretch tightly under wraps even as the acclaimed drama heads toward a July premiere. Before the series finale, however, beloved late-night host Conan O'Brien had a chance to interview near of the entire cast at a recent Hollywood event for over an hour, so check out the in-depth and hilarious panel inside!
Though the rumor had presented before, yesterday saw the revelation that 'Breaking Bad' and AMC were seriously considering the possibility of a Saul-centric spinoff of the acclaimed drama, to see actor Bob Odenkirk reprising the slippery lawyer character of Saul Goodman in a new context. Opinions on the possibility have run the gamut, but what does Odenkirk himself have to say about a 'Better Call Saul' spinoff? Or about the 'Breaking Bad' finale itself?
With AMC's acclaimed drama 'Breaking Bad' heading into its final eight episodes this summer, fans of the New Mexican meth drama have begun taking stock of the many aspects to be missed when the saga comes to an end. High among them will be Bob Odenkirk's portrayal of the lovably grimy Saul Goodman, but is AMC actually considering a spinoff for the character? It's too late for April Fools, so find out inside!
FX's fantasy sport comedy 'The League' may not receive as much attention as its sibling 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' or even the other FX comedies, but it sure knows how to bring the thunder now and again. Currently in its fourth season, 'The League' is set to return both previous guest stars Seth Rogen and Jeff Goldblum respectively, as well as add a fantasy team of other well-known stars. Who else is on deck for 'The League' season 4?
After a seven year absence, director Alexander Payne returned last year with the exceptional 'The Descendants.' Thankfully, we won't be waiting nearly as long for his next film. 'Nebraska' is going to start shooting in October and Payne has added Bob Odenkirk and Stacy Keach to an already strong ensemble.