Earlier this weekend the bizarre news broke that Univision had both announced and filmed a pilot for a Spanish-language adaptation of AMC's award-winning powerhouse 'Breaking Bad,' which Sony TV had not yet approved or been approached for permission. Now, we're hearing that the 'Breaking Bad' remake has officially been given the all clear, so will 'Breaking Bad's' saga live on after this summer's final season?
In one of the most bizarre stories of the year so far, the Spanish-language network Univision announced yesterday that it was planning to produce its own version of the hit AMC show 'Breaking Bad.' However, it turns out that the announcement was premature to say the very least. Sony, who produces the the show for AMC, says that no deal is in place at the moment.
Just yesterday we heard the news that not only will 'Breaking Bad' premiere its final eight episodes on August 11, but that fans will have a chance to discuss the episode in a weekly 'Talking Dead'-style talk show called 'Talking Bad'! It might seem like we're a ways off from premiere episode "The Decision,"* but how would you like to check out the first photo from the final episodes right now?
It's going to be one of those days, folks. New details are pouring out of AMC's Upfront presentations today, foremost of which is that 'Breaking Bad' has finally set a premiere date for the remaining eight episodes, to begin airing on Sunday, August 11. Also confirmed is the presence of a 'Talking Dead'-style talk show to be called 'Talking Bad,' though no host has been announced. Get the latest 'Breaking Bad' scoop inside!
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!
Over the last few years, we've seen 'The Simpsons' couch gags that parody everything from 'Game of Thrones' to good-old fashioned noir art, but the latest pop-culture spoof is as pure as it gets. In advance of this Sunday's all-new episode, the latest 'Simpsons' couch gag puts a new spin on 'Breaking Bad,' so check out the expertly-done intro inside, or face the one who knocks!
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!
Though AMC and 'Breaking Bad's' creative team don't keep things so tightly under wraps as its other Emmy-winning drama 'Mad Men' from season to season, fans of the New Mexican meth drama may be in for some major spoilers as we get closer to the final eight episodes this summer. Bizarre reports have emerged that a script of one of the final eight episodes was stolen from series star Bryan Cranston's car, and has yet to be recovered! Will the ending of 'Breaking Bad' soon be spoiled for all?
Yesterday we were privy to a first-look trailer from AMC's upcoming UK-adapted drama 'Low Winter Sun,' bringing together the impressive casting of Mark Strong ('Kick Ass'), Lennie James ('The Walking Dead') and David Constabile ('Breaking Bad') for a summer release. To go along with the fresh new trailer, AMC has released multiple photos from the new series, so get a fresh look at 'Low Winter Sun' inside!