Okay, this is just getting silly -- another major Hollywood award ceremony, another victory for Ben Affleck and 'Argo,' this time at the Director's Guild of America awards. If this was like any other year, Affleck would look like a shoe-in for the Oscar...except that he's not nominated. Which means that Affleck's repeated victories make this year's Academy Awards the hardest to predict in recent memory.
You might want to prepare your taste buds for the many grains of salt you'll be taking this with, as it seems 'Breaking Bad' decided to have a bit of fun in its final eight episodes, set to premiere this summer. No, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) won't suddenly regress into the wacky TV dad he was once known for, but his former 'Malcolm in the Middle' TV wife Jane Kaczmarek may just appear in an upcoming episode of 'Breaking Bad'! Find out if and when the two stars will reunite in 'Breaking Bad's' final episodes inside!
By the end of summer 2013, AMC will find itself losing one of its most acclaimed critical darlings as 'Breaking Bad' airs the final eight episodes of its last season. And while the network has a number of projects lined up to fill the void, new reports suggest that AMC will borrow inspiration from 'The Walking Dead's companion talk show 'Talking Dead,' giving 'Breaking Bad' its own live follow-up discussion series 'Talking Bad!' Find out what AMC's cooking up with a 'Breaking Bad' talk show inside!
And so, it begins. We knew that with 'Breaking Bad's' final episodes due to begin airing this summer, eventually its stellar cast would go their separate ways with new TV projects. Sad as that is, at least they've got their pick of the litter! Betsy Brandt (Marie Schrader) is the first 'Breaking Bad' star to lineup her post-AMC career, taking the spousal role in NBC's upcoming untitled Michael J. Fox sitcom, loosely based on the actor's own struggle with Parkinson's. Find out the full details and cast of Michael J. Fox's new series inside!
Regardless of any show-runner drama between 'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan and AMC, it's heart-breaking to think that 2013 will see the final eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad,' closing the door on a series that captivated fans and critics alike for years. We'd known the the final eight episodes would air sometime during the summer, as with the previous eight episodes in 2012, but when does 'Breaking Bad' officially kick off its final run? Learn when the final eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad' premiere inside!
Among the many other premieres in finales, surely one of the most talked-about TV events of 2013 will be none other than the final episodes of AMC's 'Breaking Bad,' set to begin its eight-episode finale this summer. Fans of the series no doubt hold out hope that Walter White and Jesse Pinkman could be revisited on the big screen, but what does series creator Vince Gilligan have to say? Find out the fate of the 'Breaking Bad' movie inside, and what to expect from the final episodes this summer!
As we come to the end of another year in television, we take a moment to mourn the loss of those characters who gave their lives so that we could be entertained in 2012. Let us honor their memory with this list of 10 character deaths that shocked, surprised, saddened, and even sometimes delighted us.
For all the TV we watch, we inevitably recognize that not all of it is easy to track down. Pay-cable series dominate much of the casual conversation, yet relatively few subscribe to the services when entertainment comes for free on the major networks, or even cheaply with basic cable. So how are we to catch up on the latest 'Game of Thrones' or 'Dexter,' without waiting for DVDs or expensive services? With completely illegal and in-no-way-recommended piracy, of course! So what were the most pirated TV shows of 2012?
Despite all the recent AMC drama with yet another show-runner departing both the network and 'The Walking Dead,' and 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter calling out the executives, we're at least grateful that 'Breaking Bad' will end things on its own terms come summer 2013. There are a number of questions to be addressed in the final eight episodes, but how would you like a first look from series star Dean Norris? Just how deep was Hank Schrader's big toilet revelation?