While 'The Walking Dead' will shamble on for years to come and both 'Breaking Bad' and 'Mad Men' still have some life in them yet, 'Hell On Wheels' remains halted on the tracks and it's no secret that AMC is going to need some new buzz-worthy programming to keep its current acclaim. Who better to come to the rescue then, than 'Breaking Bad's own producer Melissa Bernstein with '80s "Silicon Prairie" drama 'Halt & Catch Fire?' And who needs 'Hell On Wheels' when you have Revolutionary War drama 'Turn!' Details on AMC's latest inside!
Earlier this year we heard the exciting news that (soon-to-be former) ‘Breaking Bad‘ star Aaron Paul was considered the frontrunner for the title role in HBO’s upcoming drama ‘The Missionary,’ shooting after the AMC drama’s 2013 end. That role was recently given to ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter‘ star Benjamin Walker after scheduling difficulties with Paul, but the show has netted yet another 'Breaking Bad' star, also one-time 'Friday Night Lights' star Jesse Plemons. Wait til you hear who he plays!
Yeah, Mr. Savage! Yeah, Mr. Hyneman! It what will surely turn out to be the news of the week (discounting that whole Disney 'Star Wars' thing), it seems that the science of 'Breaking Bad' will finally be put to the test, as 'Mythbusters' is set to tackle the AMC meth drama series in an upcoming episode. Series creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul will even take part in the episode, but which of 'Breaking Bad's infamous scientific scenes will the 'Mythbusters' put to the test?
Before he was the meth addict with a heart of gold on 'Breaking Bad,' Aaron Paul was a face you probably saw on TV a lot more than you realize. On today's Way Back When, we take a look at Aaron Paul before you knew his name -- and guess what! 'Breaking Bad' wasn't the first time he played an addict.
Imagine this: Aaron Paul plays a drug addict and criminal who finds a fresh direction in life thanks to a confidant and clever mentor/father figure who urges him to kick the habit and join his cause. However, this journey his new associate takes him on, while offering many rewards, may also ultimately be his downfall.
That's a rough summary of the trials of Paul's Jesse Pinkman on AMC's 'Breaking Bad', but it might also describe the character of Eddie Dean in Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' - a role that would seemingly fit the actor like a glove. But is he ready to tackle it? Find out after the break.
What did you do this weekend? Catch up on 'Breaking Bad,' or watch the James Bond saga before 'Skyfall' hits theaters? Well, Aaron Paul and Pierce Brosnan sure weren't. Both of them were out partying at the Radiohead concert in London, where they almost got kicked out and an awesomely hilarious photo (shown above) was created.
We may have to wait all the way until next summer for the conclusion of AMC's incredible 'Breaking Bad,' but you didn't really expect Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston to stay off the warming glow of TV that long, did you? This Thursday will see the wonderful Walter White making his '30 Rock' debut as "Ron," Kenneth Parcell's erstwhile stepfather alongside his mother (Catherine O'Hara), but why wait until then when we've got the first look right here?
Sister Jude better pray that Mark Margolis doesn't end up in a wheelchair when the former 'Breaking Bad' star comes to FX's 'American Horror Story: Asylum.' The iconic actor, whos career dates back as far-reaching as 'Scarface' has just landed a recurring role on the second season of Ryan Murphy's horror thriller, but with the untold number of guest stars dropping by the asylum this year, what role could the 'Breaking Bad' boss possibly take?
'Breaking Bad's' Giancarlo Esposito may have lost his Outstanding Supporting Actor Emmy to his co-star Aaron Paul, but at least he'll always have his 'Community' gig to fall back on! And hopefully, that 'Revolution' show we've heard about once or twice. Still the big news is that Esposito will reprise his role as Pierce Hawthorne's recently discovered baby bro Gilbert in an upcoming installment. Will his new turn be as villainous as the last or has the Chicken Man softened a bit?
Seriously, how adorable is Aaron Paul? "Thank you for not killing me off," said the 'Breaking Bad' star, as he accepted his second consecutive Emmy for the role of Jesse Pinkman. Paul referred to series creator Vince Gilligan's initial plan for the Jesse Pinkman character, which would have seen him dead inside the first several episodes