The June 24 premiere of CBS' new Stephen King thriller series 'Under the Dome' is fast approaching, and we're eager to get a look at how the 2009 novel works as an ongoing series. A few impressive trailers have made their way online, but what do the first official photos from 'Under the Dome' reveal, aside from series stars Rachelle Lefevre, Mike Vogel and 'Breaking Bad' star Dean Norris?
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!
As AMC's 'Breaking Bad' prepares to make its final run of eight episodes this summer, we've been hearing multiple announcements about the various cast member's forthcoming projects. Bryan Cranston has his own deal with Sony TV, while Betsy Brandt has joined Michael J. Fox's untitled NBC sitcom and Anna Gunn has her own Bravo series lined up, but what of our main man Hank Schrader? This summer, stock up on Schraderbrau as 'Breaking Bad's' Dean Norris will go 'Under the Dome' for CBS! Find out the latest details of the Stephen King series inside!
While the revelation was somewhat forced by 'Breaking Bad's final season structure of airing two separate eight-episode blocks, longtime fans of the series were no doubt ready to drop a few bricks over Hank's toilet-side revelation in mid-season finale "Gliding Over All." The news was certainly five seasons in the making, but actor Dean Norris reveals his character arc over the final season could have gone very differently. Find out what almost happened to Hank and get the latest 'Breaking Bad' scoop from the coming episodes inside!
Hank Schrader might be taking the bathroom break of the millennium all the way to next summer's 'Breaking Bad' premiere, but Dean Norris isn't about to stay on the pot. Following up on NBC's acquisition of 'Breaking Bad' baddie Giancarlo Esposito for the post-apocalyptic thriller 'Revolution,' and even Jonathan Banks' upcoming turn on 'Parks and Recreation' season 5, the peacock has picked up Dean Norris as well to guest on the coming season of 'Whitney.' But will Norris play the drug hound we're all used to, or someone a little less intimidating?