We're just days away from the 'Revolution' season finale "The Dark Tower," even as producers have already begun the casting process for season 2 of the J.J. Abrams-produced drama. Captain Neville ('Breaking Bad' star Giancarlo Esposito) will find himself in the position of stopping Rachel from returning power to the world, but will the upcoming battle divide his loyalties once more? What do the first clips from the finale reveal?
Earlier today we caught a glimpse of FOX's major new fall offerings, but those weren't the only trailers on display the the recent Upfront presentation! FOX Animation Domination HD's Nick Offerman-voiced 'Axe Cop' will chop his way onto TV screens beginning July 27, and we've got a brand new trailer featuring the voice talents of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Revolution' star Giancarlo Esposito! Preview 'Axe Cop's TV debut inside!
Even longer than our wait for new episodes of 'The Walking Dead,' the long hiatus between the first and second half of 'Revolution's' inaugural season will soon come to an end when the acclaimed sci-fi drama premieres again on March 25 (maybe sooner, if NBC keeps going as it has been!). That wait was made easier by the recent animated webisodes "Wheatly's Letters," but are you ready for the real deal? 'Revolution' will return early with a new live-action web series, focusting on Gianacarlo Esposito's character Tom Neville! Get a preview of the big 'Revolution' return inside!
'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?
Well, file this one under "how the hell did no one notice this before?" It seems Jesse Pinkman and Gustavo "Gus" Fring have more of a storied history than 'Breaking Bad' would have led us to believe, as the New Mexican meth chronicles aren't the first time Aaron Paul and Giancarlo Esposito have worked together on-screen. Rather, the two seem to have been at odds before, appearing together in a 2006 episode of Jennifer Love Hewitt's
cleavage series 'The Ghost Whisperer!" Want to see?
It's a good time to be former 'Breaking Bad' star Giancarlo Esposito, not only with the critically anticipated NBC drama 'Revolution' on the way, but because this morning saw the actor nominated for a Supporting Actor Emmy for his role as Gustavo "Gus" Fring in the explosive fourth season of AMC's crystal meth drama. Still, it's hard to watch 'Breaking Bad' season 5 without feeling that something's missing, so is there any chance Gus could return to the show?
It can be maddening waiting for the new season of 'Breaking Bad.' We're just over a month away from the premiere of the show's final season, and what we know about the new season could barely fill a porkpie hat! Sure, there's the occasional poster or AMC's Sunday marathon to give us our fix, but maybe all we need to do is look to the past for all the 'Breaking Bad' we'll ever need.