The character only briefly enters from the left and disappears off-screen a moment later as Nanette Cole (Milioti) meets the rest of her co-workers. Judging by the side-eye, we have to imagine Dunst is keeping close watch on the object of her (fictional) fiancé’s gaze. Admittedly, we may be projecting.
Lest BoJack Horseman get scooped by WhatTimeIsItRightNow.com, Netflix is making another commitment to our favorite (recovering?) alcoholic horse. The critically-acclaimed animated satire will officially return for a fifth season, clingy execs reveal.
BoJack Horseman is no stranger to disappearances, but disappearing from his own show is another matter. That cryptic Season 3 finale has given way to a BoJack Horseman Season 4 trailer almost entirely absent its title character.
Even as Netflix seems to debut new shows twice a week, perhaps no one series is missed so much as BoJack Horseman. Our beloved Horsin’ Around burnout is finally back from vacation, and groggy as ever, setting a September premiere for Season 4.
Breaking Bad fans have already given the series a second life in AMC’s Better Call Saul, but there may be yet a third layer to Walter White’s legacy. Creator Vince Gilligan has begun development of a virtual reality project based on the iconic meth drama, potentially with talent attached.
Don’t let a Season 2 finale for Hulu’s The Path fool you into thinking “the light” has officially gone out. Hulu confirms that Aaron Paul, Hugh Dancy and Michelle Monaghan will re-join the Meyerism movement for Season 3, with The Path now renewed for 2018.
We’ve all rolled our eyes at one time or another as TV creators liken their work to “a 73-hour movie,” especially when it devalues the episode as a medium. Breaking Bad in particular has many standout hours that couldn’t function any other way, but some lunatic fans have now recut all 62 episodes into one two-hour film, and it … kind of works?
No, Jack Daniel’s isn’t getting in on the original content game, but they might as well be. WGN America has commissioned a new historical drama with Breaking Bad alum Aaron Paul, following the life and times of the famed whiskey brand’s creator after the Civil War.
A decade’s worth of Breaking Bad “Before They Were Stars” articles have drilled into the public conscious that Aaron Paul made a memorably tragic turn on The Price Is Right long before picking up the beaker. Surprisingly, Paul never took a second stab at the Showcase Showdown, but now finally gets his chance.