The world belongs to "Breaking Bad" today.
Since the series ended Sunday night after five seasons in a much-anticipated finale, it seems only natural that almost the everyone seems to be talking about the AMC series. But this tweet from our CNN Digital colleague reminded us that there are some of you out there who may not be as mired in it:
As "Breaking Bad" fans look forward to the final two episodes of the series, they should also re-program their DVRs.
Both the September 22 episode, "Granite State," and the September 29 episode, "Felina," will run longer than 60 minutes. "Breaking Bad" writer/producer Peter Gould tweeted Wednesday that he "checked and its official: #BreakingBad eps are 75 minutes each w/commercials. Set your DVRS accordingly."
With news of a "Breaking Bad" spinoff, every fan on the Internet is predicting what the hour-long prequel, centered on Bob Odenkirk's criminal attorney Saul Goodman, could look like.
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But here's a tip from one of the creators of the character, co-executive producer Peter Gould: throw out your expectations.
The mid-season premiere of "Breaking Bad" - a.k.a., the first episode of the final eight - made history.
Not only was it an amazingly revealing installment, but it was also the most-watched "Breaking Bad" entry since the show's debut on AMC in 2008. (If you are one of the few who didn't tune in, stop reading now - there are spoilers below.)
In case it wasn't obvious that Bryan Cranston is a man who loves his job, the actor has a tattoo to prove it.
At the Los Angeles premiere for "Breaking Bad's" final season on Wednesday, Cranston showed off the "Breaking Bad"-inspired ink he's gotten on the inside of his right ring finger.
After five years as the increasingly vicious teacher-turned-meth king Walter White, Bryan Cranston has thought long and hard about how Walter's journey should come to an end this year.
“I had notions. Like, ‘What if he created this toxic world around him and, because of his actions, everybody he loved died and he had to stay alive?’" Cranston, 57, tells GQ magazine in its August issue.
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