In a new interview, Saul Goodman actor Bob Odernkirk says the Breaking Bad prequel may actually be a sequel to the meth drama. Or a prequel and a sequel.
Breaking Bad creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan will be guest starring in an episode of the upcoming fifth season of Community.
The final two pages of the Breaking Bad series finale script have surfaced online thanks to a recent event attended by Vince Gilligan, and they offer new insight into the lead characters’ state of mind.
An event being organized by a local Albuquerque steakhouse will be broadcast live on YouTube so fans of Breaking Bad can pay their respects to [spoiler warning]…
With the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul set to be a prequel, series creator Vince Gilligan admits that “the sky’s the limit” for character returns.
Breaking Bad star Bob Odenkirk is joining Martin Freeman in the TV adaptation of the Coen brothers’ classic film Fargo.
Many of us want more Breaking Bad, but few of us have enough money to personally pay Sony and Vince Gilligan for additional episodes.
For many, the death of [major character] was real in this past Sunday’s Breaking Bad finale.
With Breaking Bad now in our past (we’re still reeling from this past Sunday’s finale), all eyes are on the spinoff titled Better Call Saul.
AMC has made the Breaking Bad series finale’s final scene available online for free viewing.
We’re all still reeling from Sunday’s Breaking Bad series finale, and in a new interview creator Vince Gilligan clarifies the ending and offers great insight.
Lead Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul decided to read the final Breaking Bad script together over beers, and video of the occassion is now online.
Breaking Bad‘s series finale aired on Sunday night, and our recap breaks down everything that happened in season 5, episode 16 “Felina.”
All bad things must come to an end. The Breaking Bad series finale airs tonight on AMC.