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Mother of dragons, Khaleesi at large, and Drogo’s moon-of-my-life Daenerys Targaryen (aka Emilia Clarke) speaks to GQ about Game of Thrones and her favourite TV shows.
Seeing as it’s Valentine’s Day today, we felt our readers might be on the prowl for some fandom specific Valentine’s Day cards. Check out 11 fandom themed Valentine’s Day cards that we created based on The Hunger Games, The Walking Dead, Harry Potter, Teen Wolf, Doctor Who, and more.
Longtime viewers of AMC’s Breaking Bad may recall that series creator Vince Gilligan helmed and wrote the very first episode of his show.
We’re learning today that Gilligan will do the same thing for the series finale, due out this summer.
The 2013 Directors Guild Awards were held tonight, with Ben Affleck picking up the top prize for Argo, making the film’s Best Picture chances at the Oscars all but certain. Television shows Breaking Bad and Girls also won awards.
The actress who plays Hank’s wife Skylar on AMC’s Breaking Bad has very, very high praise about the final eight episodes
“Which is the better show: Malcolm in the Middle or Breaking Bad?”
Fans have asked the question because of Bryan Cranston’s involvement with both television classics. But today everyone’s putting their differences aside to celebrate Jane Kaczmarek’s announcement she’s going Bad.
Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, is known for his use of the word “bitch” on Breaking Bad.
In a bit of viral perfection, someone took every single time he says the word and put it into a 4-minute video.
One of Breaking Bad’s more colorful – or purple-full – characters may be missed when the show ends this summer. But if you love actress Betsy Brandt, you’ll be pleased to know she’ll be hopping over to another network for a comedy role.
In a funny bit on the most recent episode of Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy, Peter Griffin is shown being hypnotized by Breaking Bad.
Taking to his Twitter to unveil the news, Breaking Bad lead Aaron Paul revealed to fans when the final eight episodes of AMC’s hit show will return.
Breaking Bad series creator Vince Gilligan spoke at length with Vulture recently, and what ensued was an interesting discussion on how Gilligan and his writers are preparing to wrap the show.
The nominees of the 2013 Producers Guild Awards were announced, with Skyfall being the lone surprise from the Movies side of things, while several fandoms were included in the Television categories.
Fans of AMC’s Breaking Bad have been lucky to have numerous stars to follow on Twitter (Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul most notably), and now there’s another favorite to follow: Dean Norris.