Bryan Cranston only needed three words to get back into his ‘Breaking Bad’ character.
If the Season 1 finale of ‘Better Call Saul’ is any indication, Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is just getting started on his transition to becoming ‘Breaking Bad’ lawyer Saul Goodman.
Part one of its two-part premiere drew 6.9 million viewers on Sunday, a new record for a cable series, and a much larger audience than Breaking Bad’s first few seasons.
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Spears commented on a series of burning pop music questions during an exclusive interview with San Francisco morning show hosts Fernando and Greg on 99.7 NOW.
The high-energy tune was created by producers Tom Neville and Zen Freeman, who recruited Paul to proclaim the song’s title at dramatic moments between the beats.
I am not a huge fan of Jimmy Fallon, on the flip side I am a HUGE fan of AMC’s Breaking Bad, I am going to assume that this video is from last nights […]