30 May 2014 11:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

There are plenty of TV shows out there that deserve to be brought back for more seasons. "Trophy Wife" and "Happy Endings" top the current list, and I wouldn't say no to an "Arrested Development" season five, either. "Community," though it's had a remarkable and somewhat surprising five-season run, is also well worthy of a few more. But "Breaking Bad" needs no more time, making the revival buzz breaking out thanks to Bryan Cranston's recent interview with CNN all the more infuriating -- and misguided. Cranston stopped by CNN headquarters Thursday to discuss his Tony nomination for playing Lbj, his role in "Godzilla," and, of course, "Breaking Bad" (even though the show wrapped up last year, Emmys are still ripe for the picking). His conversation with CNN anchor Ashleigh Banfield was light and jovial, even when asked whether or not his character, Walter White, had died at the end of the show. »

- Ben Travers

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