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‘Preacher’ Review: A Bloody Search for God in New Orleans Uncovers a More Focused and Colorful Season 2

21 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

You couldn’t ask for a harder reset than the one “Preacher” unleashed at the end of last year’s first season. Even though much of the show’s first ten episodes had the familiar beats of a trial-by-fire origin story, it was a methane-induced farewell blow that effectively cleared the board of all but a handful of main characters.

And it left “Preacher” in a precarious situation, one where its title character has the most powerful weapon in any plane of existence and is leading an unlikely gang of folks on a road trip/deity hunt. Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy, a motley crew of ex-lovers and ex-humans, escaped that fateful blast with a common goal: find God, who went missing some time before Jesse came into control of Genesis, the cosmic power that can compel people in his path to obey his will. Because when they find God, they have some questions for him.

Read More: ‘Preacher’ Season 2 First Look Photos: The Road Trip to Find God Makes for Strange Bedfellows

Armed with a greater knowledge of the tool that Jesse has at his disposal, the outset of Season 2 finds “Preacher” at an even more solipsistic level. And it’s working to the show’s advantage. More than ever, Jesse and the power inside of him become the specific mechanisms powering the story forward. But with every passing interaction, Jesse’s web of influence is regrowing, catching in more side characters after so many were wiped away by last season’s explosion. There’s a rich world lying right outside the boundaries of what this preacher is concerned with, and the show has taken full advantage of its quick breather before the rest of the calvary catches up.

Catch up it certainly does, showcasing an even more solid handle on the whirlwind action that “Preacher” already did fairly well. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg waste little time recapturing that thrill of the chase far outside the former Annville city lines, this time with a grindhouse-tinged highway shootout in the first episode that plunges viewers into Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy’s strange new world.

Violence in the world of “Preacher,” especially when an all-powerful force like Genesis is involved, has become a means of expression, not merely a means to an end. As last season’s finale filled in some major gaps in Jesse and Tulip’s past, the new ways in which they respond to outside threats help to show who and what they value most. For good measure, there’s even a sly “good guy with a gun” commentary slipped into one of these early-episode standoffs. (One particular Michael Slovis-directed fight sequence also shows that the series has some new tricks up its sleeve as well.)

Thankfully, this action evolution hasn’t come at the expense of the irreverent banter that carried Garth Ennis’ warped vision from the comics into the TV realm. There’s an endearing nature to the way that the show uses some well-timed whimsy to cut through the overbearing implications of an all-consuming, heaven-hell throwdown. One standout winking quip that sounds like a secondary series mission statement: “The Internet is a soul-killer. Stay clear of it if you can.”

Yes, the Saint of Killers, a terrifying and timeless cowboy assassin with a Groot-esque vocabulary, is lurking right behind every one of this trio’s pit stops, even when Jesse and Tulip and Cassidy pause to enjoy the pleasure of each other’s company. But with every confrontation that this ragtag gang can escape from with everyone still alive, the show keeps a steady rotation of vices to help ease the journey on their way to finding God.

It’s a fitting addition, given that “Preacher” has left much of its grimy palette behind, trading it in for one that still acknowledges the show’s nihilist streak but leaves room for plenty of color. Those neon lights and bright casino interiors make for an indicative shift as its central cast of characters try on some tiny, added doses of hedonism and — dare we say it — happiness.

Dominic Cooper is as dutiful as ever as Jesse, handling the soft-spoken charge of a man of God with a quiet stubbornness. Though “Preacher” has yet to fully unleash Tulip’s potential, Ruth Negga continues to be a highlight, whether or not bullets are flying. Tulip hasn’t fully escaped the consequences of last season’s late revelations, but whenever the show slightly veers from Jesse’s quest, any added layers to Tulip’s character are a welcome chance for Negga to show why she’s one of TV’s most versatile actresses.

Read More: Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper Kick Ass to ‘Come On Eileen’ In ‘Preacher’ Season 2 Teaser — Watch

And even as vampire Cassidy is put through physical torment, it’s hard to imagine an actor having more fun in a role on TV right now than Joseph Gilgun. After the persistent “Lebowski” criticism from last season, Gilgun continues to dig into Cassidy’s perplexed reactions to human nature with delightful results.

With Jesse still taking much of the main focus, this newest season of “Preacher” benefits from his sense of singular purpose. Having an overarching goal and a shortened list of distractions has left the humans and immortal beings in his inner circle with the perfect antidote to a world where God is missing and an honest mistake can trap a teenager in Hell. There are plenty of miles on the odometer still left to travel, but few shows have done a better job tidying up the roadmap.

Grade: B+

Preacher” Season 2 premieres Sunday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on AMC.

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‘Preacher’ Review: A Bloody Search for God in New Orleans Uncovers a More Focused and Colorful Season 2

21 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

You couldn’t ask for a harder reset than the one “Preacher” unleashed at the end of last year’s first season. Even though much of the show’s first ten episodes had the familiar beats of a trial-by-fire origin story, it was a methane-induced farewell blow that effectively cleared the board of all but a handful of main characters.

And it left “Preacher” in a precarious situation, one where its title character has the most powerful weapon in any plane of existence and is leading an unlikely gang of folks on a road trip/deity hunt. Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy, a motley crew of ex-lovers and ex-humans, escaped that fateful blast with a common goal: find God, who went missing some time before Jesse came into control of Genesis, the cosmic power that can compel people in his path to obey his will. Because when they find God, they have some questions for him.

Read More: ‘Preacher’ Season 2 First Look Photos: The Road Trip to Find God Makes for Strange Bedfellows

Armed with a greater knowledge of the tool that Jesse has at his disposal, the outset of Season 2 finds “Preacher” at an even more solipsistic level. And it’s working to the show’s advantage. More than ever, Jesse and the power inside of him become the specific mechanisms powering the story forward. But with every passing interaction, Jesse’s web of influence is regrowing, catching in more side characters after so many were wiped away by last season’s explosion. There’s a rich world lying right outside the boundaries of what this preacher is concerned with, and the show has taken full advantage of its quick breather before the rest of the calvary catches up.

Catch up it certainly does, showcasing an even more solid handle on the whirlwind action that “Preacher” already did fairly well. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg waste little time recapturing that thrill of the chase far outside the former Annville city lines, this time with a grindhouse-tinged highway shootout in the first episode that plunges viewers into Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy’s strange new world.

Violence in the world of “Preacher,” especially when an all-powerful force like Genesis is involved, has become a means of expression, not merely a means to an end. As last season’s finale filled in some major gaps in Jesse and Tulip’s past, the new ways in which they respond to outside threats help to show who and what they value most. For good measure, there’s even a sly “good guy with a gun” commentary slipped into one of these early-episode standoffs. (One particular Michael Slovis-directed fight sequence also shows that the series has some new tricks up its sleeve as well.)

Thankfully, this action evolution hasn’t come at the expense of the irreverent banter that carried Garth Ennis’ warped vision from the comics into the TV realm. There’s an endearing nature to the way that the show uses some well-timed whimsy to cut through the overbearing implications of an all-consuming, heaven-hell throwdown. One standout winking quip that sounds like a secondary series mission statement: “The Internet is a soul-killer. Stay clear of it if you can.”

Yes, the Saint of Killers, a terrifying and timeless cowboy assassin with a Groot-esque vocabulary, is lurking right behind every one of this trio’s pit stops, even when Jesse and Tulip and Cassidy pause to enjoy the pleasure of each other’s company. But with every confrontation that this ragtag gang can escape from with everyone still alive, the show keeps a steady rotation of vices to help ease the journey on their way to finding God.

It’s a fitting addition, given that “Preacher” has left much of its grimy palette behind, trading it in for one that still acknowledges the show’s nihilist streak but leaves room for plenty of color. Those neon lights and bright casino interiors make for an indicative shift as its central cast of characters try on some tiny, added doses of hedonism and — dare we say it — happiness.

Dominic Cooper is as dutiful as ever as Jesse, handling the soft-spoken charge of a man of God with a quiet stubbornness. Though “Preacher” has yet to fully unleash Tulip’s potential, Ruth Negga continues to be a highlight, whether or not bullets are flying. Tulip hasn’t fully escaped the consequences of last season’s late revelations, but whenever the show slightly veers from Jesse’s quest, any added layers to Tulip’s character are a welcome chance for Negga to show why she’s one of TV’s most versatile actresses.

Read More: Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper Kick Ass to ‘Come On Eileen’ In ‘Preacher’ Season 2 Teaser — Watch

And even as vampire Cassidy is put through physical torment, it’s hard to imagine an actor having more fun in a role on TV right now than Joseph Gilgun. After the persistent “Lebowski” criticism from last season, Gilgun continues to dig into Cassidy’s perplexed reactions to human nature with delightful results.

With Jesse still taking much of the main focus, this newest season of “Preacher” benefits from his sense of singular purpose. Having an overarching goal and a shortened list of distractions has left the humans and immortal beings in his inner circle with the perfect antidote to a world where God is missing and an honest mistake can trap a teenager in Hell. There are plenty of miles on the odometer still left to travel, but few shows have done a better job tidying up the roadmap.

Grade: B+

Preacher” Season 2 premieres Sunday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on AMC.

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‘Preacher’ Season 2 Trailer: The Road Trip to Find God Is Underway… in New Orleans?!

1 June 2017 10:33 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Where’s your freaking God now? No, really. We want to know.

When AMC’s supernatural adventure series “Preacher” returns in June, the hunt will be on for God, and we don’t mean in the spiritual sense. The second season has been expanded from Season 1’s 10 episodes to 13.

Read More: ‘Preacher’ Season 2 First Look Photos Shows Some Strange Bedfellows

If you might recall, at the end of Season 1, Annville was thrown into chaos when they discovered that God wasn’t going to show up after all. Even worse, he had gone missing, and even the angels didn’t know where he was. But just as the town’s residents were really spiraling into a pit of despair and murder (a bit of an overreaction, if you ask us) since he had apparently forsaken them, Annville was destroyed in a methane explosion.

As we enter into Season 2, preacher Jesse Custer »

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‘Preacher’ Season 2 Trailer: The Road Trip to Find God Is Underway… in New Orleans?!

1 June 2017 10:33 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Where’s your freaking God now? No, really. We want to know.

When AMC’s supernatural adventure series “Preacher” returns in June, the hunt will be on for God, and we don’t mean in the spiritual sense. The second season has been expanded from Season 1’s 10 episodes to 13.

Read More: ‘Preacher’ Season 2 First Look Photos Shows Some Strange Bedfellows

If you might recall, at the end of Season 1, Annville was thrown into chaos when they discovered that God wasn’t going to show up after all. Even worse, he had gone missing, and even the angels didn’t know where he was. But just as the town’s residents were really spiraling into a pit of despair and murder (a bit of an overreaction, if you ask us) since he had apparently forsaken them, Annville was destroyed in a methane explosion.

As we enter into Season 2, preacher Jesse Custer »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Preacher’ Season 2 Photos: The Saint of Killers Goes Crazy in First Look

22 May 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Jessee and Tulip also get physical in these revealing new pics. Watch the Season 2 premiere of “Preacher” on Sunday, June 25th at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt on AMC.

Related storiesRuth Negga and Dominic Cooper Kick Ass to 'Come On Eileen' In 'Preacher' Season 2 Teaser -- WatchThe 'Twin Peaks' Diner, 'Handmaid's' Cloak, 'American Gods' Buffalo: The Best Promotions TV Had to Offer at SXSW 2017'Preacher' Season 2 First Look Photos: The Road Trip to Find God Makes for Strange Bedfellows »

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‘Preacher’ Season 2 Photos: The Saint of Killers Goes Crazy in First Look

22 May 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Jesse and Tulip also get physical in these revealing new pics. Watch the Season 2 premiere of “Preacher” on Sunday, June 25th at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt on AMC.

Related storiesRuth Negga and Dominic Cooper Kick Ass to 'Come On Eileen' In 'Preacher' Season 2 Teaser -- WatchThe 'Twin Peaks' Diner, 'Handmaid's' Cloak, 'American Gods' Buffalo: The Best Promotions TV Had to Offer at SXSW 2017'Preacher' Season 2 First Look Photos: The Road Trip to Find God Makes for Strange Bedfellows »

- William Earl

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The Flash Recap: Future Shock — Savitar Is Really Revealed!

2 May 2017 6:29 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

This week on The Flash, Barry & Co. were forced to face off against Caitlin aka Killer Frost, all building to the actual (audience-included!) reveal of who is nestled inside Savitar’s armor.

PhotosThe Flash‘s Danielle Panabaker Explains Killer Frost’s New Look

Coming off of Barry’s trip to 2024, Team Flash’s No. 1 priority was finding, protecting and nudging along Tracy Brand, the destined-to-be-great theoretical physicist who will invent a way to trap Savitar in the Speed Force… several years from now. But when they meet the scientist, she is a defeated, quirky grad student, ready to trade »

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Supergirl's Chyler Leigh, Floriana Lima Open Up About 'Sanvers' Moment, Lgbt Storyline's 'Profound' Impact

1 May 2017 6:02 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The following contains spoilers from this Monday’s episode of Supergirl.

This week on The CW’s Supergirl, 40 minutes of anxiety built up to three little, yet momentous, words, as Deo agent Alex Danvers and Ncpd detective Maggie Sawyer mutually declared their love for one another, after the former narrowly dodged death.

“I love you, Maggie Sawyer.”

“I love you, Alex Danvers.”

RelatedSupergirl Twist Threatens to Pit Kara Against Lena and Mon-El

“I kept asking when this was going to happen,” Chyler Leigh, who plays Alex, shared with TVLine during our recent set visit, “and [showrunner] Andrew [Kreisberg] was like, ‘Oh, »

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The Originals Photos: Are Freya and Keelin Finally Making It Official?

1 May 2017 3:09 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The Originals‘ Freya and Keelin have spent all season dancing around their feelings for one another — sometimes literally — but based on a new batch of photos from Friday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c), their budding romance is about to reach full bloom.

RelatedThe Latest Originals Recap: Party Monsters

The stressful hour, helmed by first-time director Charles Michael Davis, finds Freya enacting a “risky plan that brings her face to face with their latest threat [and] an unexpected twist leaves her life hanging in the balance.” But that’s not what I’m choosing to focus on right now.

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As Team Flash Battles Killer Frost, a Hero's 'Worst Nightmare' Comes True

1 May 2017 12:44 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Beauty and the beast.

That’s the scene inside one of the Vancouver area’s myriad empty warehouse spaces, as The Flash‘s Killer Frost takes a clandestine meeting with Savitar. As the tense confab draws to a close, the hulking speed god leans in toward his new ally to make clear her mission in three growled words — one of which is kill.

With stakes so dire, will Barry, Cisco and kindly Caitlin Snow’s other Team Flash mates be willing to do what it takes to ice her evil alter ego? In the name of eliminating any obstacles to stopping Iris’ imminent death? »

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Supergirl's Mother of a Twist Threatens to Pit Kara Against Lena and Mon-El

1 May 2017 6:56 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Supergirl‘s Rhea and Lena might seem like an unlikely duo at first, but if you strip away the ladies’ stoic exteriors, their potential partnership actually makes perfect sense.

RelatedSupergirl Preview: As Alex Fights for Her Life, Kara and Maggie Team Up for a Rescue

“Lena has just suffered a great deal of loss; she lost her brother, she just lost Jack and she’s in a very fragile emotional state,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg reminds TVLine. “What she could really use is a mother, and her own mother is sadly not up to the task. So along comes Rhea, »

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‘Empire’ Season 3, Episode 12 Recap: In ‘Strange Bedfellows,’ Anika Gets Death Threats, Andre Pursues Deal

6 April 2017 8:46 AM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Empire seems to have hit a plateau, and this was never more evident than it was in last night’s episode, “Strange Bedfellows.” Read all about in this Episode 12 Empire recap, ‘Empire’ Season 3, Episode 12 Recap: ‘Strange Bedfellows’ The story is becoming overstuffed with several character sub-plots that don’t seem to lead to much. First, […]

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The post ‘Empire’ Season 3, Episode 12 Recap: In ‘Strange Bedfellows,’ Anika Gets Death Threats, Andre Pursues Deal appeared first on uInterview. »

- Pablo Mena

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TV Ratings Report: Empire Continues To Descend

6 April 2017 8:23 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Fox should probably start worrying about Empire's ratings erosion. 

Fox: Shots Fired (3.6 million/0.9 rating) lost a tenth, while Empire (6.3 million/2.2 rating) lost two, hitting a new series low. 

Watch Empire Season 3 Episode 12 Online

ABC: The Goldbergs (5.6 million/1.5 rating), Modern Family (6.2 million/1.8 rating) and Black-ish (4.6 million/1.3 rating) were down, while Speechless (4.8 million/1.3 rating) and Designated Survivor (5.2 million/1.1 rating) were even. 

NBC: Blindspot (4.3 million/0.9 rating) and Law & Order: Svu (4.9 million/1.1 rating) were even, while Chicago Pd (6.4 million/1.3 rating) rose. 

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CBS: Survivor (8.3 million/1.7 rating) and Criminal Minds (7 million/1.2 rating) were steady, while Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (4.7 million/0.8 rating) slipped. 

The CW: Arrow (1 million/0.3 rating) and Whose Line Is It Anyway? (0.9 million/0.3 rating) were in encores. 

View Slideshow: Empire Photos from "Strange Bedfellows" »

- Paul Dailly

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Watch Empire Online: Season 3 Episode 12

6 April 2017 4:28 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Did Angelo cut Cookie loose?

That was addressed on Empire Season 3 Episode 12 when the politician realized Cookie's past was making its way into their relationship. 

Watch Empire Season 3 Episode 12 Online

Meanwhile, Anika was shocked to the core when Tariq caught up with her and presented her with an offer that could better her life. 

Also, Hakeem's 21st birthday party took an unexpected turn when some uninvited guests appeared to cause trouble. 

View Slideshow: Empire Photos from "Strange Bedfellows"

Use the video above to watch Empire online to get caught up with the latest drama for the characters on this hit Fox series.  »

- Paul Dailly

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Empire Season 3 Episode 12 Review: Strange Bedfellows

5 April 2017 8:45 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Part of the charm of Hakeem Lyon is how ridiculously immature he is.

If I knew him in real life, I would find him insufferable, but as a character on a soapy primetime drama, he's incredibly amusing – a blinged-out cartoon character. 

Even becoming a father didn't seem to change Hakeem's ways all that much. He might be trying to take care of Bella and make his relationship with Tiana official, but he's still throwing wild parties with his entourage and begging his father for expensive birthday gifts. 

That's right, Empire Season 3 Episode 12 was Hakeem's birthday. And not just any birthday: the big 21. Hakeem is now legal, though that doesn't mean he's necessarily abiding by the law.

At first, "Strange Bedfellows" seemed to set up to be an hour of  Peak Hakeem – which in my mind is absolutely ideal. But then it took an unexpected turn, in that there was character development! »

- Lee Jutton

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Empire Photo Preview: The Queenpin of Vegas Has Arrived!

3 April 2017 5:00 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

On Empire Season 3 Episode 11, Andre and Shyne set out to negotiate a deal that would allow Empire to enter the cash-flush Vegas entertainment industry. 

Naturally, because this is Empire, things took a turn for the crazy. Enough guns were fired to make Quentin Tarantino proud, and in the end, the last man standing ended up being a woman.

Giuliana Green is ready to do business with Andre, but that's not all she has in mind for the Lyon clan. Will the fiercely protective Lyon matriarch have finally met her match in the wily Giuliana?

If anyone can go toe to Louboutin toe with Taraji P. Henson in the diva stakes. it's Nia Long. Here's to hoping these two fierce ladies meet onscreen sooner rather than later. 

While Andre might be focused on negotiating shady business dealings and plotting the demise of his father, his youngest brother has a very different »

- Lee Jutton

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Zombieland Director To Helm Valiant's Archer & Armstrong

24 March 2017 4:37 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

DC. Marvel. Industry giants, yet not the only names in comics. Not by a long shot.

Valiant is one such company that has been around for quite a while, founded in 1989 by former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Jim Shooter and Steven Massarsky. Like the two industry leaders, we have the Valiant Universe including such titles as X-o Manowar, Harbinger, and Shadowman. Valiant already has a five-picture deal with Sony to bring the Valiant Universe to life, including movie versions of Bloodshot and Harbinger, leading to an Avengers style event in Harbinger Wars

Heat Vision has learned that now that Valiant is developing Archer & Armstrong in house before being shopped around to studios. The project certainly won't be a hard sell, considering the talent that just joined the film.

Archer & Armstrong has already secured Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) to direct a script from Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean franchise). Rossio is also »

- Nick Doll

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Will ‘Greenleaf’ Take a Stand for the Lgbtq Community? Recapping Episode 2, ‘Strange Bedfellows’

22 March 2017 8:08 PM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

In episode 2, “Strange Bedfellows”, the Greenleafs are moving in all different directions. Jacob is determined to move out of the Greenleaf mansion and take charge as the head pastor at Triumph’s second location. However, Lady Mae wants Bishop to… Continue Reading → »

- Aramide A. Tinubu

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‘Breaking Bad’ Stitched Into One Two Hour Movie In New Supercut — Watch

13 March 2017 9:18 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The “Breaking Bad” fandom truly knows no bounds, as proven by this two hour supercut which uses key scenes to whittle down the six season series into a feature film.

The movie opens compellingly enough, jumping between a late scene of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) surveying the damage done to his family home and a flashback of Walter and his wife, Skylar (Anna Gunn), buying the house as newlyweds.

Read More: ‘Better Call Saul’ Surprise Teaser: ‘Breaking Bad’ Favorite [Spoiler] May Return

The anonymous editors spent two years culling footage and cutting it into a two hour narrative, “A study project that became an all-consuming passion,” the creators write. “It’s not a fan-film, hitting the highlights of show in a home-made homage, but rather a re-imagining of the underlying concept itself, lending itself to full feature-length treatment. An alternative ‘Breaking Bad,’ to be viewed with fresh eyes.”

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- Jude Dry

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‘Breaking Bad’ Stitched Into One Two Hour Movie In New Supercut — Watch

13 March 2017 9:18 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The “Breaking Bad” fandom truly knows no bounds, as proven by this two hour supercut which uses key scenes to whittle down the six season series into a feature film.

The movie opens compellingly enough, jumping between a late scene of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) surveying the damage done to his family home and a flashback of Walter and his wife, Skylar (Anna Gunn), buying the house as newlyweds.

Read More: ‘Better Call Saul’ Surprise Teaser: ‘Breaking Bad’ Favorite [Spoiler] May Return

The anonymous editors spent two years culling footage and cutting it into a two hour narrative, “A study project that became an all-consuming passion,” the creators write. “It’s not a fan-film, hitting the highlights of show in a home-made homage, but rather a re-imagining of the underlying concept itself, lending itself to full feature-length treatment. An alternative ‘Breaking Bad,’ to be viewed with fresh eyes.”

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- Jude Dry

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