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Take another look @ footage from Seasons 1 to 5 of the Emmy Award-winning drug-crime TV series "Breaking Bad", as AMC continues to air every episode of the Emmy Award winning TV series in a "Breaking Bad Binge", every Sunday, that started August 10, 2014:
He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling methamphetamine, in order to secure his family's financial future before he dies...
...teaming with his former student, 'Jesse Pinkman' (Aaron Paul).
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Breaking Bad" Seasons 1 to 5 ...
'Gus Fring' Action Figure
- Michael Stevens
Last week on VH1 was all about the Emmys. Read up on the worst dressed red carpet celebrities, hottest arm candy couples, essential Emmy winners streaming on Netflix and more.
Who would you invite to the Emmys? Here are the arm candy hotties that graced this year’s red carpet. [VH1] Here’s our Emmy worst dressed list. Agree or disagree? [VH1] Watch Breaking Bad, Sherlock, American Horror Story and other Emmy winners on Netflix tonight. [VH1] True Detective director and Emmy winner Cary Joji Fukunaga became an overnight hot sensation. [VH1] Despite what it may have looked like, Sofia Vergara said her Emmy stunt was not sexist. [VH1]
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- Diane Cho
As Benedict Cumberbatchs detective scoops seven Emmys, what is the secret of successful UK drama?
Last week, BBC1s Sherlock took home no fewer than seven Emmys a higher total than Game of Thrones or even Breaking Bad, which was hailed as the big winner on the night. So while British TV critics regularly and often justifiably lament that the best drama is made in America, UK series are now enjoying unprecedented success in the Us.
Downton Abbey led the way, scooping 11 Emmys for its first three series on Us public service broadcaster PBS, which also co-produces Sherlock and Call the Midwife. Cable channel BBC America provides a more niche showcase for the best of British drama, airing shows including Doctor Who, Broadchurch and Luther. Other Us cable channels (such as Sundance, which shares The Honourable Woman with BBC2) are looking more and more to UK drama for co-productions.
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- Neil Midgley
Now that the dust has settled on the Emmys, Gold Derby Editors Matt Noble, Charles Bright and Ralph Galvan joined me for one last slugfest to wrap things up in a neat little bow. Watch below as we dish the highlights and lowlights of this awardsfest and preview the upcoming Golden Globe and SAG Awards and even next year's Emmys. -Break- It is never too early to dish the Golden Globes and SAG Awards Join the red-hot debate in our fiery forums right now We all agreed that many of the night's big winners, like five-time Best Comedy Series champ "Modern Family" and repeat Best Drama Series winner "Breaking Bad" were no-brainers. But there was much to discuss including those crazy, "where did that come from" surprises in the movie and miniseries categories such as when mortal lock Matt Bomer ("The Normal Heart") was skunked out of a trophy by »
Netflix has created such an interesting paradigm. Binge watching has become everyone’s favorite buzz phrase. Releasing an entire season of a show all at once used to seem daunting (to me anyway). Television had always been a weekly medium. You watch a variety of hours or half-hours, then process the episode over the next week while waiting for the next installment. The concept of instant gratification in entertainment is still relatively new. Like all relics I found myself incredulous to new technologies and was only capable of slowly dipping my toes into the water.
Netflix has released a lot of original shows but it seems that everything that isn’t House of Cards or Orange is the New Black receives little attention in the media. You’ll be hard pressed to find a lot of words dedicated to Lillyhammer, Hemlock Grove, »
- Anghus Houvouras
In Summer 2014, the world’s most revered monster is reborn as Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures unleash the epic action adventure “Godzilla.” From visionary new director Gareth Edwards (“Monsters”) comes a powerful story of human courage and reconciliation in the face of titanic forces of nature, when the awe-inspiring Godzilla rises to restore balance as humanity stands defenseless. Gareth Edwards directs “Godzilla,” which stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson (“Kick-Ass”), Oscar® nominee Ken Watanabe (“The Last Samurai,” “Inception”), Elizabeth Olsen (“Martha Marcy May Marlene”), Oscar® winner Juliette Binoche (“The English Patient,” “Cosmopolis”), and Sally Hawkins (“Blue Jasmine”), with Oscar® nominee David Strathairn (“Good Night, and Good Luck.,” “The Bourne Legacy”) and Bryan Cranston (“Argo,” TV’s “Breaking Bad”). Godzilla will stomp into your homes September 16, 2014. »
Aaron Paul is sharing the love after his big win at the Emmys. On Friday, the actor took to Instagram with a special offer for his fans: if they follow his friend Max Barsness, they just might win a signed copy of the Breaking Bad pilot script. Aaron captioned a snap of the script: "Who wants this?!? Follow @heretosaveyouall and it's yours! One of his new followers will receive this directly from me. I'm doing this because I believe in my friend and I believe his photography deserves the eyes of the public. Look him up, check him out, comment if you like something and this script could be yours! Good luck!!!" The massive gesture of support took Aaron's friend by surprise. "I had no idea Aaron was doing it," Max told Popsugar. "He only sent a text, saying, 'Get ready for more followers,' so my response was generally, »
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The Performer | Anna Paquin
The Show | True Blood
The Episode | “Thank You”
The Airdate | August 24, 2014
True Blood’s series finale may have been divisiive — the fan war continues to rage — but there’s no two ways to look at Paquin’s heartbreaking final performance.
Sunday’s episode found Sookie Stackhouse bouncing between both ends of the emotional spectrum, as she first struggled to accept Bill’s death wish, then helped him grant it, only to ultimately move on and find happiness with someone new.
[In case you've Forgotten, and as I will continue to mention each and every one of these posts that I do: This is *not* a review. Pilots change. Sometimes a lot. Often for the better. Sometimes for the worse. But they change. Actual reviews will be coming in September and perhaps October (and maybe midseason in some cases). This is, however, a brief gut reaction to not-for-air pilots. I know some people will be all "These are reviews." If you've read me, you've read my reviews and you know this isn't what they look like.] Show: "Battle Creek" (CBS - Midseason) The Pitch: "Hi! My name is Vince Gilligan. You might remember me from such shows as..." "Sold!" "Wait, but I'm not actually going to be available to do anything here." "We *said* 'Sold.'" "Woo-hoo!" Quick Response: Vince Gilligan's script for "Battle Creek," which sat in a desk for a decade before getting a straight-to-series order from CBS, is Not "Breaking Bad." It's a goofier, lighter brew than what you're expecting and if I had to compare it to anything in Gilligan's filmography, I might actually go with something earlier and more comedic, like "Home Fries," which Nobody at CBS wants to hear. I liked "Home Fries." It's kooky and charming. "Battle Creek" is also kooky and charming, but I can't say with certainty that that's what anybody at CBS is going to want it to be long-term, a long-term that will take »
- Daniel Fienberg
The Emmys are over and the winners are in. The only question remaining is: Have you watched 2014′s essential TV yet? If not, don’t panic, we’ve got your back. Netflix does too. Luckily for the uninitiated, many of this years Emmy Award winning shows are available to stream via Netflix: Breaking Bad, Sherlock, Louie, Fargo and American Horror Story. Other winners included Modern Family, The Amazing Race, The Good Wife (all watchable via Hulu Plus), Veep and True Detective (which you can see on HBO Go). So this long weekend, sit down, loosen your belt, and bust out the popcorn because we’ve got your guide to catching up with the finest television on Netflix, including key episodes from seasons that shouldn’t be missed. »
- Kat George
The Emmys are over and the winners are in. The only question remaining is: have you watched 2014's most essential TV yet? If you haven't, don't panic, we've got your back. Netflix does too. Luckily for the uninitiated, many of this years Emmy Award winning show are available to stream via Netflix: Breaking Bad, Sherlock, Louie, Fargo and American Horror Story. »
- Kat George
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Everything Wrong With Toy Story In 10 Minutes Or Less; Aaron Paul’s Breaking Bad Scavenger Hunt; the Top 10 Video Games of All Time; and Anime Things That Would Get You In Trouble In Real Life. All that and more on this edition of Sr’s Geek Picks!
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Aaron talks about giving away a bunch of Breaking Bad memorabilia through a Twitter scavenger hunt.
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- Justin Vactor
Related Fall TV 2014: Your Handy Calendar to 99+ Season and Series Premieres
Modern Family returns Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 9/8c.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
David Lynch and Kanye West share an affinity for the surreal and shocking – and the two nearly combined their talents on a music video for "Blood on the Leaves," the eerie epic from West's latest LP, Yeezus. "We almost worked together, but I never got the ideas," Lynch told The Daily Beast in a recent interview. "I feel I let him down a little bit. I was going to do the music video...but it never happened. I didn't come up with any ideas that I thought he would like. »
It's been an exciting week for Aaron Paul, who picked up multiple Emmys on Monday night for Breaking Bad. Aaron won the outstanding supporting actor prize for the third time and picked up the outstanding drama series Emmy with the rest of the cast. To top it all off, he gave a sweet acceptance speech that managed to crash his wife's website after he mentioned the URL on stage. The celebrations continued on Wednesday, when Aaron marked his 35th birthday! He stopped by Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night to chat about his big week and shared interesting information about his actual birth - watch the video above for the full story! »
The 2014 Emmys were a day of celebration for many actors, showrunners, writers, and other TV folk. But for Breaking Bad’s crew, it was the final stop on their journey—which came long after they’d originally said goodbye to their show. So to celebrate the series one final time, Aaron Paul decided to throw one of his infamous scavenger hunts in L.A. place just hours before the awards show. He told fans via social media where they could find Breaking Bad memorabilia—and in at least one case, a Breaking Bad actor holding said memorabilia.
On Thursday, Paul »
- Samantha Highfill
What makes a good series finale? Three events this week bring this question into focus: Sunday's "True Blood" series ender, Monday's celebration of the departed "Breaking Bad" at the Emmys, and Wednesday's Vox interview with David Chase, where the "Sopranos" creator finally offered an answer to the question of whether Tony died at the end of the notorious blackout finale of the 1999-2007 series.
All three of these finales, plus others of shows that went off the air this year ("Dexter," "How I Met Your Mother") drew both kudos and complaints. Some fans found these finales satisfying and others found them cheap copouts. It almost makes you sorry for the writers, who seem bound to disappoint some faction of fans, no matter how they choose to wrap things up.
Take "True Blood," for instance. (Warning: Spoilers follow.) Fans who'd been watching since the beginning of the HBO series seven years »
- Gary Susman
Breaking Bad fanatic Jimmy Kimmel got to give Jesse Pinkman himself something special for his 35th birthday. Days after Aaron Paul became the youngest person to have won three acting Emmys, Kimmel gifted him three tiny costumes to dress the statuettes in. Sneakers, sunglasses and more completed the costume for what Kimmel called "Run-dmc Emmys." Kimmel promised that if Paul won a fourth Emmy, he'd give him costumes to turn his Emmys into a musical quartet: The Beatles.
- Aaron Couch
Aaron Paul had an eventful Monday. The night ended with his show “Breaking Bad” dominating at the Emmys, and Paul himself winning his third supporting actor trophy. But before that, the 35-year-old actor was running around Los Angeles on a “Breaking Bad” scavenger hunt. He created the event for fans and coordinated it via Twitter. As he explained on “Kimmel,” he was going through his house and found a bunch of memorabilia from “Breaking Bad” and thought this would be a great way to thank the fans for their support of the show and his career. Also read: Netflix Renews Will Arnett, »
- Jason Hughes
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Jump starting today's mini late night roundup is Ed Sheeran, who cruised on over to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" not just to serenade us with his dulcet tones, but also to give fans a sneak peek at his performance as Little Orphan Annie in the forthcoming live production of "Annie." Spoiler alert: he's flawless. Ed also told Jimmy about the time he randomly had a sleepover at Courtney Cox's house. Oh, and the time he even more randomly ended up living at Jamie Fox's digs. Apparently he's Hollywood's resident couch surfer. Former "Breaking Bad" star, Aaron Paul, also stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and told the riveting story of his birth. »
- Mehera Bonner
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