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Saul Goodman might bill a fair amount of time in the courtroom in the Breaking Bad prequel spin-off, hinted Breaking Bad writer and co-executive producer Peter Gould.

Which seems hugely obvious in retrospect, since the ethically challenged bus-stop legal eagle (Bob Odenkirk) is the star of the show. But it’s also a striking idea: We typically saw Saul in his strip-mall office during Breaking Bad. We didn’t really… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’: Saul Goodman spin-off might spend a lot of time in court

Today is World Teachers’ Day. Yes, it’s on a Saturday (Oct. 5), but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the educators of the world. We can even celebrate those teachers who exist only on television. With that in mind, here are 13 of the most notable television teachers of 2013.

1. Walter White (Bryan Cranston), “Breaking Bad”Yes, he has been retired from teaching for awhile now. But we should never forget… Continue reading World Teachers' Day: 'Breaking Bad' and more shows with the top TV teachers of 2013

Another week of Breaking Bad, another ratings record.

The AMC crime drama, which should no longer be considered simply a “cult” hit, nabbed a series-best 6.6 million viewers with Sunday night’s penultimate episode, “Granite State.” It achieved this feat against strong competition from the Emmy Awards, at which it claimed the Outstanding Drama Series trophy, NFL action, and the series finale of Dexter. Bad also set a new… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’ scores best-ever ratings with penultimate episode

‘Breaking Bad’ ratings set another record

One of the best episodes in Breaking Bad history — if not TV history — was also the show’s most-watched episode ever.

Sunday’s nights stunning “Ozymandias” episode of the AMC series delivered 6.4 million viewers. That number includes 4.1 million adults 18-49. The hour also inspired 604,765 tweets.

The performance tops the show’s recent record-setting season premiere. It also suggests Breaking Bad will likely set another record for its series finale… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’ ratings set another record

breaking bad ozymandias bryan cranston Breaking Bad episode 514   Ozymandias: That colossal wreckThe poem that gives Sunday’s (Sept. 15) “Breaking Bad” its title is a sonnet by Percy Bysshe Shelley in which a traveler describes seeing a crumbling statue in a barren desert. It closes with these six lines:

And on the pedestal these words appear:”My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!”Nothing beside remains. Round the decayOf that colossal wreck