Gather round bosom friends and pull out all of your puff sleeved dresses because Anne Shirley is coming back to television. Canada’s CBC announced today that they have greenlit a new adaptation of L.M. Montgomery’s beloved series, Anne of Green Gables.
On Wednesday, Nashville’s crossed a new line by killing one of the show’s longtime villains just as they were getting their life on track. It was like Game of Thrones when Joffrey died (not a spoiler, you’ve had YEARS to watch) except this death wasn’t exactly celebratory, it was bittersweet, like… a country song.
There is a Breaking Bad reunion on the horizon. Walter White, the antihero who evolved from chemistry teacher to a meth kingpin, may come back to us. And relatively soon.
Another day, another cryptic Better Call Saul teaser.
Anna Gunn's new role in Fox's Gracepoint, a remake of BBC's popular series Broadchurch, is one that still involves murder, lies and such. But it's probably a nice step up from people on the Internet wanting her dead.
Did you miss all or part of the Emmys because it aired on a Monday night and by God you had errands to run and laundry to wash? You can double-check and make sure your favorites were rewarded with this complete list of results. Winners are in bold. Now duke it out over the merits of Jim Parsons!
"Lawyers. We're like health insurance. We hope you never need it, but man oh man? Not having it? No."
After a recent performance of All the Way on Broadway, Bryan Cranston took some time out to say hello to his fans at the stage door. For one fan, this was an opportunity to invite someone to prom in a pretty memorable way.
Here are some photos of Bryan Cranston from that time he modeled fitness poses for a teen magazine in the 1980s. You're welcome.
Baby Olivia may not be old enough to know what the mystery behind the identity of the Yellow King was all about, but she's old enough to smile adorably while someone takes pictures of her in recreations from the show and that's good enough for me.
A followup to the equally catchy remix of Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2, this newly released mashup from YouTuber placeboing draws on memorable scenes from the show's final three seasons to yield one highly addictive earworm. This should go without saying, but here be spoilers.
Here's Breaking Bad antihero/chemistry teacher/drug lordWalter White's predictably funny/sad Facebook Look Back video.
I seem to recall in 2013 there was a big deal about Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah coinciding. Well, since the post-apocalypse happened so soon after that, I guess that's why we kind of ended up merging Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas into a month-long celebration of gift-giving, drinking, and good…
Few people expected that Bryan Cranston would prove such a badass in Breaking Bad after playing Hal, the goofy dad from Malcolm in the Middle. In this sketch, we learn the truth: that Walter White's entire story was just Hal's nightmare.
It's only been on for a season and a half or so, but The Mindy Project has had a smattering of interesting, high-profile guest stars: Common; Ben Feldman (aka Ginsberg on Mad Men); Happy Endings' Adam Pally; Chloe Sevigny; James Franco. Tomorrow's episode features Timothy Olyphant. And coming soon: A character played…
The hunt for this year's best Halloween costumes is over, everyone. These two tiny children have taken the prize with their representation of Breaking Bad's Walter White (complete with a photoshopped goatee, hat and glasses) and Jesse Pinkman.
Oh god it's so cute. Oh god it's so cute I could die. Apparently Anthony Hopkins cuddled up for an epic Breaking Bad marathon (A-Hop! Text me next time!!!) and loved it so much that he felt compelled to write an adorable, gushing fan letter to Bryan Cranston & company. No spoilers—just emotionz.
Looks like Walt Jr. is officially over breakfast. In the wake of the Breaking Bad finale, R.J. Mitte — the actor who played Flynn, a.k.a the most irritating, mom-hating son a meth cook could ever ask for — is making nightclub appearances.
Actually, it kinda was, in a way. I mean, a fucked up, abusive, co-dependent shit sandwich of an affair, but still.
There's a lot I'll miss now that Breaking Bad is over. I'll miss Jesse's boyish swearing, Hank's percussive heh-heh laugh, Marie's purple everything, baby Holly's hats. My confusion over how hot I find Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman. The entire cast's virtuosic performances, the script's brilliance, the colors and clear…