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Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Giancarlo Esposito, Jonathan Banks, Steven Michael Quezada, Raymond Cruz, Christopher Cousins, Krysten Ritter, Daniel & Luis Moncada, David Costabile

Peabody Awards 2014 Honors 'Breaking Bad', 'House of Cards' and 'Scandal'

April 03, 2014 09:04:23

The winners of the 73rd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards have been announced. Among this year's winners is "", which was already honored for excellence in 2008 following the show's debut on AMC in the same year.

"", "", "", "", "" and "Key & Peele" are among first-time winners. The Peabody Awards also honors British crime drama "Broadchurch", Danish political drama "Borgen", and French supernatural drama "The Returned".


'Breaking Bad' and 'Game of Thrones' Dominate TV Nominations for 2014 Saturn Awards

February 27, 2014 02:02:11

The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the nominations for the 40th Annual Saturn Awards. In TV field, "" still shows its domination despite having ended its run last year.

The AMC series leads the other nominees with five nods, the same number collected by "" and "". The three shows are vying for Best Television Presentation of a Limited Run Series, also fighting against relatively newcomers "", "" and "".


'Breaking Bad' and 'Gravity' Win MPSE Golden Reel Awards

February 17, 2014 03:02:21

Motion Picture Sound Editors have handed out the awards to the best in sound editing. Among TV and movie works recognized during the 61st annual Golden Reel Awards included "" and "".

The AMC series won Sound Effects and Foley for its series finale "Felina". The sci-fi movie, which dominated the recently announced BAFTA Awards with 6 wins, took home the MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Effects and Foley.


'Breaking Bad' Is Big TV Winner at WGA Awards

February 03, 2014 10:02:00

"" continues its domination at awards shows months after it wrapped up its run on AMC. The crime drama series was a big winner in TV categories at the 66th annual WGA Awards, taking home two prizes for Drama Series and Episodic Drama.

It marked the second time in three years the starrer paired both drama titles. The show beat out "", "", "" and "" for the Drama Series award.


DGA Awards 2014: Vince Gilligan and Steven Soderbergh Among TV Winners

January 27, 2014 09:01:18

Directors Guild of America honored the men behind some TV shows at its 66th annual awards ceremony on Saturday, January 25. Hosted by "" star , the event witnessed Vince Gilligan being recognized for his work on "" series finale. He took home the dramatic series award, edging out who was also nominated for directing an episode of the crime drama series.

Cranston, earning two nominations in total, also failed to claim the prize in comedy series category through his work on "". The award went to Beth McCarthy-Miller for directing "" finale.


PGA Awards 2014: 'Breaking Bad' and 'Modern Family' Among TV Winners

January 20, 2014 02:01:09

After SAG-AFTRA announced the winners of its annual awards show on Saturday, the Producers Guild of America held its own 25th annual gala on Sunday, January 19. The event honors the visionaries who produce and execute motion picture and television product, with "" and "" as the big TV winners this year.

The AMC crime drama series bagged the Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama. It edged out other strong contenders including "", "", "" and last year's winner "".


TV Nominations for 2014 DGA Awards: Bryan Cranston Scores Two, Faces Off Vince Gilligan

January 10, 2014 09:01:34

Directors Guild of America has announced the TV nominees for its annual awards, two days after unveiling the nominations in movie field. Actor/director , who's known for his portrayal of meth dealer Walter White on "", lands in both Dramatic Series and Comedy Series categories.

The three-time Emmy winner earns his Dramatic Series nod for directing an episode of the recently concluded crime drama series. He is joined in the race by "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan, Golden Globe-winning director David Fincher (""), Lesli Linka Glatter ("") and David Nutter ("").


SAG Awards 2014 Nominees in TV: 'Breaking Bad' Up for Four, 'Mad Men' and 'Girls' Snubbed

December 12, 2013 08:12:29

The glorious days of "" may not be over yet even the show already concluded last September. The crime drama series nabs four nominations for the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards that will be handed out on Saturday, January 18, 2014 and aired live on TNT and TBS at 8 P.M. ET/5 P.M. PT from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.

The series' on-screen couple and are up for best drama actor and best drama actress respectively. The Walter White depicter faces off (""), (""), ("") and ("") in the category.


'Breaking Bad' and 'Orange Is the New Black' Lead 2014 WGA Awards TV Nominees

December 06, 2013 09:12:52

The Writers Guild of America has announced the nominations for its 2014 awards in TV field. Netflix and its new original comedy series "" dominate the list, while "" tops the pack in drama categories.

Earning four nods, the starrer is up for Comedy Series and New Series awards. It faces off critically acclaimed vets "", "" and "" as well as HBO's "" in the former category. Meanwhile, also vying for the New Series honor are FX's "", Netflix's "" and Showtime's "" & ".


'Breaking Bad' Creator Envisions Jesse's Future Post-Series Finale

November 27, 2013 09:11:11

With the end of "", fans were also brought to the end of Walter White's journey. But there could be more to tell of Jesse Pinkman since he managed to escape from the white supremacist compound where he had been held captive.

In an interview with GQ after the series finale aired, series creator Vince Gilligan talked about what happened to Jesse after being a free man again. "My personal feeling is that he got away," he said, but then shared a worst-case scenario for 's character.


'Breaking Bad' Alternate Ending Sees Bryan Cranston Waking Up From Nightmare

November 18, 2013 08:11:58

An alternate ending for "", which will be included on the "Breaking Bad: The Complete Series" DVD box set, has leaked online. This version puts a goofy twist on the tragic ending for 's Walter White as the actor reprises his "Malcolm in the Middle" of Hal to reveal that the events on the AMC series were nothing but a dream.

Featuring as his wife Lois, the clip sees Hal recounting his nightmare. He says that he dreamed he was bald, had a hot blonde wife and cooked meth. "You grow a beard," Lois tries to calm down her agitated husband, "and suddenly you think you're Osama bin Laden."


'Breaking Bad': Walter White Tombstone to Be Relocated

October 24, 2013 03:10:58

Following protests and petition signed by families whose relatives are burried at the Sunset Memorial Park cemetery in Albuquerque, a fake gravesite for "" character Walter White will be removed. Cemetery officials had promised before that they would get rid of the headstone if it attracted many tourists.

The headstone and burial vault to commemorate the fictional meth dealer will be relocated to the Village Shops at Los Ranchos, the home of local restaurant Vernon's Steakhouse that organized the fake funeral on Saturday, October 19.


Walter White Funeral Held by 'Breaking Bad' Fans Raises $17,000

October 21, 2013 09:10:40

"" fans paid final respect to Walter White in a fake funeral for 's meth dealer character on Saturday, October 19 in Albuquerque, where the show was filmed. Around 200 of mourners gathered at the Sunset Memorial Park cemetery and threw dirt across an empty coffin, which was placed in a real gravesite with a headstone.

Cranston and other lead actors from the series were not available for the event, but the show's set decorator Michael Flowers was on hand to deliver the eulogy. The event also paid tribute to Hank Schrader and Steven Gomez, two fictional Drugs Enforcement Agency officers who were murdered in the series finale.


Anthony Hopkins Praises Bryan Cranston's 'Breaking Bad' Performance in Fan Letter

October 15, 2013 11:10:33

Being praised by such veteran actor as must be a great compliment to "" star . Thus, the Walter White depicter decided to share a letter penned by the "Red Dragon" actor, who admitted to have binge-watched the AMC series for two weeks, with the cast.

The letter later went viral after posted by "Breaking Bad" co-star Steven Michael Quezada on his Facebook page last Sunday, October 13. In the fan letter, Hopkins raved over Cranston's performance as the chemistry teacher-turned-meth cook as well as the entire crew's work.


Vince Gilligan Was Offered $75 Million for Three More Episodes of 'Breaking Bad'

October 10, 2013 01:10:34

Jeffrey Katzenberg was willing to pay $75 million for more "". The CEO of DreamWorks Animation revealed at the the Mipcom mart in Cannes that six weeks ago he offered Vince Gilligan such amount of money to write three more episodes of the recently-wrapped series.

"I had this crazy idea. I was nuts for the show. I had no idea where this season was going," he said, as he became a fan of the show late into its run on AMC. "The last series cost about $3.5 million an episode. So they would make more profit from these three shows than they made from five years of the entire series."


Oliver Stone Slams 'Breaking Bad' Finale for 'Ridiculous' Violent Scenes

October 09, 2013 03:10:06

Despite what called a "very satisfying" ending for his character on "", at least one person found the series finale "ridiculous." Notable filmmaker Oliver Stone expressed this while promoting his Showtime docu series "The Untold History of the United States".

"There's too much violence in our movies - and it's all unreal to me," he unleashed his frustration that filmmaking had lost respect for the kind of escapism it provides audiences. He used final scenes on the last episode of the AMC critically-acclaimed series as an example.


Nielsen Launches Twitter Measurement Feature for TV Shows

October 08, 2013 03:10:17

As Twitter has become one of the platforms to promote TV programs and for audience to discuss their favorite shows, Nielsen Media Research has introduced a new Twitter TV Ratings. The feature will measure TV shows-related tweets to capture the phenomenon known as social TV.

The product will measure the number of people tweeting about TV programs as well as how many Twitter users are viewing those messages. The company notes that Twitter users viewing tweets about a TV show are about 50 times larger than those writing tweets about the same topic.


Trailer for 'Breaking Bad' Spanish-Language Remake

October 04, 2013 02:10:37

The success of "" does not only spawn the upcoming Saul Goodman spin-off but also a Spanish-language version titled "Metastasis". On the heels of the series end, a trailer for the remake is released, introducing the Colombian version of Walter White.

Diego Trujillo plays Walter Blanco, the chemistry teacher-turned-meth cook. Robert Urbina stars as Jose Miguel Rosas (Jesse Pinkman) and Sandra Reyes plays Cielo (Skyler White). Meanwhile, the colombian version of Walt's DEA agent brother-in-law Hank will be called Henry.


'Breaking Bad' Series Finale Breaks Ratings Record for Basic Cable

October 01, 2013 11:10:33

All the anticipation for the "" last episode culminated in a record-breaking series finale. Walter White's swan song which aired on Sunday, September 29 averaged 10.3 million viewers, with 6.7 million in adults 18-49 demo.

The number of total viewers was up from its previous series record of 6.6 million delivered by the penultimate episode last week. Improving 300% from the midseason finale which aired last fall, it becomes the most-watched series finale ever on basic cable. It also marks AMC's second most-watched broadcast ever behind "" season 3 finale.


Bryan Cranston on Walt Getting Redemption in 'Breaking Bad' Finale: 'It's Satisfying'

September 30, 2013 03:09:45

Fans who were tuning into the "" finale on Sunday night, September 29 may not be disappointed with the ending, especially with the direction taken for Walter White. The antihero [SPOILER ALERT!] indeed was killed in the farewell episode, but he got his chance to redeem himself.

As he saw the condition of Jesse who had been tortured, Walt who initially planned to wipe his former student out suddenly had a change of heart and saved him instead. He even let Jesse shoot him but Jesse refused to do so, and Walt later took a bullet for Jesse.


'Breaking Bad' 5.11 Preview: Confessions

August 19, 2013 12:08:02

'Breaking Bad' Renewed for Season 4

June 14, 2010 09:06:08

Prism Awards Announced the 2010 Nominees

February 19, 2010 02:02:55

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