Today (January 20) marks the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Breaking Bad and the show’s stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul took to Twitter to celebrate the occasion. “The government shutdown today comes on the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Breaking Bad, Jan 20, 2008. Coincidence? Or could Heisenberg have something to do [...]
While Bryan Cranston had plenty of hard scenes to grapple with in Breaking Bad, one takes the cake.
It’s easy to forget that when Breaking Bad premiered 10 years ago, it was just another TV show. Not a groundbreaking piece of entertainment, not a universally acclaimed series almost certain to be remembered as one of the finest shows ever made, but an odd-looking little story about Bryan Cranston selling drugs. The… Read more...
In honor of the tenth anniversary of the premiere episode of Breaking Bad, Sony Pictures Television has unveiled an official YouTube channel for one of the most beloved TV series of our time. The show’s YouTube destination will house official show clips as well as user-generated content, Variety reports. Show More Summary
10 years ago tomorrow, a show with no discernible qualities of longevity aired on AMC, a network that was only a few months into its first tentpole series, Mad Men, and not yet an established ratings and awards player. Breaking Bad arrived...Show More Summary
When television viewers were introduced to Breaking Bad's Walter White - the high school teacher who starts cooking meth in order to provide for his family after he's diagnosed with lung cancer - in 2008, he certainly wasn't the first antihero viewers had come across. Seven months prior, Tony... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Breaking Bad Bryan Cranston Vince Gilligan
When AMC's Breaking Bad was being developed, it had all the cards stacked against it. As one executive put it in a preproduction phone call, "We're making a series about a guy who sells crystal meth. We'll all be lucky to still haveShow More Summary
This quiz originally ran before the finale of Breaking Bad in September 2013. We’re republishing it to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the show’s premiere.After the Breaking Bad series finale, TV viewers won’t have Walter White and his merry meth-making pals to kick around anymore. So Vulture is pouring one out for our fallen ... More »
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All these years later, Breaking Bad villain Gustavo Fring still stands as one of the greatest antagonists in television history. Sure, he was a bad guy, but he very much understood the idea of commanding respect rather than fear (though he throws in a hefty dose of fear as well) when possible. He was the […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since Breaking Bad first entered the public consciousness after it began airing on AMC on January 20, 2008. In the five seasons it lasted, the layered and rich drama provided ample proof that television was no longer a place where characters had to solely exist in […]
Gus Fring's demise is one of Breaking Bad's most iconic sequences, and Vince Gilligan explained why taking Gus down was so tricky for the writing team.
Breaking Bad, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, was far from the first TV drama focusing on an antihero. Bland chemistry teacher-turned-meth chef and eventual kingpin Walter White followed in the footsteps of mobster Tony...Show More Summary
This Saturday marks the 10th anniversary of the premiere of Breaking Bad. The AMC series followed Walter White, a chemistry teacher who turns to manufacturing methamphetamine after he develops cancer. It was an entirely new idea in TV...Show More Summary
Breaking Bad has become iconic for its tricky plots, and series creator Vince Gilligan recently opened up about the storyline that proved to be the hardest for the writing team to crack during the show's run.
Cancer cells can break away from a tumor and circulate through the blood. There are few of the cancer cells compared to the trillions of blood cells. Current methods to find and extract these circulating tumor cells (CTC) are expensive and may be out of reach for medical facilities in rural areas.
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