It's evocative of the Heisenberg drug ballad from season two's "Negro y Azul."
Sunday’s finale brought in under 1 million viewers.
For one thing, we’ll meet Saul’s brother.
It appears to be AMC's least-watched drama premiere ever.
AMC’s latest prestige drama is set in the Texas computer industry in 1983.
For those who are as curious as Stephen Colbert is about why we have to wait until 2015.
"Next time I read a script that says, Exterior, cold mountain and it’s raining, I'm just going to put the script down."
Zou Bisou Bis-d'oh!
“I could have gotten Don if I wanted!”
Though it did debut against the massive Game of Thrones premiere.
But not quite as massive as last fall's premiere
As an '80s tech wizard.
Including several comedies.
People love zombies.
As does most of AMC's lineup.
From their Walking Dead and Breaking Bad spinoffs to their future slate to how they're handling Netflix competition.
It's not a disaster, alright?
They all can't be winners!
On the calamitous jail showdown, and what to expect when the season resumes in February.
Starring Jamie Bell as a cabbage farmer/spy.
So close, and yet so far away.
Including Knifeman, which was initially a David Cronenberg project.
*Ominous yet good-natured chortling.*