I want to believe.
The actress takes Vulture along for the ride.
"He may get worse yet."
It's not just mirrors. Just about every surface on BB is reflective.
The White house! As in Walter White's house.
Viewers delivered their own answer to the question "Who killed Rosie Larsen?": Who cares?
A quick catchup on the major (and ridiculous) moments from the past twelve episodes.
Lowest ratings ever among folks under 50.
July 15: So close yet so far.
We're guessing the gang encounters some dangerous strangers and then escapes a zombie attack.
You'll get four Sundays between Mad Men's season-five closer and Breaking Bad's final season's start.
Good numbers for Game of Thrones and Mad Men, but The Killing has lost its thrill.
Both shows could air next year.
The Walking Dead has worked out pretty well for the network.
It appears to be a networkwide edict that children be abandoned and ignored.
Eight episodes this year, eight next year, says Heisenberg.
If you like Breaking Bad, you'll love Chemical Reactions!
The procedural still plays like CBS crime-show hackwork wrapped in art-house pretension.
About Jim Thorpe's alma mater.
Just because mommy and daddy argue sometimes doesn't mean they don't love you.
Well, it's no "Who killed Rosie Larsen?"
Yet more evidence that a main character is on his way out.
Grammys? What Grammys?
“The lawsuit is ridiculous."