But he could.
Community sure loves Breaking Bad.
Who do you want to see?
Like an AMC–Food Network collaboration, brought to you by Jimmy Kimmel.
And then lock him in a basement and demand new Breaking Bad scripts.
It's not the first moment that pops to mind.
And it sounds like the best thing ever.
Bryan Cranston and Vince Gilligan don't agree.
Also: It's time to bone up on your Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Tonight at 7 p.m. at the Apple Store in Soho.
Charlie Rose spilled the beans — one of them, at least.
Vince Gilligan is still high on the Saul spinoff.
It could be an hourlong drama or a half-hour comedy.
AfterMASH doesn't scare him.
Knee-deep in edits for the final season, which premieres in August, the creator of television’s darkest drama talks with Lane Brown.
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The end times draw near.
The evolution of Walt's fate, The X Files, and how Casablanca had the ideal ending.
Hey, it's hard creating the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad.
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Vulture talked to Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, and Bob Odenkirk about their favorite pieces from the "Breaking Bad Art Project" exhibition.
"He clearly just wants to torture the two people who in his mind have betrayed him."
"He may get worse yet."