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5 Seasons, 92 Episodes

Genre: Crime / Musical / Thriller /


When Walter White, a chemistry teacher, is diagnosed with Stage III cancer and given a prognosis of two years left to live, he chooses to enter a dangerous world of drugs and crime with the intent to secure his family's financial security.
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'Better Call Saul's' Bob Odenkirk Reveals the One Thing That Doesn't Make Sense to Him About Saul Goodman

Selling the dramatic cliffhanger at the end of Monday night’s episode of “Better Call Saul,” titled “Wexler v. Goodman,” proved a challenge for even star Bob Odenkirk. In a lively chat on “Variety After-Show” on Instagram — where Odenkirk answered questions from fans — following the episode’s airing, he also revealed that one of the season’s last two remainin... more Comments

AMC Sets Linear TV Premiere for 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'

“Breaking Bad” fans who don’t have a Netflix subscription will finally be able to see Vince Gilligan’s follow-up film, “El Camino.” AMC has set the linear TV premiere for the film for Feb. 16. The film, which premiered on Netflix and in theaters on Oct. 11, will air as part of a “Breaking Bad” marathon that begins on Sunday, Jan. 19. The marathon leads into the fifth season premiere of “Better Call Saul,” which is set for Feb. 23. The &ldq... more Comments

TV's Top 25 Episodes of the Decade

Before this decade, the idea of a network dropping an entire season on one day was not a serious one. Episodes aired week to week, occasionally back to back, and so it went — until streaming services made clear that they were willing to tread a different path. Suddenly, it seemed, TV’s release calendar featured more and more shows releasing a slew of episodes all at once, banking on keeping the audience’s attention with “bingeworthy” content. While exciting at first, this shift eventually started to flatten ... more Comments

The Best Non-Netflix Shows on Netflix

It’s no secret that as a content producer, Netflix Originals have contributed heavily to the peak TV era. In fact, earlier this year the streaming behemoth announced a focus on originals to bank new subscribers. But that is far from all the platform does. In fact, in the sea of series on the service, there are more than a few licensed gems. Beloved classic series such as “Friends” and “Frasier” have seen second lives (and picked up quite a few new fans who were too young or — gasp — perhaps not even born ... more Comments

Better Call Saul Season 5: Premiere Date Announced!

It's been a long time coming, but we finally have a premiere date for Better Call Saul Season 5.  The Breaking Bad prequel will return after a lengthy hiatus Sunday, February 23, at 10/9c, out of The Walking Dead.  Even more promising for devoted fans is that a second episode will air the following night at 9/8c, where the show will settle for the rest of the season. Better Call Saul Season 5 will consist of 10 episodes. “Ji... more Comments

'El Camino': Aaron Paul on Why Recreating a 'Breaking Bad' Scene Was the Movie's Toughest Moment

Jesse Pinkman’s goodbye at the close of “Breaking Bad” was one that took a surprisingly short amount of time to capture. The final image of Aaron Paul’s character on the TV series showed Jesse, freed from a custom-made meth cartel cage and fleeing behind the wheel of a car in a flurry of cathartic screams. Paul told IndieWire that, despite the challenging emotions that flowed though that scene, the process of filming it six years ago was over far quicker than he’d... more Comments

'El Camino' Is an Ideal Epilogue to a Perfect Ending, Not Another Chapter of 'Breaking Bad'

Vince Gilligan didn’t want to change the ending of “Breaking Bad.” No one did. Not really. Even those who wanted to see more stories with Walter White and Jesse Pinkman had to respect how their stories wrapped up in the award-winning crime saga. Walter dies, as was his destiny. Jesse lives, as he deserved. Rare is it to find such a fitting yet fulfilling ending to a long-running, highly respected drama series, and rarer still for just about everyone to agree that the show... more Comments

'El Camino' Review: A Riveting Goodbye to 'Breaking Bad'

It’s easy to think of “Breaking Bad” first as an action crime drama. Any montage of the series’ most memorable moments would have explosions and car crashes and shootouts and stacks of money scaled high enough to take a nap on. But it’s just as accurate to think of the six-season AMC series as a tragic ballet. The tonal balance needed to present its main protagonist as both a desperate man and a monster, with a dexterity in writing that can deliver a three-word da... more Comments

TV Review: 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'

“El Camino,” which begins moments after the events depicted in the 2013 finale of “Breaking Bad,” is startling from nearly its first shot, as one reckons with the fact that Aaron Paul is now well older than Jesse Pinkman. As Pinkman — the young naif turned assistant meth cook turned slave whose liberation from literal shackles provided one of the most resounding moments of triumph in that series’ final ... more Comments

Breaking Bad Refresher: Aaron Paul Recaps the Complete Series Ahead of El Camino Release - Watch Video

[YouTube=l4bW99gtXR8] Need a Breaking Bad refresher ahead of El Camino? “Yeah, bitch!” — Jesse Pinkman’s got you covered. Aaron Paul hijacked Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue on Wednesday to provide a terse recap of all 62 episodes, which he managed to get through in just under three (!) minutes. “There’s this chemistry teacher named Walt who gets cancer... more Comments

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