There's a record-breaking number of shows on television—we're at "Peak TV" after all—and it can seem impossible to keep up. Hulu is here to help in a new campaign from twofifteenmccann.
Zoom zoom, bitches!Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul contributes an awesome voiceover to "A Driver's Life," the first spot in Mazda North America's new "Driving Matters" campaign.
Aaron Paul was just going on about how he misses playing Jesse Pinkman. Well, he gets a bit of a Breaking Bad fix here by reuniting with Bryan Cranston for this amusing comedic short from Audi for next Monday's Emmy Awards.
If a new Xbox One ad gone awry is any indication, the voice-command function on the Microsoft Kinect device is working a little too well for some gamers.
Bryan Cranston, the DEA's No. 1 pain in the ass during his iconic run as meth kingpin Walter White on AMC's Breaking Bad, has been getting some press lately for his early-'80s work in the commercial below for Preparation H (a product that basically defined the Reagan Era).
Despite being blacked out in some 14.1 million DISH Network homes, the return of AMC’s Breaking Bad on Sunday night set a series ratings record.According to Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, the Season 5 premiere of Breaking Bad scared up 2.93 million viewers, establishing it as the most-watched installment in the show’s history.