When his iconic TV series Breaking Bad went off the air in 2013, Bryan Cranston wasn't looking to dive back into another series role. But in May 2015, when CBS passed on Sneaky Pete, the drama pilot he had co-created, co-written and executive produced, Cranston knew there was one surefire way to help the show find a second life: hire himself as an actor on the show.
Mike's Hard Lemonade is going stop-motion. To help promote its Mike's Harder Lemonade, the beverage maker has partnered with Crackle on the streaming network's upcoming stop-motion comedy, Supermansion.
As the line between digital and linear programming blurs, Crackle doesn't want to be seen just as a brand's online ad option. It also doesn't want to be just another video site.
As the Baltimore Orioles and the Washington Nationals became the first Major League Baseball teams to clinch a division last night, baseball fans, fairweather and hard-core alike, are gearing up for the most exciting time of year—the postseason.
The Emmy Awards are a game. That doesn't mean they're worthless, or meaningless, or cynical; it just means that there is high-level strategy around who gets what award and why, beyond simply who turned in the best performance. And this year in particular, we were able to see that game being played a lot more baldly than it has been in years past.
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.
It’s been nearly four weeks since the finale of AMC’s Breaking Bad, and the show’s fans are now going through a withdrawal nearly as intense as when Jesse quit the H and got shipped off to rehab. (But hopefully with fewer cold sweats).
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).
At the Time & Life building in New York this afternoon, media types convened over lunch to hear a rather diverse panel of newsmakers—including former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Today host Matt Lauer, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi—discuss who should receive the title of
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.