Better Call Saul creator Vince Gilligan says another Breaking Bad character will be featured in Season 4.
Breaking Bad is now officially 10-years old and Aaron Paul took to Twitter to celebrate, sharing a 1-minute video that recaps the entire series.
There are still a lot of Breaking Bad secrets many fans don't know even more than four years after the show ended on AMC.
The owners of Walter White's house from Breaking Bad have erected up a huge fence to keep fans from throwing pizza on the roof.
Bryan Cranston is open to returning as Walter White on Better Call Saul, and knows just how it should happen.
Patrick Fabian, Rhea Seehorn and Michael Mando have joined a cast that also includes Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and Michael McKean.
The actor will play Dr. Thurber, an attorney who has come down with a mysterious affliction in this upcoming AMC series.
Vince Gilligan talks about one version where Walt uses that massive M60 machine gun at the Albuquerque jail, and another where every character dies.
The Breaking Bad star wants to discuss the secrets he lived with while making the hit series. Plus, learn more about the spin-off's new characters.
Relive some of your favorite moments of Walt's adventures through the last few years.
Breaking Bad sweeps the Drama categories while Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a surprise winner for comedy. Check out all of our photos from the event.
The show will debut on the streaming service after airing on AMC next year. The series takes place before Saul Goodman ever met Walter White.
Star Bob Odenkirk reveals that we might see Saul's origins and his future in hiding out. The series is targeting a summer 2014 debut.
Diego Trujillo is high school chemistry teacher Walter Blanco. Watch as the story of Heinsenberg is retold for a whole new audience.
Vince Gilligan takes viewers inside the epic conclusion, discussing some of the major decisions that went into creating this last episode.
In addition, we have three more behind-the-scenes featurettes that delve into the making of this epic conclusion to the hit AMC drama.
The after show Talking Bad, which featured series creator Vince Gilligan and several cast members, drew in 4.4 million viewers.
Plus, we have two behind-the-scenes for the series' penultimate episode, Granite State that aired on AMC last night.
The first four seasons will air between September 25th and September 27th, with the fifth season marathon starting September 28 at 11 PM ET.
The hit AMC series is set to go out with a super-sized bang, starting Sunday, September 22nd at 9 PM ET with the penultimate episode.