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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'Breaking Bad' Goes Out with Neat Freak White at the Helm; Do the Suits Smell Blood?

    It is now work like "Breaking Bad," rather than the white elephant CGI films that play in theaters, that furnishes our touchstones and defining metaphors. And if this really is the '60s and '70s, we have to thinking about how it might end. If the Third Golden Age of Television began because the suit...

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    Was 'Breaking Bad's Finale Too "Tidy"?

    Reaction to 'Breaking Bad's finale episode splits between those who found it satisfying and those who found it a little too much so.

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    'Breaking Bad' Watch: "Felina"

    The series about a meth-dealing chemistry teacher comes to a thoroughly satisfying, if by definition anticlimactic, end.

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    Recap: 'Breaking Bad' Bids A Wobbly Farewell In Finale Season 5, Episode 16 'Felina'

    And so "Breaking Bad" ends roughly where the season five began, with Walt celebrating his 52nd birthday and seemingly having all of his wishes come true. To say that excitement has been feverish coming into "Felina" would be an understatement, and expectations have been sky high for creator Vince Gi...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: As We Head Toward the 'Breaking Bad' Finale, We Are Jesse (VIDEO)

    On Sunday's episode of AMC's self-referential chat show "Talking Bad," actor Matt Jones observed that his character, Badger, a slacker/stoner member of Jesse Pinkman's drug crew, had been kept around on "Breaking Bad," along with his pal Skinny Pete (Charles Baker), mostly to remind us where Jessie ...

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    WATCH: 'Breaking Bad' Stars Cranston, Paul, Gunn, Norris and Show Creator Gilligan on Conan O'Brien

    "Breaking Bad" stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris and Anna Gunn (who walked away with a Best Supporting Actress win at Sunday's Primetime Emmys) and the show's creator Vince Gilligan swung by Conan O'Brien last night to talk the immensely popular series, which will have its finale Septemb...

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    'Breaking Bad' Watch: "Granite State"

    Walt gets a new life in a New Hampshire cabin, but the mess he left behind keeps getting messier.

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    Recap: Table Is Set For The Finale In 'Breaking Bad' Season 5, Episode 15 'Granite State'

    What happens to a king when he no longer has a kingdom to rule? That's the central question in "Granite State," the penultimate episode to "Breaking Bad" that after some truly heart racing episodes from the rest of the season, is intriguingly subdued. It puts in the center a dying Walter White (Brya...

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    Interpreting 'Breaking Bad's Infamous Phone Call

    In the week since "Ozymandias" aired, interpretations of Walter White's call have become a referendum on the show and its audience.

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    Casting Watch: Bryan Cranston Will Play Blacklisted Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in Upcoming Biopic

    Well, this is exciting. Bryan Cranston, star of AMC's "Breaking Bad," will play blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in an upcoming biopic, "Trumbo."

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