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Golden Globes: Breaking Bad, Amy Poehler, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Candelabra Score Big Wins

Golden Globe Winners 2014

The 71st annual Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday night in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation) and Tina Fey (30 Rock) returning as heavenly hosts.

AMC’s dearly departed Breaking Bad led all TV dramas …READ MORE & VIEW WINNERS

Breaking Bad Boss Vince Gilligan 'Very Proud' of Series' End, Hopeful for Saul Goodman Spin-Off


To any Breaking Bad fans anxious about the acclaimed AMC drama’s swan song run and imminent conclusion (beginning Aug. 11), fret not: You’re in good company.

“I was really nervous about coming up with the end of this thing for a year straight — for six years straight,” creator Vince Gilligan confessed …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Nikita Villainess Visits Vegas, Bryan Cranston's Post-Bad Plans and More!

Vegas Season 1 Spoilers

A Nikita fave is taking a quick trip to Vegas.

Melinda Clarke has landed a guest-starring spot in a spring episode of the CBS drama, playing …READ MORE

Exclusive 30 Rock First Look: Bryan Cranston and Catherine O'Hara Come to Town!


Walter White he is not!

Bryan Cranston drops in on 30 Rock this Thursday (NBC, 8/7c), and his latest alter ego — Kenneth’s mom’s “friend” Ron — couldn’t differ more from Breaking Bad‘s aforementioned anti-hero. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

30 Rock Casts Bryan Cranston and Catherine O'Hara as Kenneth's [Spoilers]!

Fall TV Preview

What’s even better than a Saturday night at the chuckle hut? Finding out that 30 Rock’s Kenneth is …READ MORE

TVLine Items: Offerman, Washington to Reveal Emmy Noms, TCA Awards Host Named and More!


Ron Swanson and Olivia Pope are teaming up.

Parks and Recreation‘s Nick Offerman and Scandal‘s Kerry Washington will announce the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy nominations on …READ MORE

Simpsons Exclusive First Look: Bryan Cranston and Homer Do Some James Bonding

THE SIMPSONS: Stradivarius Cain (guest voice Bryan Cranston) offers to help Homer to learn how to become a better husband in “The Spy Who Learned Me” episode of THE SIMPSONS airing Sunday, May 6 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  THE SIMPSONS ™ and © 2012 TCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Bryan Cranston can’t seem to stop being “drawn” to Fox’s Sunday-night “Animation Domination” lineup.

On the heels of his guest gig on The Cleveland Show (as ventriloquist critic Graham Kensington), the Breaking Bad star is set to appear in the May 6 episode of The Simpsons. This time, he’ll play secret agent Stradivarius Cain, the protagonist of a spy movie at which Homer — who could’ve seen this coming?! — embarrasses Marge. READ MORE & VIEW IMAGE

Breaking Bad Boss Talks Final Season, Walter's Dark Destination and Filling Gus Fring's Shoes

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Gale Boetticher (David Costabile) - Breaking Bad - Season 4, Episode 13 - Photo Credit Gregory Peters/AMC

Though he may have seemed on top of the world as Season 4 drew to a close, Breaking Bad‘s Walter White will only get badder as the AMC drama’s final run of 16 episodes gets underway this summer. READ MORE

Exclusive Cleveland Show Video: Watch Bryan Cranston in Action as Critic Graham Kensington

THE CLEVELAND SHOW: Cleveland and Rallo's ventriloquist act becomes a hit and gets rave reviews by fans and the famous ventriloquist critic Graham Kensington (guest voice Bryan Cranston) in the all-new "Brown Magic" episode of THE CLEVELAND SHOW, airing Sunday, Feb. 19 (7:30-8:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  THE CLEVELAND SHOW ™ and © 2012 TCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

He may have three Emmys under his belt, but there’s still an area of acting that Bryan Cranston finds daunting: animation.
As TVLine reported last week, the Breaking Bad star voices exuberant ventriloquist critic Graham Kensington in this Sunday’s episode of The Cleveland Show (Fox, 7:30/6:30C) — and it’s not as easy as it sounds.  READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Exclusive First Look: Bryan Cranston's Cleveland Show Character Unveiled!

Bryan Cranston

Bryan Cranston seems determined to cram as much work into his Breaking Bad hiatus as possible. Next up for the busy actor/director: not one but two roles on The Cleveland Show. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO