Breaking Bad Boss Talks Final Season, Walter's Dark Destination and Filling Gus Fring's Shoes
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
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 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
Exclusive: Bryan Cranston Headed to Modern Family (But There's a Catch)
Breaking Bad meth chef Bryan Cranston is returning to his sitcom roots with a gig on Modern Family, but there’s a twist: READ MORE
TVLine Items: 30 Rock Gets Stone'd, Mad Men's Return Date (?), Archer Hits Cranston and More
TGS doyenne Jenna Maroney has landed herself in one of those star-studded, holiday-themed motion pictures, and she is in good company.
Specifically, when 30 Rock casts Jane Krakowski’s alter ego in a rom-com romp titled Martin Luther King Day … READ MORE
Bryan Cranston on Breaking Bad's Deadly Twist, Final Season Thoughts, and His Date With Batman
Bryan Cranston is having it both ways. Just days ago, he as Walter White dared to go especially dark in the Breaking Bad season finale, and soon he can be seen fighting crime (occasionally with the help of a caped crusader) as Lt. James Gordon in the new Batman: Year One animated movie, out on DVD and Blu-ray Oct. 18.
TVLine spoke with the three-time Emmy winner … READ MORE
TVLine Items: Sarah Paulson Enters Horror Story, CBS Renews Big Brother and More
Sarah Paulson has scared up a plum part in FX’s American Horror Story. READ MORE
Emmys Flashback: The Big Winners of 2010
There were plenty of reasons to smile during last year’s Emmy Awards. Not only did favorites like Modern Family and Glee‘s Jane Lynch walk away with statues, but The Good Wife dark horse Archie Panjabi and The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons also deservedly got rewarded, both first-timers. Of course, the biggest smiles (and choicest soundbites) came from the winners themselves. Take a look back at what the big winners from 2010 had to say about their big moment at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. And designers, start sending your dresses to this first winner now! This year’s show will be held September 18, at the NOKIA Theatre in L.A. …READ MORE & SEE PHOTO GALLERY