Graphic Designer Nathan Peters has painstakingly illustrated every outfit worn by Breaking Bad’s Walter White. It’s as geeky and impressive as it sounds, and then some.
Plus someone who gets paid to manage memes, a man who’s eaten nothing but raw meat for the last five years, and Pumpkin Spice: The Movie.
So many deaths in creative/horrifying ways. Spoilers, obviously.
On Sunday night, 10.3 million people watched the show, blowing away last week’s previous record of 6.6 million viewers.
It’s probably part of the mourning process to obsess over every single frame of “Felina.”
Whether you think the final episode of the Emmy-winning series was perfect or not, there’s no denying the AMC drama’s thrilling conclusion set a precedent. Obviously, SPOILERS AHEAD.
Albuquerque’s Rebel Donut has just the thing before Sunday’s finale.
Warning: Massive spoilers, and quite a lot of blood. Only read this if you’ve finished the final season.
Suffering from Breaking Bad Sadness? Let Lana (a.k.a. Beth Crosby) ease your pain.
Such symbolism. Found via Imgur.
It was a wild night for the Breaking Bad star. These are his thoughts… We assume.
“Well, crap” exactly, Jeff Daniels.
Sony Pictures have put hundreds of Breaking Bad props up for auction. Here are some of the highlights.
This time, saying “bitch” was totally appropriate. Also: Want to know how Breaking Bad ends?
Michelle MacLaren nearly killed us all Sunday night. Spoilers ahead.
“Stay away from Mr. White … DON’T DO METH.”
You seriously have to see this. Oh yeah, Ben Affleck as Batman in it too.
Walter White was on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch?!
Test how well you know your Bryan Cranston characters. Walt vs. Hal.
Some things make too much sense.
Well, that escalated quickly. WARNING: Major spoilers for “Blood Money.”
Season five, part one, as told by status updates. Spoilers, obviously.
Mad Men was the first attention-getter for the formerly meh movie channel. But AMC’s president Charlie Collier says that when Bryan Cranston won the Emmy for Breaking Bad’s first season, he said, “Now we’re a network.”
The weirdest recurring sketch on Late Night, for sure, but it somehow always delivers.
With production wrapped on their Emmy-winning drama, Bryan Cranston and several members of the cast offer up the backstories and motivations that you didn’t see on television. Plus, Anna Gunn on why some fans hate Skyler.
The three-time Emmy winner has plans to move behind the camera in the post-Walter White era. Plus: Saul Goodman’s advice for Anthony Weiner.
The 82-year-old billionaire hung out with Aaron Paul at the show’s final season premiere.