By Tim | Tread lightly
It apparently doesn't take long at all for Netflix users to get sucked into marathons of Breaking Bad or Bates Motel.
According to the streaming service, it takes a mere two episodes of those shows for its users to go from walking/talking members of society to couch potatoes with a mission. Or, to use …Netflix
The star of Breaking Bad opens the doors to his family’s recently completed beach house located just outside of Los Angeles.
Tell us about the original structure.
Bryan: It was literally a shack, a kind of Quonset hut that became a lean-to. It kept changing—people adjusting the roofline and adding …Bryan Cranston
If your weekend Netflix plans include a marathon binge of the AMC series “Breaking Bad,” you’ll be seeing a pair of homes that have come on the market in New Mexico.
In Albuquerque, a historic home used as the fictional residence for Aaron Paul’s character, Jesse Pinkman, is listed for sale at $1.6 …Breaking Bad
Coffee is brewed in a 'lab' by men in yellow jumpsuits at Walter's Coffee Roastery
Nearly two years since the final series of Breaking Bad, its legacy lives on: in the form of a novelty cafe in Istanbul.
Walter's Coffee Roastery opened in March 2015 after a successful crowdfunding campaign on …
Wanna cook? Would-be Heisenbergs in London can finally live the life of a king pin — well, sort of.
A pop-up bar called ABQ, named after the setting of Breaking Bad in Albuquerque, New Mexico, will offer an intoxicating drinking experience. No, blue meth will not be served. Just delicious …England
After Breaking Bad wrapped up series creator Vince Gilligan wasted no time jumping back to TV, but now he's looking to the big screen with a very different kind of project. Deadline reports that Disney has purchased Beanstalk, an updated version of the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale based on a …Movies
Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Wolf Of Wall Street all get the retro treatment. H/T: Golem13.
Julien Knez, aka Golem13, has designed fake VHS covers for modern TV shows and movies, such as Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad and Gravity.
He told BuzzFeed: “I created them for April Fools’ Day, …Cover Art
Vince Gilligan wants them to stop
Do you remember that scene for Breaking Bad when Walt, after another failed attempt to reconcile things with Skyler, leaves the house, with enormous pizza-for-two in his hands and throws it on the roof in a fit of rage? It's not a particularly standout moment from …Pizza
Apparently, Breaking Bad is just a TV show and that house belongs to a nice woman who is not in fact Walter White. “Let me tell you, there is nothing original or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof,” said the show’s creator Vince Gilligan.
Remember the iconic scene from Breaking …Breaking Bad
Or are they Saulforwards? Either way, we've rounded up the hints from season one.
Better Call Saul may be a spin-off of Breaking Bad, but it's become clear you don't need to know the original to enjoy the prequel. That said, familiarity with Breaking Bad makes Better Call Saul better by turning it into …
What started out as a bit of a joke has now become one of the most popular TV shows on the planet. Yes, that's right. The idea for Better Call Saul …
Bat country moves to Albuquerque, NM tomorrow as iconic Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas artist Ralph Steadman's bombastic series of Breaking Bad illustrations hit London's 71A Gallery. Originally designed for a special release of Breaking Bad DVDs, Steadman worked closely with the show's …Art
Better Call Saul, the genetic successor to Breaking Bad, is here — and it’s really, really good. If you haven’t seen the first two episodes, which aired over the last two nights, we highly recommend you read our (mostly) spoiler-free take.
Alright. With that out of the way, what follows is a …Breaking Bad
After China's biggest drug bust was made last month, Tom Phillips visits the tiny village responsible for producing a third of the country's Methamphetamine supply
A smashed lock and a scuffed red doormat reading, “Stay safe!” adorn the entrance to the unusually opulent three-story villa.
It was here …
Creating a successful spinoff is never easy, and that must be particularly true for Vince Gilligan, who's tasked with following up the enormous success of Breaking Bad with a new series focused on one of its standout characters. We've seen bits and pieces of Better Call Saul over the past few months, …Bob Odenkirk
The best show on television is also a first-rate primer on business
THERE are obvious reasons for watching “Breaking Bad”: for once the Hollywood hype …Breaking Bad
Etsy shop Face of the Earth posted this intense Breaking Bad Terrarium featuring handmade sculptures depicting the opening sequence of the show.
ALBUQUERQUE — We are back here, back in the place where mayhem lurks just a few steps beyond the cul-de-sac in the vast expanse of desert. With a downtown that has some teeth punched out, hotels that house only ghosts and strip malls short on commerce, time is fungible here. Is it 2014 or 1974? And …Breaking Bad
Bob Odenkirk was born to play Saul Goodman in AMC's Breaking Bad, but in the upcoming prequel series Better Call Saul he's still James McGill. In the latest trailer, we get a closer look at just who James is: still every bit the venal, over-the-top character we knew and loved in the first series, but …Bob Odenkirk
Prepare to love this show even more than you already did.
1. The time Vince Gilligan tried his best to let us know what the reveal at the end of Season 2 would be.
The first, fourth, 10th and 13th episodes of Season 2 all have black and white teaser intros. When you combine the titles of these four …TV