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The Emmys are coming up next Monday, August 25th, but it looks like Emmy nominees Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul might be getting their hands on a golden statuette a little early in this new video. Cranston and Paul star as Buzz and Randy Jackson, who deal in “the unique, the unusual and the barely legal” at the Barely Legal Pawn Shop. When Julia Louis-Dreyfus walks in to pawn off her Supporting Actress Emmy, she gets more than she bargained for trying to convince our favorite former meth cooks how valuable it is.
Always kept in the dark about his father’s nefarious line of work, Breaking Bad‘s Walter White Jr. was often the show’s only bright spot. AMC asked actor RJ Mitte to look back on his most meaningful Walt Jr. moments. Find out what makes these scenes memorable for the actor and watch clips of the scenes themselves below. Then tune in to the Breaking Bad Binge every Sunday starting at 5/4c to see the full episodes.
Walt Defends Walt Jr. - Season 1, Episode 1, “Pilot“
“It was exciting because it was my first show right out of the gate and I was given this powerful scene that I got to work with Bryan and Anna on. Not only that, we did some improv on that scene. It was a lot of fun, and it was all so new.”
Although he flunked Mr. White’s chemistry class, Breaking Bad‘s Jesse Pinkman proved himself as good a meth cook as Walt — and sometimes a better man. AMC asked actor Aaron Paul to look back on his most memorable Jesse moments. Find out what makes these scenes special to Paul, watch clips of the moments themselves, then tune in to the Breaking Bad Binge on Sunday nights at 5/4c to see the full episodes.
Walt’s Proposal to Jesse - Season 1, Episode 1, “Pilot”
Airs During Breaking Bad Binge: Sunday, August 10 at 5/4c
I love this scene because this is where the true journey begins for Mr. White and Jesse Pinkman. This is the decision that changes both of their lives forever.
Last Sunday night saw not only the season premiere of Breaking Bad‘s final episodes, but also the series premiere of Talking Bad — the live Breaking Bad after show hosted by Chris Hardwick. For those who missed the after show or need more, AMC.com is now offering an all-new 15-minute bonus segment alongside video from the episode itself. Check it out now.
Don’t miss the next episode of Talking Bad on Sun., Aug. 18 at 11/10c on AMC.
Breaking Bad is back and Sunday’s Premiere of the Final 8 Episodes set the stage for an epic showdown between Walt and Hank. If you missed the show, AMC.com is now streaming the full episode for free. This is a one-time-only event and will not be happening with future episodes in the series. Watch it for the first time. Watch it again. Just do so quickly.
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Don’t miss an all-new episode of Breaking Bad this Sunday at 9/8c on AMC.
Last year’s Breaking Bad finale ended with a triumphant Walt retiring from the drug business, and his DEA brother-in-law making an astounding revelation. In this all-new video, the Breaking Bad cast and creator Vince Gilligan review where Season 5 left off for each of the characters and what it portends for the final eight episodes.
Breaking Bad returns next Sun., Aug. 11 at 9/8c followed by AMC’s new original series Low Winter Sun at 10/9c.
Last night, Tue., Jul. 30, the Breaking Bad cast and creator/executive producer Vince Gilligan sat down with the New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff to talk about the final episodes. If you couldn’t make the event, you can now watch the Breaking Bad panel discussion online.
Breaking Bad returns Sun., Aug. 11 at 9/8c followed by AMC’s new original series Low Winter Sun at 10/9c.
If you weren’t one of the lucky few who saw the premiere of the Breaking Bad Countdown Mashup Trailer at Comic-Con in San Diego, your luck may well be changing: AMC.com hereby presents the official video, which covers the events of the first four-and-a-half seasons in just two-and-a-half minutes. Watch it now, watch it later, watch it whenever you need and as often as you like.
Breaking Bad returns on Sunday nights beginning on Sun., Aug. 11 at 9/8c followed by AMC’s new original series Low Winter Sun at 10/9c.
How does a public school teacher become public enemy number one? Fans of Breaking Bad have witnessed over the past four-and-a-half seasons as Walter White transformed from mild-mannered chemistry teacher to drug kingpin. With the final episodes a mere month away, AMC.com now invites you to relive Walt’s journey with 30 recap videos, released daily now through Breaking Bad‘s premiere. Check out the first three clips now, showcasing Walt’s earliest moments of breaking bad, then come back the next day to see the next step in his path toward Heisenberg.
Breaking Bad returns on Sunday nights beginning Sun., Aug. 11 at 9/8c followed by AMC’s new original series Low Winter Sun at 10/9c.