Hasbro, Mezco, Gentle Giant and Hollywood Collectibles unveiled a plethora of July's Comic-Con International in San Diego exclusives, including Star Wars busts, Deadpool figures & Transformers/G.I. Joe hybrids!
AMC heralds the final episodes of its acclaimed drama Breaking Bad with a new TV spot and poster. The series, which stars Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, returns Aug. 11.
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan compares Bob Odenkirk's con man lawyer to Bryan Cranston's Heisenberg in a new interview that addresses details of the potential spinoff series.
While "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman has teased his Image Comics series could run 300 issues, AMC's Josh Sapan recently said he hopes the smash-hit TV series shares similar longevity.
Amid a flurry of programming announcements, AMC revealed the premiered date for the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad, and confirmed the addition of a companion talk show called Talking Bad.
A Breaking Bad spinoff is being conceived that could follow the adventures of Bob Odenkirk's fan-favorite character Saul Goodman.
Police have arrested a 29-year-old man suspected of breaking into the car of Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and stealing a bag that contained, among other items, one of final scripts for the hit AMC drama.
Star Bryan Cranston teases the end of AMC's Breaking Bad in a new featurette, promising, "It's a roller coaster ride to hell."
"We’re not gonna please everyone, we’re not gonna please everyone ... This is what I keep telling myself so I can sleep at night," creator Vince Gilligan says of Breaking Bad's finale.
After more than six decades, the Emmy Awards proved that it's still capable of surprises, with Homeland winning outstanding drama, toppling Mad Men, which set a record for biggest shutout by losing in all 17 categories in which it was nominated.
Breaking Bad co-star Betsy Brandt talks with Spinoff Online about the final two episodes of the season, the potential of a feature film and who would direct it, and how Marie has changed over the course of the acclaimed AMC drama.
When you think about this season of Breaking Bad, one thought springs to mind that isn't entirely spoilerish: Who would have thought that Jesse Plemons would have been the one Friday Nights Lights actor to get it right in the show's aftermath?