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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Breaking Bad
The fantasy saga "Game of Thrones," defying the Emmy Awards' grudging respect for genre fare, emerged as the leader in the nominations announced Thursday with 19 bids, including best drama series.
The Albuquerque car wash made famous in the hit TV series "Breaking Bad" has been sold.
Bryan Cranston says he's excited to be part of "Godzilla 2014" but almost turned down the role because he was still working on "Breaking Bad" and thought he had to follow with "something serious."
A "Breaking Bad" spinoff on Walter White's shady attorney, "Better Call Saul," will be filmed in Albuquerque, the New Mexico Film Office announced Wednesday.
Walter White's lawyer is calling on Albuquerque residents.
The brash animated series "The Boondocks" returns to Adult Swim for its fourth and final season without Aaron McGruder, the man who spawned it, but with its brashness intact.
Bryan Cranston is going to share some "secrets and lies."
"Need for Speed" has many flaws, but its biggest shortcoming is that it doesn't know when to stop. Literally. This is a car chase movie that lasts 130 minutes, and really shouldn't go over 90.
Bryan Cranston doesn't need to chase paychecks anymore. His salary for "Breaking Bad" wasn't exactly at drug kingpin levels, but he's secure.
More Albuquerque leaders want to stop the reality show "COPS" from being filmed around the city, and say the series is worse for Albuquerque's image than "Breaking Bad."
Peoria native Helen Caldwell isn't fond of mistakes. In fact, it's her job to make sure they aren't made on camera.
Reality in the illegal drug world is mimicking fiction.
After a while it grew monotonous: a steady stream of Golden Globe winners declaring surprise.
The Golden Globes offered a fond farewell to AMC's epic tale of meth kingpin Walter White on Sunday, honoring it as television's best drama and giving Bryan Cranston the top acting award.
Walter White's lawyer is returning to Albuquerque.