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Topic - Breaking Bad
The new Broadway play "All the Way," about President Lyndon B. Johnson's first bumpy term in office, may seem like a serious, dusty affair suitable for high school field trips. Don't be fooled: Leave the little ones at home or risk having some kids come home with foul stories.
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.
If Aaron Paul gets his way, "Breaking Bad" fans can expect to see Jesse Pinkman calling on Saul Goodman - and perhaps calling him some names - in the spinoff series centered on a sleazy lawyer.
A suburban Chicago man accused of operating a methamphetamine lab appears in his booking photo wearing a T-shirt from the television show "Breaking Bad."
Television series' released by streaming sites such as Netflix have made binge-watching mainstream. Writers and experts debate whether watching multiple episodes of a show in one sitting is good for people's health.
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."
The return of "24" and lead character Jack Bauer to television screens in May is likely to revive a discussion of how appropriate it is for Christian pastors and speakers to reference pop culture in their messages.
Peoria native Helen Caldwell isn't fond of mistakes. In fact, it's her job to make sure they aren't made on camera.
When he was in middle school, Brandon J. Dirden was picked to read part of the "I Have a Dream" speech over the public address system in celebration of the Rev. Martin Luther King Day.
Creators of two of the most indelible dramas on network television last decade, "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives," are making programs for cable networks now, and they speak with the zeal of the happily converted.
Reality in the illegal drug world is mimicking fiction.
After a while it grew monotonous: a steady stream of Golden Globe winners declaring surprise.
Amy Poehler made out with Bono, Tina Fey mocked George Clooney's taste in women and Matt Damon emerged, bizarrely, as the night's recurring gag.
The Golden Globes are typically Hollywood's bawdiest awards show - "a wonderful mess," said co-host Tina Fey of this year's bash. But in the end, after all the boozy banter - some of it bleeped for broadcast - the 1970s corruption tale "American Hustle" got a very serious push toward Oscar glory, picking up three major awards.
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.