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VIDEO: 2015's Remakes, Sequels and Adaptations That Didn't Suck

Originally posted 12/28/2015 01:00PM

Talk about the state of show business long enough, and someone will come to the conclusion that there aren't enough original ideas – that too much of what's coming at us consists of sequels, remakes, reboots and other adaptations of existing material. This might be true. And it might also be true that a lot of this repurposed stuff might not actually be good so much as a blatant attempt to cash in on a recognized brand.

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You'll Never Guess the One Role Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston Has Always Dreamed of Playing!

You'll Never Guess the One Role Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston Has Always Dreamed of Playing!

Originally posted 11/05/2015 01:10AM

Bryan Cranston has portrayed an Albuquerque meth manufacturer, an unassuming father to a genius boy and, most recently, the infamously blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo.

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10 Years Later: Revisiting the Six Feet Under Finale, Plus More of TV's Most Unforgettable Goodbyes

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10 Years Later: Revisiting the Six Feet Under Finale, Plus More of TV's Most Unforgettable Goodbyes

Originally posted 08/21/2015 02:05PM

It's a sad but true fact of life that everything must eventually come to an end – and when it comes to TV shows, some of those endings are much more satisfying than others.

Ten years ago, Six Feet Under set the bar with one of the greatest series finales of recent years: "Everyone's Waiting." In honor of the show's decade-long reign as the standard to which all other finales should be held, we're looking back at some of the greatest finale episodes of all time.

You're going to want to make sure you have plenty of tissues handy (warning: spoilers ahead).

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Now You Can Own Jesse's House from Breaking Bad

Originally posted 07/29/2015 02:10PM

Do you have fond memories of the house Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman lived in on the show Breaking Bad? Like when he dissolved a corpse in acid in the bathtub, for example? Or when he had a drug-addled descent into depression and solitude via a series of never-ending parties with his meth-head cronies Badger and Skinny Pete?

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Agent Gomez, Reporting for Duty: Breaking Bad Star Announces He's Running for Office

Agent Gomez, Reporting for Duty: Breaking Bad Star Announces He's Running for Office

Originally posted 07/20/2015 06:30PM

Agent Gomez is getting into politics.

Breaking Bad star Steven Michael Quezada, best known for playing DEA agent Steven Gomez on the hit AMC show, told the Associated Press on Monday that he is throwing his hat into the ring for a county commissioner position in New Mexico.

The actor, 52, said he intends to run on the Democratic ticket for the Bernalillo County Commission seat. He will make a formal announcement Tuesday.

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Bryan Cranston Revives Walter White for Las Vegas Concert

Originally posted 06/22/2015 09:35PM

[YOUTUBE "I8_OgUwbJBM"] If only briefly, Walter White was back this Saturday – and looking pretty good, too, considering how we last saw him.

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Breaking Breaking Bad News: Fictional Restaurant Los Pollos Hermanos May Become Reality | Breaking Bad, Breaking Bad, Brian Cranston, Bryan Cranston

Breaking Breaking Bad News: Fictional Restaurant Los Pollos Hermanos May Become Reality

Originally posted 05/01/2015 03:10PM

Straight from Vince Gilligan himself

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Who Gave Jon Hamm Advice on Letting Go of Mad Men?

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Who Gave Jon Hamm Advice on Letting Go of Mad Men?

Originally posted 03/23/2015 12:25PM

Jon Hamm has already admitted he got teary while filming the final episode of Mad Men, so it's only natural the actor might hope to find comfort in the advice of someone who'd been through a similar experience.

Unfortunately for Hamm, a fellow AMC veteran gave crystal-clear advice that the path ahead could be rocky.

The actor, 44, reveals in the April issue of GQ (on newsstands March 31) that Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston was blunt with his advice: "It's hard, man. It's hard to let it go. It'll hit you a couple of different ways at different times."

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Breaking Bad's Tuco on His Surprise Better Call Saul Appearance

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Breaking Bad Alum Raymond Cruz on His Surprise Better Call Saul Appearance

Originally posted 02/16/2015 06:35PM

Breaking Bad fans who tuned in to the premiere of Better Call Saul last week were rewarded for their loyalty to showrunner Vince Gillian and company.

In the last few seconds of the first episode, Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) made a jaw-dropping appearance.

In the next episode, "Mijo," we saw a kinder, gentler Tuco ... that is, one still prone to delivering vicious beatings and threats of murder, but still one willing to listen to reason. Pre-blue meth Tuco was practically a cuddly teddy bear in contrast to the man we saw in Breaking Bad, who killed his comrade for speaking out of turn.

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