Vince Gilligan "desperately wants" Walt and Jesse to show up on Better Call Saul

There are a lot of questions hanging over Better Call Saul—if we’re being honest, it’s the kind of show where “questions hanging” is a big part of the appeal—but one of the most lingering has been that of when it’ll finally, fully collide with its parent series, Breaking Bad, and its meth-cooking “heroes,” Jesse…

Jesse's not the only character Vince Gilligan thought about killing in Breaking Bad's first season

Esquire has published an oral history of the meth-fueled action drama Breaking Bad for the show’s 10th anniversary and, yes, Aaron Paul is on hand to discuss what it’s like to get called “bitch” everyday. “I have been called ‘bitch’ more than anyone on the planet,” he says, “and that is very exciting.”

Tapes, trackers, and approaching storms on Better Call Saul’s season premiere

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I love procedurals. Police procedurals, sure—Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct books are my favorites. But really any kind of stepwise, methodical portrayal of how something gets done. How It’s Made. Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie. Journalistic “tick-tocks.” Rube Goldberg comics. Song Exploder. This video about Wilson…

Breaking down this week’s brilliant, beautiful Better Call Saul montage

This installment of Polite Fight tackles “Rebecca,” which might be Better Call Saul’s best episode so far. Kim Wexler steals the episode, and most of Gus and John’s discussion focuses on her, with an in-depth look at her show-stopping montage and the meaning we drew from the (literal) signs we saw in the sequence’s…

Here’s a Jonathan Banks-y sneak peek at MythBusters’ new Breaking Bad episode

Even if the pair’s definition of the word “myth” has drifted a bit over the course of a dozen years on the air, MythBustersJamie Hyneman and Adam Savage haven’t lost their sense of spectacle. Although the Discovery Channel show now centers less on urban legends or rumors, and more on replicating things that happened…

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