Don't pull a Rick Grimes on us.
When the news dropped about two weeks ago that a Breaking Bad movie was on the horizon (it was Election Night, you’re forgiven if you missed it), there wasn’t any definite answer as to how this film would connect to the larger Breaking Bad universe. The only reported plot details are that the film centers […]Read More
Rumors Abound That We’re Getting a Breaking Bad Movie Because Original Content Is Dead And We Killed It
The AMC Expanded Universe is already worse than the Dark Universe.
Thus begins the AMC cinematic universe.Read More
We've got ones we love, and ones we love to hate.
Oh, the series finale—the bane of all television fandoms, as it means that the story you love is coming to a close.Read More
James Corden, Alan Cumming, Jesse Tyler Ferguson Perform Inappropriate Musicals About Stranger Things & More TV Faves
We're living in a time when just about anything can be turned into a musical, and many shows try to have a "musical episode." Well, it seems the folks at The Late, Late Show with James Corden want to help the creators of Stranger Things and Game of Thrones along. They even pay homage to Breaking Bad! Join Corden, along with guests Alan Cumming and Jesse Tyler Ferguson as they perform Inappropriate Musicals based on your favorite shows.Read More
In this video after the jump, you'll get the feels from several shows at once, as it shows you the first frame and last frame of some popular TV shows. *NOTE: I hadn't ever watched several of these shows, but didn't consider the images spoilers. Be that as it may, use your own judgement. Read no further if you don't want descriptions of the endings of Mad Men, Lost, or Breaking Bad*Read More
In today’s level of media saturation, the lines between politics and pop culture grow ever blurrier.Read More
The Women's Media Center has studied ten years of Emmy Awards history in order to compile an accurate gender breakdown of the nominees and winners, and although the gender gap among entrants has closed somewhat in the past decade, the findings show how much further we have to go.Read More
Female villains forever.
Perhaps no cultural phenomenon has generated more thinkpieces than the modern television antihero. Some of these have focused on the trend itself, and its roots in classical literature, while others have used individual milestones of the genre through the years as their jumping-off point, with Tony Soprano, Walter White & Don Draper as its primary avatars. One recurring theme in analysis of the genre has been the overwhelming whiteness and maleness of the character, and the implications thereof.Read More
STOP WASTING PIZZA.
Throwing pizza on someone else's roof is bad. 1. Those people don't want to have to clean your pizza off of their roof. It is not a trash can. 2. You are WASTING PIZZA. 3. You should probably stop killing people and dealing drugs.Read More
"Less than twelve parsecs, bitch!"
The other day we posted a somewhat surprising rumor—that Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul was up for the role of a young Han Solo in one of the standalone Star Wars films on the way. While actors don't often confirm or deny things like this until they're set in stone, Paul did feel compelled enough to say something about it.Read More
Who's scruffy lookin'?
Don't count all your womp rats before they're bagged, Han. It's only a rumor!Read More
No, Google, I asked for "2015 Hot Buns Calendar."
This is the cutest 2015 cosplay calendar and I dare you to prove me wrong. Seriously, try, that sounds like a win-win situation to me.Read More
Do not even lie to me for one second, you watched Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and you loved it. It was '90s television feminism: historical fiction, first woman doctor in the West, super-hot Native American boyfriend played by a definitively white dude... okay, so it wasn't perfect. But you're going to love seeing the cast reunited in this Funny or Die parody.Read More
Breaking news: according to The Hollywood Reporter, Game of Thrones alum Michelle MacLaren has officially signed on to helm Wonder Woman.Read More
Take this with a considerable grain of salt, of course, but if Variety's sources are correct, the director of the standalone Wonder Woman movie may have also logged a little time in Westeros.Read More
You may have heard the story of a mother who petitioned for Toys "R" Us to remove Breaking Bad action figures from their shelves. Well, Mr. Pinkman had a few words in response.Read More
Better call Saul!
AMC's recent trend of splitting up the seasons of their shows into two distinct sections has its fair share of detractors (like those of us who would just like to recap all the dumb zombie shenanigans in one go... cough). But surprisingly it's Apple, who packaged the two halves into separate season passes on iTunes and are now facing lawsuits from customers, who's feeling the burn this time around. It's okay, guys, I know a good lawyer for this.Read More
Emmys are afoot.
We'll have more to share with you regarding last night's Emmys later on in the day—like the winners of our version of the Emmys, Billy Crystal's tribute to Robin Williams, and what went down with Weird Al Yankovic and George R.R. Martin. But for now: The winners.Read More
I will take what is mine with cookies and juice boxes.
The 2014 Emmys take place this Monday (yeah, not Sunday—I know, it's weird), and to celebrate, Mom.me has put together this video of children acting out imagined scenes from the six Outstanding Drama Series nominees. If you're worried about what Game of Thrones scene would even be appropriate for children to reenact, don't worry, they went creative with it and came up with the best possible solution.Read More
First the radio star...now us?
Guys, I have some bad news. Are you ready? You might want to sit down, I'm not sure your ticker can handle the shock: according to a majorly depressing new study, our bodies are so profoundly impacted by TV-viewing that watching more than one hour a day is highly likely to have serious health consequences. Better hope there's no buffering in the afterlife.Read More