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Breaking Bad No. 2 on Screen Junkies All-Time List, Cranston Talks Season 4 With EW

This week Screen Junkies honors Breaking Bad with the No. 2 spot on its ranking of the best dramas of all time, while Bryan Cranston gives a Season 4 tidbit to Entertainment Weekly.

Screen Junkies ranks Breaking Bad at No. 2 in its list of the 10 best drama series of all time (No. 1 is The Sopranos), remarking, “It’s really about good people doing bad things, all across the board.”

Entertainment Weekly has Season 4 scoop straight from Bryan Cranston: “…in the first episode of the season, there is a very unexpected turn of events, and one of our characters who has been on the show several times finds a possible demise.”

In a Wall Street Journal Q&A with Samuel L. Jackson, the actor says he loves Breaking Bad.

LatinoReview.com has a trailer for Bryan Cranston’s upcoming The Lincoln Lawyer, due in theaters March 18.

Michigan’s Bay City Times interviews Betsy Brandt, who says of Marie, “I felt pretty comfortable with creator Vince Gilligan, that I could make some bold choices with my character and he wouldn’t let her be just one note.”

The Los Angeles Times profiles Spooge’s woman, AKA Dale Dickey, who’s getting kudos for her role in the Oscar-nominated Winter’s Bone. She feigns mock horror that she gets recognized for Breaking Bad: “I’m like, ‘Really? After three hours of meth makeup?”

EW reports that Krysten Ritter (Jane) has been cast as an “out of control NYC party girl” in an ABC pilot, Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23.

The Los Angeles Times’ Brand X features Bob Odenkirk and his wife in an article on Los Angeles’ hottest heavyweight couples.

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