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Bryan Cranston in Newsweek

Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston was featured in Newsweek’s “Who’s Next 2008” television feature, part of a series of articles focused on such far-flung topics as education, politics, film, and TV.  AMC is called “the next powerhouse for cutting edge programming.” Regarding Breaking Bad, the article goes on to say,

If you flip past [AMC] and see a man wearing just white briefs and a gas mask barreling through the desert in a Winnebago, no, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, and no, that’s not a deleted scene from “The Graduate.”
         

It’s “Breaking Bad,” AMC’s new original series premiering in January. If the show’s premise– a high-school chemistry teacher starts dealing crystal meth–sounds odd for the channel that once specialized in Cary Grant retrospectives, well, that’s the whole point.

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