Emmy prognostications are flying fast and furious, with Entertainment Weekly and the The Los Angeles Times both calling Breaking Bad the “dark horse” for the Best Drama Emmy.
• Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello thinks Breaking Bad (“coming off of its strongest season yet”) is the dark horse for the best drama Emmy.
• The Los Angeles Times calls Breaking Bad “the most satisfying drama series on the air last season,” also naming it their Best Drama dark horse candidate.
• HitFix.com‘s Alan Sepinwall says Breaking Bad, “put itself into the conversation for the all-time great TV dramas with its third [season].” He also believes Bryan Cranston was “just as great this year as his previous two Emmy-winning seasons,” while he calls Aaron Paul the “most deserving winner” for best supporting actor.
• USA Today has Aaron Paul’s Emmy diary, which includes a visit to a Denver bar where the owner was “‘freaking out’ about the sight of Jesse Pinkman standing in his bar.”Read More