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EW and LA Times Point to Breaking Bad in Best Drama Predictions

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.‘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.”

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