Walt Is A One-Man Wrecking Crew In 'Breaking Bad' Season Four Trailer

'Breaking Bad" has a season four trailer. Which means it has a season four. Which is awesome. Breaking Bad" has a season four trailer. Which means it has a season four. Which is awesome. Remember Walter White walking around the desert in his tighty-brighties back in the pilot episode? Yeah, well erase that image from your memory or this newly-evolved Walter White will f$%^ing kill you. All while wearing a stylish hat. Which means Skyler had better be careful next time she feels the urge to get up his ass. The new season premieres July 17th on AMC. Finally.

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Your Jones Is Almost Over; ‘Breaking Bad’ Returns July 17th

This show is so good. I get the shakes when it is not on the air. [post-album postid="26179" item="1"] Summer is upon us, which means that good shows are returning. For instance, breaking-bad-wont-return-until-july-2011/" target="_blank""Breaking Bad" is finally back from break to blow all our minds once again. Last time we saw Walt and Jesse, one had a gun to his head and the other a gun in his hand. After hanging off the cliff for nearly a year, the show we've all been fiending for will return to AMC on July 17th. Check out the trailer AMC put together for season four. Though it doesn't give away any of the upcoming plotlines, it does remind us just how badass this show truly is, and all that meth really puts me in the mood for some rock candy. (Deadline)


Walter White's Science Is Tight

Meet the chemistry advisor who keeps 'Breaking Bad' scientifically accurate. One of my favorite aspects to Breaking Bad is the fact that Walt and Jesse often use science to get our of scrapes. Got a dead body? Melt it with acid. Some guy being a jerk? Blow up half his body with a bomb hooked up to a bell. Gotta break into a vault? Magnets, bitch. But how scientifically-accurate is the show? Turns out very. Or just enough without teaching viewers how to actually cook meth. That's all thanks to the production's decision to hire University of Oklahoma chemistry profe3ssor Donna Nelson as the show's chemistry advisor. Check out the above video to see how much this incredible show just nails it.


Get Up To Speed With Extended 'Breaking Bad' Trailer

Walt gets dangerous in this extended look at the new season. Our editor has been rubbing it in our handsome faces that he's got his hands on advanced screeners of the new season of Breaking Bad which he has no intention of sharing with us. That's why Penn and I have been discussing going at him Cartel style. But our suits are at the cleaners. Oh well. Guess we'll just have to watch this extended Breaking Bad trailer until the fourth season premieres July 17th on AMC.


Meet Walter Blanco, The Star Of Spanish 'Breaking Bad' Remake, 'Metastasis'

We swear this is real. Did you enjoy Breaking Bad but found that it was a little too well-produced and not Spanish? Well then, hombre, you just scored. Metastasis stars Walter Blanco, a high school chemistry teacher driven to crime after he's diagnosed with Spanish cancer. It's everything you loved about Breaking Bad if it were filmed for a dollar. I can't wait to see how they handle the mid-air collision. It stands to reason that their version of Episode 310 "The Fly" will be called "The Spanish Fly."


'Breaking Bad' Featurette Will Remind You Why You Love 'Breaking Bad'

It's almost here! It's almost here! AMC just released a fun little featurette that manages to have somehow raise my anticipation for Breaking Bad season 4 without divulging a single plot point. The various characters discuss the themes of the season, which seem to simply be amplifications of the themes of every season: Jesse's in a dark, sad place; Walt becomes almost 100% criminal, Skyler develops a taste for the lifestyle. Essentially, all this featurette really does is remind us of two things: all the different trajectories that were established over the first 3 seasons, and how well Breaking Bad tells those stories. It doesn't take much to get fans of the show excited for the new season. How do I know? Because these featurette gives us virtually nothing but a great reminder, and I'm excited.


Jane Seymour Gets The Walter White Treatment In 'Dr. Quinn: Morphine Woman' Parody

THIS, I would watch. It's been over a year, but I don't think anyone's ready to say goodbye to Breaking Bad. The show was too good, and the premise was too rich. Fortunately, the Internet gives us a lot to hang on to, this time via Funny or Die. The comedy site has decided that Dr. Quinn could have taken a turn for evil at some point, getting the locals all loaded up on milk of the poppy and running around being all Dr. Quinn-y. (Note: I am wildly unfamiliar with Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman.) So take a look and see what the more likely course of events was. (Variety)


Honest Trailers: 'Breaking Bad'

Oh yes. We went there. This trailer required a lot of honesty, because Breaking Bad isn't delivered in a nice little 90-minute package like most of the fanboy movies we send up. Consequently, we've got almost a five-minute runtime for this little number, but it's impossible to overdo the analysis for Breaking Bad (no it isn't), so runtime isn't really a factor. Anyway, our glass-is-half-empty outlook really pays off in spades when we need to get REALLY critical of the best show in the history of the medium (arguably). But we can all agree that some breasts wouldn't hurt the show. We can agree on that, right?