[VIDEO] Walter White Returns: Bryan Cranston Super Bowl Commercial

Breaking Bad” may be over, but Bryan Cranston reprised his meth-making character in a Super Bowl ad for Esurance.

Fans of the AMC drama were quick to recognize Cranston speak one of Walter White’s famous lines — “say my name” — as he served a confused customer at a pharmacy…(read more)

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Addict Alert: ‘Breaking Bad’ Final Episodes Hit Netflix on Feb. 24

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Todd Spangler  reports:  Netflix subscribers in the U.S. will get access to the last eight episodes of “Breaking Bad” on Feb. 24, the company said.

The last half of season 5 of the Emmy-winning drama finished its run last fall on AMC. Series, which stars Bryan Cranston as a New Mexico teacher turned crystal-meth overlord, is produced by Sony Pictures Television.

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AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Marathon: Your Survival Guide

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Help! I’m trapped watching AMC’s Breaking Bad Marathon. I forgot how addictive it is. From EW.com, here’s a Breaking Bad survival guide, in case you’re similarly afflicted.

  writes:  Sure, DVDs and Netflix have sort of ruined the fun of a good, old-fashioned scheduled TV marathon. (They’re not exactly special when you have the power to make them happen any time.) But it’s still hard not to get excited about AMC showing all 62 episodes of Breaking Bad over the course of four days — even if the network totally missed the opportunity to call this marathon “Four Days In.”

Never seen an episode of Breaking Bad? You’re gonna want to watch this. Devoured every episode of Breaking Bad multiple times already? You’re still gonna want to watch it, or at least part of it. But when should you pay close attention, when should you keep one eye on the TV and another on your laundry — and when should you order the chicken? Worry not; EW’s got you covered. (All times are ET/PT)

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