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  1. AMC Offers Dish Subscribers Live Stream for 'Breaking Bad' Premiere

    10:41 am 7/12/2012

    Despite the legal battle, AMC is allowing subscribers access to a season five premiere live stream on Sunday, July 15. Read more

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  2. 'Breaking Bad's' Bryan Cranston Stars in Marriage Equality Promo

    9:44 am 7/12/2012

    Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is showing his support for same-sex marriages in a new video for the Human Rights Campaign's Americans for Marriage Equality initiative.Read more

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  3. 'Breaking Bad's' Bryan Cranston Stars in Marriage Equality Promo (Exclusive Video)

    7:30 am 7/12/2012

    The actor shows his support for same-sex marriage in a new clip for a Human Rights Campaign initiative.Read more

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  4. 'Breaking Bad' Goes for Broke, and Brilliance, in Fifth Season: TV Review

    5:38 pm 7/11/2012

    Will this end up the best drama series ever?Read more

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  5. 'Breaking Bad' Season 5 Secrets: 'It's a Bloodbath … Not Going to End Pretty'

    9:00 am 7/11/2012

    The cast give hints at what's in store starting July 15; Bryan Cranston warns, “You will s---, uncontrollably, watching this new season.” Read more

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  6. Bleak, Brutal, Brilliant 'Breaking Bad': Inside the Smash Hit That Almost Never Got Made

    9:00 am 7/11/2012

    In the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the cast and crew of TV's darkest and most addictive drama reveal all about the show's unlikely road to the small screen (HBO wouldn't even "grace them with a no"), the fight to cast Walter White (AMC wanted Matthew Broderick or John Cusack) and the upcoming "bloodbath" of a series finale.Read more

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  7. Bryan Cranston Jokes About Anna Gunn's Anatomy (Video)

    12:24 pm 7/10/2012

    Plus, other moments from behind-the-scenes of the cover shoot for Breaking Bad Read more

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  8. TV Critics Talk Emmys, Snubs, Surprises and 'Smash' Threat

    10:53 am 7/6/2012

    Six critics (including THR's Tim Goodman) riff on what could happen and what should never happen as Emmy nominations approach.Read more

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