"Better Call Saul" stars Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn and co-creator Peter Gould broke down the series finale and revealed things could have been different.
Peter Gould spoke to Newsweek about ending "Better Call Saul" and how, while there are no plans, he'd love to return to the "Breaking Bad" franchise one day.
"Better Call Saul" brought an end not only to Saul Goodman's story, but also the "Breaking Bad" franchise, revealing what became of the lawyer.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul made their long-awaited cameo in "Better Call Saul," reprising their "Breaking Bad" roles of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
Peter Gould spoke to Newsweek about Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul's return in "Better Call Saul" Season 6 Part 2, and how the second half will have "fireworks."
"Your Honor" star Bryan Cranston has revealed the hit Showtime show will not return after Season 2.
Larry Wilmore and Annette Bening told Newsweek why "Jerry & Marge Go Large," now on Paramount+, isn't your normal Hollywood movie.
Cranston and Bening spoke to Newsweek about their upcoming Paramount+ movie "Jerry & Marge Go Large" and reveal what was changed from the real life story.
Tony Dalton's villainous Lalo Salamanca has quickly become one of the best characters to appear in the "Better Call Saul" and "Breaking Bad" universes.
Tony Dalton spoke to Newsweek about "Better Call Saul" Season 6 Part 1's finale, and the Lalo Salamanca star said he couldn't believe how the show is left off.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are confirmed to be returning to the roles of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in "Better Call Saul."
Mando spoke to Newsweek about working with Vince Gilligan on the intense fight between Nacho Varga and The Cousins in "Better Call Saul" Season 6.
"Better Call Saul" returns for its sixth and final season on Monday, April 18 and the show's fifth season raised a lot of questions that we need answered.
"Breaking Bad" characters Walter White and Jesse Pinkman are notorious for cooking up crystal meth, but the actors who played them prefer to make cocktails for bar guests.
The actor talks to Newsweek about 'Westworld', his friendship with Bryan Cranston and narrating Audible Original, 'The Coldest Case.'
The movie band known as the Wonders will do a live stream for COVID-19 relief fundraising.
$1.2 million dollars has been raised for a poker tournament benefitting Feeding America and featuring a huge roster of celebrities. Here's how to watch.
Warning: Major spoilers ahead if you haven't watched "El Camino" yet.
"El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" had an ending that brought Jesse Pinkman's story to an end while flashing back to "Breaking Bad." Here's what happened at the end of "El Camino" on Netflix.
Todd W. Barrick Jr., who bears an uncanny similarity to the TV antihero, is wanted for violating his parole from earlier methamphetamine possession charges.
Tony Goldwyn, star of stage, screen and television, stars on stage screen and television in the play 'Network' at the Belasco Theatre.
Cranston wants to prevent Donald Trump from "Breaking Bad" in the White House.