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Things You Need To Know About Day 4 Of Comic-Com 2013

Supernatural Gets Its Own Spin-Off

Yes, there’ll be more from the popular CW drama. Supernatural‘s executive Bob Singer has confirmed that a spin-off is currently in the words. Find out which character will be leading that project up on TVLine.

Breaking Bad Bids Farewell

The AMC drama will be airing the last episodes of its final season this fall and the cast took to Comic-Con 2013 to show new footage from its big goodbye. Get the scoop on Sunday’s panel – and the first few minutes of the first of the finale eight episodes – on Entertainment Weekly.

New Episode Of It’s Always Sunny Premieres

The gang from FX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia aired one of the episodes from the upcoming season. See what it’s all about on Zap2It.

Dan Harmon Apologizes For Bashing His Replacements

Community‘s reinstated showrunner swallowed his pride at Comic-Con and apologized to making rude comments about Season 4 – the one season he was not involved in – and writing a scathing review. See how Harmon plans to make up his absence on TVGuide.

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‘Breaking Bad’ Stars Reveal The Back Stories & Secrets Of Their Characters

As Breaking Bad ends its run, the stars of the series met the Television Critics Association one last time. Of course, they would not reveal what happens in the series finale, but the cast did reflect on aspects of their characters they’d explored as well as things that didn’t quite make it onto the small screen.

The cast of Breaking Bad

“I actually have some thoughts about Saul but I’ve never run them by [series creator] Vince [Gilligan],” Bob Odenkirk said. “I’ll tell you one thing, I think he’s from Chicago. I’m from outside of Chicago. A lot of Chicagoans love to go to the southwest, get out of the weather. They perceive everyone to the west of Chicago as being easy to manipulate. You can sell granola to those people! They eat raisins and crap that grows on trees! That’s the Chicago I know. That’s why he would be attracted to that part of the country. There’s so much manipulation that goes on, the government of Chicago is all backstage deals so it’s in the blood there.”

R.J. Mitte, who plays Walt Jr., has cerebral palsy in real life. Though the details weren’t portrayed on the show, he incorporated them into his character. “People don’t realize, when you have a disability that actually affects your muscle that you go through binding, and the binding process is not very pleasant,” Mitte said. “That’s not just a daily process. That’s a nightly process. So when I was creating Walt, Jr., I was thinking about everything that I went through with casting and binding and leg immobilizers and everything with that. So that was a big, big basis for Walt, Jr.”

Playing siblings Skyler and Marie, Anna Gunn and Betsy Brandt had some secrets about their character’s childhoods. “[We] would talk, ‘What the F are their parents like?'” Brandt shared. “What happened? Which was fun for us to talk about in hair and makeup.”

Gunn elaborated, “I always felt that and we always felt that these two did not have a happy childhood and so they had to stick together no matter what, and I always felt that Skyler in some way had to be the sort of mother figure. So my feeling about that was that Skyler learned to take care of things and deal with problems and just put her head down and get through things. She learned how to do that at a very young age. And that was sort of very, very important part of her character, and she learned that at a young age, dealing with whatever situation they had at home.”

Walter White’s cohort Jesse had parental issues as well. “Jesse was just in a constant search for some guidance in his life, and even though he maybe didn’t want to admit it, he was searching for maybe like a father figure in a way,” Aaron Paul said. “I think he found that in Walt because his parents kind of gave up on him years ago. So that comes with him wanting to kind of protect kids in a way. There’s episodes where we all know that he has this fondness for children. So I think he wants to protect those children because he just never really got that or at least he didn’t feel that he had that protection from his parents.”

Bryan Cranston concluded the session with a hilarious fake backstory for Walter White. “The turning point for Walter White was July 4, 1978, Coney Island, New York when he actually entered the Nathan’s Hot Dog eating contest and consumed 38 and a half hot dogs and was seriously considering going into the professional eating circuit as opposed to being a chemist,” Cranston deadpanned.

The final episodes of Breaking Bad begin airing August 11.

Photo Credits: AMC

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These Celebrities, Including Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, Have ‘Breaking Bad’ Finale Fever

Can’t quite express your excitement sadness over Breaking Bad‘s series finale in words?

Let these famous people do it for you. In 140 characters or less.

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, lead the way.

Well, this is it. The last episode ever of Breaking Bad. Thank you for sharing this ride with me. Without you we never would have lasted.

– Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) September 29, 2013

Let’s do this bitch!!! Get ready everyone for some madness.

– Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) September 29, 2013

The winners of the Omaze raffle and I cleaning Bryan Cranston’s star. Thanks for the years my friend. pic.twitter.com/o3x2ATVlhH

– Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) September 29, 2013

To all of you that are followers THANKS! It ends tonight, But as actors we will all continue in other projects, please continue your support

– RJ Mitte (@RjMitte) September 29, 2013

I gotta go spend a day in the sky and by the time I land the #BreakingBad finale will have aired, so I’m on a tweet break til Tuesday. Bye.

– Simon Pegg (@simonpegg) September 29, 2013

In light of tonight’s finale… It’s my #breakingbad handmade charm bracelet. 🙂 #bestshowever! pic.twitter.com/J2zbL1QImc

– Ricki Lake (@RickiLake) September 29, 2013

Full day of football capped off with a tearful goodbye to Breaking Bad tonight. Will Walt die?

– Sean Lowe (@SeanLowe09) September 29, 2013

America! To come down after the Breaking Bad finale, why not watch #Derek on @netflix @aaronpaul_8 @BryanCranston

– Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) September 29, 2013

Hey guys what do we do with the empty holes inside ourselves after Breaking Bad is over jk lol jk lol jk loljkkolojjklj

– Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) September 29, 2013

Feel bad for Low Winter Sun having to follow Breaking Bad. Like having an amazing filet mignon and then following it with Low Winter Sun.

– Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) September 29, 2013

Let’s not get too worked up about tonight. Let them surprise us. It’s worked everytime so far & we haven’t been disappointed. #BreakingBad

– Colin Hanks (@ColinHanks) September 29, 2013

People, there’s a REAL television SITUATION happening tonight. pic.twitter.com/fdPbyjMkLf

– Busy Philipps (@Busyphilipps25) September 29, 2013

1:30p~ Sunday, September 29~ 2013.. And, we wait. #BreakingBad #SeriesFinale #countdown

– Eliza Dushku (@elizadushku) September 29, 2013

Breaking Bad, Homeland, Eastbound and Down. Has a better night of TV ever existed?

– Zach Braff (@zachbraff) September 29, 2013

[Lead image courtesy of Twitter/WENN]

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