This week on The Collision, we are joined by our TV Editor, Allison Keene, to talk about Breaking Bad. In our spoiler-filled discussion, we dissect the series finale “Felina”, address criticisms of the finale, what we got out of it, why the show as a whole connected with audiences, the show’s greatest strengths and weaknesses, the series’ lasting impact, and much more. As always, we finish up with our recommendations.
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Adam’s Recommendation: The Sopranos
Allison’s Recommendation: Damages
Matt’s Recommendation: The Shield
Here's our first look at Noah's "new and sexy" version of 'The Daily Show'.
Examples: "my name is my name!" and "the king stay the king."
"Football has a way of making a man feel invincible."
The show returns to AMC on Sunday, May 31st at 10pm.
Eight strangers, picked to live in a house, to find out what happens when things stop being polite, and start being real: 'Sense8.' Wait …
It's mere seconds of footage, but it's better than nothing.
Perhaps binge-watching is not the way of the future after all, or perhaps it's just not meant for every series; Jenji Kohan, Matthew Weiner, and more weigh in.
The HBO series succeeds thanks to dramatic tension gained from fascinating character pairings, but Season 5 has whiffed just about every pair it's put together.
Shots of Kim Dickens and Cliff Curtis on set included, as well as the fantastically bearded Robert Kirkman.
Chances of him going all Malcolm Tucker on a vacationing customer service representative dressed as the Heath-Ledger Joker are frankly a mortal lock.