Basket of News, Nov. 23-28, 2013

 Posted by on November 29, 2013 at 2:24 pm  Media-Web-News  Add comments
Nov 292013
 

Happy Leftovers, everybody!

This year’s Great American Smokeout may be past, but Mad Men Without Cigarettes is timeless.

The Walking Dead showrunner Scott Gimpel talks with THR about the parallels between Rick and the Governor and teases what’s to come during the midseason finale.

Lauren Cohan reveals the secret for dispatching large numbers of zombies in the most efficient manner.

David Morrissey talks to The A.V. Club about keeping his secret, what the Governor’s recent escapades mean for the character, and the strange thrill of being booed by a crowd of thousands.

Norman Reedus talked to The View about his various hospital visits. He also talked to CNN about Merle, Carol, and more.

Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is GQ’s Kingpin of the Year. And he speculates about a character’s fate.

Bryan Cranston thinks Breaking Bad could have gone another season.

Breaking Bad also shared more bloopers this week.

Jon Hamm talks about why Season 7 is the end of Mad Men, though I think there would be an audience for Don Draper as James Bond.

The Returned won best drama at the 41st International Emmy Awards.  The show also gets love from The New York Times.

Can Mob City make TNT the next AMC?

Dyna Moe appears to have an exhibition in England.

Kirk Acevedo (TWD, Fringe) will star in a pilot based on 12 Monkeys.

AMC has given a pilot order based on Garth Ennis’ and Steve Dillon’s blasphemous 90s comic series, Preacher, developed for Sony Pictures Television by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Breaking Bad series writer Sam Caitlin. AMC also has given pilot orders to dramas Knifeman and Galyntine.

Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases like you.

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  One Response to “Basket of News, Nov. 23-28, 2013”

  1. Season 4 Thanksgiving was the best!

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