So, this happened:
— Charles Dharapak (@Dharapak) June 23, 2014
Matthew Weiner and Vince Gilligan talked to The Wrap about wrapping up their shows.
Better Call Saul has already been renewed…and postponed until 2015.
John Slattery and Bryan Cranston (among others) talk to Variety about directing. John Slattery and Talia Balsam (and their dog Peanut) talk to the L.A. Times about Roger, Mona, and Marigold. John also talks about the final table read and more…
Aaron Paul tells Reuters he would like to direct.
Bryan Cranston, who won a Tony for playing LBJ (the former President, not the current NBA star), talks theater with CBS.
I’ve made my peace with the unlikelihood of Jon Hamm ever winning one of these things — it’s one thing when “The Suitcase” isn’t enough for him to beat Kyle Chandler, but when the Hershey speech isn’t enough to beat Jeff freaking Daniels on “The Newsroom,” then this particular audience isn’t interested in what he’s selling — but he once again had a season full of wonderful moments…
Mike Sacks wrote a book, Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today’s Top Comedy Writers. Jon Hamm posed for the author photo.
Rich Sommer has been cast in a new Sally Field comedy, Hello My Name is Doris.
Umedia has bought the worldwide rights to Red Knot, a drama starring Vincent Kartheiser.
Teyonah Parris (Dawn Chambers) can be seen soon in They Came Together and Dear White People.
Breaking Bad is the most binge-watched show, according to a TiVo study.
Andrew Lincoln talks to GoldDerby about The Walking Dead‘s many deaths.
Norman Reedus talks to Entertainment Weekly about Season 5 of TWD.
TURN was renewed by AMC.
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