Sometimes it’s good to remember that for all the (“I am the…) darkness(“) on Breaking Bad, the actors themselves seem like really fun people to be around.
Showing what a good sport he is, Bryan Cranston spiked his appearance with costar Aaron Paul on Conan last night by reading aloud his favorite fan letter…which of course, is sexual in nature and has very little to do with Bryan Cranston.
Conan O’Brien’s reign as TBS’s late-night host is more turbulent than the cable net might have expected, reports the Wall Street Journal. During Mr. O’Brien’s season on the air, TBS’s viewership among the 18-to-49 key demographic has fallen 11 percent and the network canceled its other late-night show, George Lopez’s Lopez Tonight.
Last night, Conan O’Brien returned to late night TV for the first time since his acrimonious departure from NBC in January. The debut episode of his new TBS show, “Conan,” was a hit with higher ratings than Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show,” Dave Letterman’s “Late Show,” “The Daily Show,” and “The Colbert Report.” Read More