We talked to Miguel Jaramillo, who tracks the shows' filming locations, about how ABQ became as much of a star as Walter White or Saul Goodman.
Why, in the name of all that is holy, WHY? (And yes, spoiler alert.)
If Mike Ehrmantraut can come back from the dead for the movie, Heisenberg can, too.
And it starts production this month.
"Yoda. He was always so cryptic."
In New Mexico, of all places.
Debbie Ball created the original crystal meth props for the hit AMC show out of sugar, and now fans flock to her shop for their very own dime bags of "Blue Sky."
Dude, you are watching Breaking Bad wrong.
Walter’s Coffee Roasters reimagines what it would have been like if Walter White worried more about the source of his beans than the source his methylamine.
Last year, a mysterious dealer with a huge supply of quality fentanyl appeared on the darkweb, with a story straight out of Breaking Bad. This month, they disappeared.
Mohammed Ali, who first heard about the deadly poison while watching 'Breaking Bad,' then attempted to buy ricin online. Today he was sentenced at London’s Old Bailey Court to eight years in prison.
Andrew Firth can turn a European-grade plastic human skull into pretty much anyone.