Last updated April 19, 2018
Chemistry teacher turned meth dealer Walter White and his partner, Jesse Pinkman, climb higher in the drug game, which draws dangerous attention from competing cartels and imperils Walter's DEA brother-in-law, Hank Schrader.
Details about Breaking Bad: Season 2
Diagnosed with cancer and given only two years to live, high school chemistry teacher Walter White attempts to secure his family's financial future by teaming with his former student, Jesse Pinkman, to produce and distribute crystal meth.
Details about Breaking Bad: Season 1
In this fifth season of the popular series, high school chemistry teacher turned meth dealer Walter White and his partner, Jesse Pinkman, continue to play a risky game as they try to evade the danger that surrounds them.
Details about Breaking Bad: Season 5
Resurfacing after a searing third season that put them at odds with their ruthless boss, Gus -- whom they're now desperate to outwit -- Walt and Jesse regroup in the meth lab to face the consequences of their collective actions.
Details about Breaking Bad: Season 4
Emmy winner Bryan Cranston stars as Walter White, a high school science teacher who learns that he has terminal lung cancer and teams with a former student to manufacture and sell high-quality crystal meth to secure his family's future.
Details about Breaking Bad
The previous season of this award-winning drama left high school chemistry teacher Walter White with even less stability than he's used to. But for the sake of his family, or what's left of it, he continues cooking crystal meth on the down-low.
Details about Breaking Bad: Season 3
This animated movie finds Bruce Wayne as he first assumes the identity of crime fighter Batman, crossing paths with Gotham's top cop, James Gordon. When Catwoman and the mob unleash a crime spree, it's up to the caped crusader to deliver justice.
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When a substitute teacher takes a new assignment at an inner-city school, he finds himself becoming involved in the lives of his colleagues and students. At home, he houses a young prostitute and meditates on what happened to his mother.
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While brainy Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) may be a boy genius, are his smarts enough to get him by in a family that includes three misfit brothers, a control-freak mother and a well-meaning but decidedly bumbling dad? The sophomore season of this Emmy-winning family sitcom finds the gifted teen continuing to navigate the treacherous waters of adolescence while trying to stay afloat in a sea of familial discord.
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 2
His older brother's been shipped to a military academy; his younger brother is a wound-up oddball; and his parents are constantly bickering. Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) is starting to think he may be the only normal one in his family! Using direct camera address, wide-angle distortion and a machine-gun delivery, this popular Emmy-winning sitcom happily pulls no punches when lampooning the dysfunctional family.
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Kid genius Malcolm Wilkerson grapples with a suburban family that gives new meaning to the word "dysfunctional." Between the nonstop squabbling of his parents and merciless persecution by his siblings, it's all he can do to maintain his sanity.
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If he can just handle senior year, scholastic boy wonder Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) may finally get his chance to fly the coop and head off to college in the farewell season of the offbeat Emmy-winning comedy. But in the meantime, he'll have to endure fresh family tortures, including a road trip with the clan to the Burning Man festival, being quarantined with his mom (Jane Kaczmarek) and ending up in the same class as Reese (Justin Berfield).
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 7
Guest hosts this season include irrepressible ex-"SNL"-er Amy Poehler, third-time host Jon Hamm, Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"), Chicago improv actors Vanessa Bayer and Paul Brittain, and impressions-master Jay Pharoah.
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It's a good thing that school is a snap for whiz kid Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) -- because he'll need all his mental powers to come out on top in the Wilkerson clan, who would stymie even the best of professional counselors. In the Emmy-winning sitcom's sixth season, the family faces hard times when Hal (Bryan Cranston) loses his job. Later, Dewey (Erik Per Sullivan) tries his hand at writing opera, and Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) enters a beauty pageant.
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 6
An off-the-scale IQ only takes you so far when the devious and dysfunctional quotient of your family is similarly sized -- at least that's what academically gifted but domestically cursed teen Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) finds in the Emmy-winning sitcom's fifth season. With baby Jamie turning the Wilkerson household upside down, the boys inherit new responsibilities, which they master with varying degrees of success.
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 5
Skewering the surface serenity of suburban family life, this Emmy-winning sitcom returns for another unapologetically irreverent season, following the ups and (more frequent) downs of put-upon teen prodigy Malcolm (Frankie Muniz). In Season 4, while Hal and Lois prepare for the arrival of the latest addition to the family, Reese (Justin Berfield) throws a blowout party, and Malcolm devises a plot to be sent away to military school.
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 4
Hopelessly humiliated by his parents and persistently persecuted by his siblings, beleaguered teen brainiac Malcolm (Frankie Muniz) has his hands full at home, not to mention school, in this third season of the Emmy-winning comedy. Among other misadventures this time around, Francis (Christopher Masterson) finally breaks from the family; Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) holds Christmas hostage; and Dewey (Erik Per Sullivan) makes a four-legged friend.
Details about Malcolm in the Middle: Season 3
It's the 1970s, and Grace and Charlie are the proprietors of Nevada's first legal brothel. When Charlie, a felon, becomes the promoter for heavyweight boxer Bruza, passion erupts between Grace and Bruza, setting off a violent chain of events.
Details about Love Ranch
In this revelatory reality show, celebrities share artifacts and stories from their youth, with items ranging from cool to poignant to startling. The debut season features Ed Helms, Margaret Cho, Mo'Nique, Anthony Michael Hall and Alanis Morissette.
Details about The Mortified Sessions: Season 1
In this engaging reality series, celebrities share some of their most embarrassing childhood mementos. From mortifying photographs to old diaries, the mystery box of personal history is always full of surprising revelations.
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