With Breaking Bad heading towards its final eight episodes, AMC is eying a spin-off centered around Bob Odenkirk‘s character Saul Goodman. While this isn’t the first time the undertaking has been mooted, Deadline understands the project, conceived by series creator Vince Gilligan and writer Peter Gould, remains in the early stages. It’s not exactly clear what form the prospective spin-off would take.
Shawn Ashmore teases an upcoming Ryan Hardy flashback [E!]:
“We see Ryan in better days when he’s sort of starting on the case, but he’s still always consumed by it,” Shawn Ashmore tells us. “There’s always this kind of edge to Ryan Hardy; there’s always a sort of darkness about him.” So, no, we will not see Ryan inviting the gang out for tequila shots and karaoke any time soon.
The cast and crew take you back inside the most recent episode in this new video:
Hemlock Grove exec. producer Eli Roth and stars Famke Janssen and Bill Skarsgard talk about the Netflix horror serial in an audio interview with The Next Web. In particular they discuss the show’s format and why potential second and third seasons will be impacted by how viewers consume the first season. You can listen to the full interview here.
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Co-creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have suggested that Sonqua Martin-Green, who plays Tamara on the fantasy seriable, could possibly play a part in the show’s prospective third season, despite being upped to series regular for the fourth season of The Walking Dead. Per TV Line, Horowitz said:
“The challenge that we’ve faced, both seasons so far, is scheduling. We don’t want to give away what our plans are for any character, but we’ve been able to work out scheduling in the past.”
“Hopefully, things will work out [when it comes to Season 3]. We think she’s done a great job.”
Nikita‘s third season finale is set to deploy a cliffhanger-y ending, according to TV Line, further indicating that the show is set be renewed for a (shortened) fourth season. It’s unlikely they’d bow out on a cliffhanger if there wasn’t a fourth season in place to pick up the pieces, before building to a ‘proper’ ending.