Serial Bites: BREAKING BAD, DALLAS, ALPHAS, DEXTER, LAST RESORT (More!)

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Today’s bite-sized serial menu serves news and tidbits from the worlds of Breaking Bad, Dallas, Alphas, Dexter, Last Resort and The Walking Dead.

  • Life imitates Breaking Bad after 55-year-old Walter Eddy White who shares the same name as ‘The Master’ shot to the top of Tuscaloosa County’s most wanted list after allegedly violating his probation in a methamphetamine manufacturing case, the Tuscaloosa News reports.
  • Dallas EP Michael M. Robin spoke to Assignment X about cast members from the original series who could appear in the upcoming  15-episode second season of TNT’s continuation, saying:

“As far as we’re concerned, everyone who was in the old show, could be in this show. And it’s just about where the storytelling takes you but we can revisit anyone who is in the mythology of the series.”

  • Two more sneak peeks from Alphas “Gaslight” have hit the web (via Huff Post TV and Syfy) — watch in the players below:

  • Showtime has dropped a Dexter music video called “Tonight’s The Night” from Rolfe Kent:

  • Last Resort has cast Pan Am’s Michael Mosley in a recurring role, TV Guide reports. He’ll play Chief Engineer Anders, “one of the crew aboard the U.S.S. Colorado who is put under pressure when Marcus (Andre Braugher) orders him to turn on a prototype cloaking device named Perseus.”
  • Could a Walking Dead movie happen? According to Bloody Disgusting, very early “non business” talks about a potential movie spin-off have taken place. Given the popularity of the zombie serial, a movie seems a long way off, if it ever happens, but at the same time it’s not exactly surprising that the thought has crossed the minds of the show’s powers that be. We’ll of course keep you posted should anything more concrete shuffle into view.

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