"Breaking Bad" is making a feature-length comeback next month - a big deal worthy of the big screen for several cities, including Milwaukee.
This morning, The Pabst Theater announced that Walter White himself, "Breaking Bad" actor Bryan Cranston, will come to Milwaukee for a special conversation and audience Q&A on Saturday, Oct. 22.
Before the Brooklyn-based indie pop band hits the Turner Hall Ballroom stage Wednesday night, OnMilwaukee chatted with drummer William Hehir about the group's blindingly fast start, writing its debut in a tree house of all places and that time he was starstruck by a "Breaking Bad" star.
We've often wondered what Walter White would drink. Surely you have too.
In front of the television set, we may escape into a favorite program, catch up on what has been recorded, or seek more information on what is going on in our community. It's the latter that has propelled WITI-TV Fox 6 to the most-watched late night local news destination - surprising considering the traditional tide in broadcast history and that its nightly edition starts at 9 p.m.
I haven't seen anything like Funko's Pop! Vinyls before last August.They're only 3.75 inches tall when standing up. They have an oversized, nearly squared head with pupil-free black eyes, a tiny nose and no mouth. They look more so like anime characters than anything else. Over the course of the following six months, what started as a quick impulse purchase had that led into a near obsession of collecting these figures.
The running theme of last night's Primetime Emmys seemed to be: Hey, if you have already won an Emmy, we'll be giving you another one tonight. We promise. The lack of real surprises this year in the categories had me thinking: Who should've won instead? Who should've even been nominated? Well, for your entertainment and my own amusement, here are my picks.
As the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards wrapped up in Los Angeles Monday night, the audience walked away with a few notable highlights.
The Buena Vista Home Entertainment film "Need for Speed," based on the award-winning video game series, is being released on DVD, on demand, digital HD and Blu-ray today.
Co-host of the 99.1 WMYX Morning Mix, Elizabeth Kay, talks about her superstitions around the Packers, binge TV watching and whether or not she showers before her 5 a.m.-starting radio show.
I decided to make a resolution I can actually keep, which is to use and watch Netflix this winter. See y'all in the spring.
I undoubtedly spend more time watching TV than any other activity in my life. So as the calendar changes to another year, I found myself reflecting on the past year of my TV viewing.
2013 has been a good year to OnMilwaukee.com publisher and co-founder Andy Tarnoff. His family is healthy, his friends are (mostly) awesome, and business is great. And he did a lot of consuming. Here's what he enjoyed the most.
"Breaking Bad's" RJ Mitte was at Marquette University Thursday night. Jeff Pawlinski, a big fan of the show, was there and offers ten take aways.
Portia Young, a former anchor and reporter at WISN-TV Ch. 12, announced last week that she's leaving the broadcast industry to become the new public relations manager in communications at Sargento.