Dean Norris‘ Detective Hank Schrader made it close to the “Breaking Bad” finish line, but was struck down two episodes before the end in a ruthless desert gun battle that shocked America. What was his reaction when he read the script for fan-favorite “Ozymandias” and discovered his character’s ultimate fate?
That’s just one of the questions we will ask Norris when he joins us for a live webchat this Wednesday, June 4, at 5:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. ET on Gold Derby’s home page.
On “Breaking Bad,” Norris was always one step behind evil meth mastermind Heisenberg (Bryan Cranston). Did he enjoy playing a character that was in the dark most of the time, or would he have preferred playing someone within Walter White’s drug organization?
Unlike most TV shows, “Breaking Bad” was able to tell a complete story with a beginning, middle and end thanks to AMC’s support. What were Norris’ favorite (and least favorite) moments from those 62 episodes, both on-screen and off? Does he wish the show could have lasted longer?
Now that “Breaking Bad” is a thing of the past, you can find Norris starring on the spooky CBS miniseries “Under the Dome,” premiering its second season on Monday, June 30 with an episode written by Stephen King.
As Big Jim Rennie, Norris plays a vastly different role than Hank Schrader. Big Jim is a murderer, a swindler and a liar… and he’s also the de facto leader of Chester’s Mill. Does he enjoy playing such a frightening, intimidating character? And can Big Jim do anything to find redemption?
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