News Nuggets: ‘Breaking Bad’ showcased at Museum of the Moving Image

New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image will host a “Breaking Bad” exhibit from July 26 through October 27, 2013. Creator Vince Gilligan will appear in person for a special program on Sunday, July 28.

Following the cancellation of “Happy Endings,” Damon Wayans Jr. poised to return to “New Girl” for several episodes. Wayans had appeared in the “New Girl” pilot, but was forced to leave the series when “Happy Endings” was renewed for a second season. TV Line

All four remaining daytime soap operas have gained viewers since last year, and 2013 will be the first year since 2007 with no shows going off the air. Variety

The Telegraph‘s John Hiscock wonders if Steven Spielberg‘s plan to remake both “Rebecca” and “The Grapes of Wrath” means the three-time Oscar-winner has run out of ideas.

Emmy-winner Meredith Vieira (“The View,” “Today“) will host and executive produce a new nationally syndicated talk show, which will debut in fall 2014. TV World

The National TV Academy will honor David Fanning with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming News & Documentary Emmys. Fanning is the creator and producer of the Emmy-winning documentary series “Frontline,” which has been on the air since 1983.

Recent “The Voice” contestant Judith Hill is among the featured artists in the documentary “Twenty Feet from Stardom.” Thelma Adams wonders if she will be a secret weapon for the film at the Oscars. Yahoo! Movies

Jane Campion wishes she could change the ending of her Oscar-winning film “The Piano.” Daily Mail

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