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"Breaking Bad": Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Back-to-back Emmy® winner Bryan Cranston will serve double duty as director of the premiere episode, "No Mas," on the highly anticipated third season of "Breaking Bad." Joining Bryan for this interview is his Emmy-nominated "Breaking Bad" co-star Aaron Paul (also starring in "Big Love").

"Breaking Bad" follows Walter White (Cranston), a milquetoast high school chemistry teacher who discovers he is dying of lung cancer. Desperate to secure his family's financial future, Walt teams up with a former student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), to turn a used RV into a mobile drug lab.

In addition to the numerous accolades Bryan Cranston has earned for his performance as Walt, "Breaking Bad" received an Emmy nomination for Best Drama last season and has popped up on some of the most prestigious top ten lists of 2009 (TIME, Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, Associated Press) and even landed on the San Francisco Chronicle's, "10 Best TV Shows of the Decade." iTunes chose "Breaking Bad" Season 2 as the "Best Drama of 2009."

Well-known as the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated character Hal, the lovable dad on the hit series "Malcolm in the Middle," Cranston's many television credits include the recurring role as the Dentist Tim Whatley on "Seinfeld," HBO's "From the Earth to the Moon," and the mini-series, "I Know My First Name is Steven." He also guest starred on programs such as "Chicago Hope," "Touched by an Angel," "The X-Files," and many more.

Later this year, Cranston will appear in George Lucas's film, "Red Tails," with Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Terrence Howard and he's just begun shooting Pixar's "John Carter of Mars," from the Producers of "WALL-E." Cranston's other feature film credits include "Saving Private Ryan," "Little Miss Sunshine," "Seeing Other People," and "That Thing You Do," to name a few.

Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) earned a 2009 Emmy® nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for playing Jesse Pinkman in "Breaking Bad," the street savvy drop-out who teams up with his former high school chemistry teacher to enter the drug trade. In January 2010, Paul returned to the HBO acclaimed series "Big Love" for Season 4. He plays the role of Scott opposite Amanda Seyfried's character Sarah.

Paul's other television credits include guest star appearances on "Ghost Whisperer," "Bones," "Sleeper Cell," "Veronica Mars," "CSI," and "The X-Files." His film credits include: "Whatever It Takes,"

"K-Pax," "Mission Impossible III," and "Last House on the Left."

The third season of "Breaking Bad" will premiere: Sunday, March 21 at 10:00pm ET/PT on AMC.

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