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Bryan Cranston will develop projects for Sony Pictures TV
Bryan Cranston has had a pretty good relationship with "Breaking Bad" studio Sony Pictures TV, so he's decided to extend it.
According to Deadline.com, Cranston has signed a first-look deal with SPTV to develop and produce new series projects. It's possible that those projects could be designed as starring vehicles for the Emmy-winning actor, but also possibly not.
Cranston recently won his first SAG Award last week for "Breaking Bad" and earned as second as part of the "Argo" ensemble. The three-time Emmy winner is also up for a DGA Award for a "Modern Family" episode he directed.
"Breaking Bad" returns for its final eight episodes this summer.