"Breaking Bad" doubles the viewership of last year's premiere

About 5.9 million watched last night, "Breaking Bad's" biggest audience ever. That's compared to the 2.93 million for the Season 5, Part 1, premiere last year. Meanwhile, "Talking Bad" attracted 1.2 million. PLUS: "Breaking Bad" was huge on Twitter, everybody from Rihanna to Rebecca Black tweeted about the premiere, what will happen to the props?,
Jimmy Fallon releases his "Breaking Bad" poster, and how the color of the clothing provides clues to the characters.

"Duck Dynasty" for Congress?

Republicans in Louisiana are trying to get Willie Robertson to run for a soon-to-be vacated congressional seat.

Swiss shop clerk accuses Oprah of lying about racist encounter
"I don't know why she is making these accusations," says the shop assistant, speaking anonymously. "She is so powerful and I am just a shop girl."

Angus T. Jones now looks disheveled with a scruffy beard
Friends and family are said to be concerned over the former "Two and a Half Men" star's current appearance.

Courteney Cox breaks her wrist
The "Cougar Town" was in Cancun when she slipped, fell and injured herself.

"The Borgias" will end with an e-book

"The Borgia Apocalypse" will be based on creator Neil Jordan's script for a two-hour wrap-up movie.

Steve Wozniak admits to crying while watching "The Big Bang Theory"

The Apple co-founder can relate to the social awkwardness -- so much so that he's watched every episodes twice, taking down notes the 2nd time.

"Game of Thrones" stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are no longer dating in real life
The couple sparked a romance playing Jon Snow and Ygritte.

Kris Jenner fires back at Obama for "picking on" Kim & Kanye

The president said Kim Kardashian and Kanye West shouldn't be used as a mark for success.

Casey Wilson & June Diane Raphael sign a comedy deal with ABC
The "Happy Endings" alum and " NTSF:SD:SUV" star are poised to develop their own comedy, starring Raphael.

Norman Weiss has been doing TV Tattle since the week "Freaks and Geeks" was canceled. He is a Hollywood outsider who was born and raised in Hollywood. "American Idol" and "Dancing with the Stars" are broadcast 2 blocks from his high school.