Breaking Bad is now offiically one of the most iconic TV shows of this decade after scooping back-to-back awards at last night’s 2014 Golden Globes. It’s about time!
Marking Bryan Cranston’s first ever Golden Globes win for his role of chemistry teacher-turned-meth-kingpin Walter White in the hit US series, the 57-year-old actor looked thrilled when he landed the award for Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama.
Taking to the stage to receive his gong, Bryan said: ‘This is such a wonderful honor and such a lovely way to say goodbye to the show that has meant so much to me.’
The show also won a Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Drama after being nominated but losing out last year.
Co-star Aaron Paul (aka. the LOOK office’s resident crush), who plays the loveable Jesse Pinkman in the show, showed his gratitude by shouting his legendary character’s iconic catchphrase at the celeb-packed audience.
‘Yeah, bitch, thank you!’, the Breaking Bad pin-up screamed as the cast took to the stage for their acceptance speech.
Aaron was also up for a Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Miniseries or TV Movie Golden Globe but was robbed of the accolade when Angelina Jolie‘s dad, 75-year-old Jon Voight, pipped him to the post. Oh, boo.
Still, Paul wins the LOOK award for hottest Breaking Bad cast member hands down. Which is miles better than a measly Golden Globe anyway… right, Pinkman?
By Robyn Munson