Just when you thought "Breaking Bad" couldn't get any better, rumors surfaced that the hit AMC drama would be hosting a "Malcolm in the Middle" reunion.
But it turns out, some things are too good to be true. Though someone who may or may not be Bryan Cranston's former "Malcolm" co-star, Jane Kaczmarek, tweeted the following after Cranston won at the SAG Awards on Sunday ...
... HuffPost TV has learned that Kaczmarek was only shooting a DVD extra, not a new episode of "Breaking Bad."
Kaczmarek played Cranston's on-screen wife, Lois, throughout "Malcolm In the Middle's" seven-season run. Frankie Muniz was the show's titular middle child, while Christopher Masterson, Justin Berfield, Erik Per Sullivan and Jamie and Lukas Rodriguez played his brothers.
The "Breaking Bad" cast teased a potential reunion earlier this month, after Dean Norris tweeted a picture of Cranston and Kaczmarek on the set:
With only eight episodes left in "Breaking Bad's" final season, every detail counts. Recently, creator Vince Gilligan admitted to HuffPost TV's Maureen Ryan that he was feeling "terror" about getting the end of the series right, likening the final episodes to a game of chess.
"Breaking Bad" returns to AMC for its final season in the summer of 2013.