Bryan Cranston won his Emmys and Golden Globes from starring in Breaking Bad, so that means he's had some extra time to try out a few other things in his post-Walter White career, like going up against Godzilla, and playing Lyndon B. Johnson on Broadway.
"I'd been doing a lot of TV and movie work," the star says in his latest project. But what he really wanted to do was "get back to basics," by diving into his great passion, America's pastime. And sure, his one-man show about baseball's postseason might only be a clever way to promote the upcoming playoffs on TBS, but how many of us would actually pay good money to see this sort of thing? Even though the MLB playoff picture offers a handful of intriguing match-ups, Cranston might want to consider making this dream a reality; it could be autumn's hottest baseball ticket.