New shows are on the way that will star “Breaking Bad” alum Bryan Cranston and veteran feature film actor Dennis Quaid — with news of the Quaid project coming just hours after a viral video made the rounds that purportedly shows the actor in full meltdown mode on the set.
Both shows are headed to the Sony-owned streaming video channel Crackle, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Cranston project is a stop-motion animated comedy, “Supermansion,” with Cranston providing the voice of the leader of a group of over-the-hill superheroes. The 13-episode series is due this fall.
Quaid is set for a scripted drama series, “The Art of More,” set in the world of high-end auction houses. The one-hour program has a 10-episode order and is due in the winter.
The Quaid meltdown video (see below) shows the actor in what appears to be an epic meltdown on the set, flinging a series of expletives. The video has sparked controversy over whether it was a real meltdown or a publicity stunt, with TMZ.com, for example, reporting after news surfaced of the Crackle project that the “Dennis Quaid ‘meltdown’ video smells like a stunt.”
Here’s the Quaid video, which comes with a warning for harsh language: