Emmy-nominated AMC/Sony TV drama Breaking Bad won’t premiere fresh episodes for its fourth season until July 2011. That's more than a full year after the conclusion of Season Three last June. As a result, the show won't be eligible for a third best drama series Emmy nomination next year. That also affects lead actor Bryan Cranston, who received his third consecutive Emmy nomination last month. (He won 2 years running, and might three-peat on August 28). To bridge the 13-month gap between seasons, the plan is to produce short interstitial mini-episodes of 3-to-4 minutes apiece early next year after the show goes back in production in January. They'll be posted on AMC’s website.