After making an adorable appearance the MTV European Music Awards this week, Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte told Digital Spy that he's planning on branching into music: "I'm learning guitar, I'm learning piano. I have a bit of an issue as I only have one good hand and one good ear, but I'm slowly getting over it one day at a time. We'll see what happens. I love music. My house is constantly filled with music – from vinyl to the thousands and thousands of songs on my hard drive." As for acting, Mitte says he won't be appearing in the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. Fans can catch him on ABC drama Switched at Birth.
Mark Wahlberg and his family will star in a new A&E reality TV show called Wahlburgers. The show is based around movie star Mark and the burger restaurant he co-owns with his brother Donnie in their hometown of Hingham, Massachusetts. Mark's brother Paul runs the restaurant, and their mother, Alma, also works there. In an appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show on Monday, Donnie explained the show's name, saying, "They called us that as kids. They used to tease me. They'd say, 'Hey Wahlburgers.' [That is] if they weren't calling me junior jailbird 'cause my older brothers being inmates all the time." Wahlburgers will premiere on January 22.
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