It's hard to imagine what horrible sin Walter White (Bryan Cranston) will commit in 2012's last episode of "Breaking Bad" (9 p.m. AMC), but based on what he's done these past few weeks, it's sure to be a doozy. "Bad" returns at some point in 2013 for its final eight episodes.Monday
"Coma" (8 p.m. A&E), a two-part movie co-produced by the late Tony Scott, boasts some big names, including Richard Dreyfuss, James Woods and Geena Davis. But the stars make what amounts to fleeting cameos, perhaps all too aware that this remake of the Michael Douglas film is devoid of decent scares. The movie concludes at 8 p.m. Tuesday.Tuesday
Fans of "How to Train Your Dragon" (you should be one of them!) may get a kick out "Dragons: Riders of Berk" (6:30 p.m. Cartoon), a sequel of sorts that follows the continuing adventures of Hiccup and his faithful, flying sidekick, Toothless.Wednesday
It's Lauren Bacall Month at TCM, which means the network turns over the airwaves to the husky-voiced actress every Wednesday. The tribute starts with some true classics: 1944's "To Have and Have Not" (7 p.m.) and 1946's "The Big Sleep" (9 p.m.). By the end of the month, we should all know how to whistle.Thursday
Kevin Hart hosts the always unpredictable "2012 MTV Video Music Awards" (7 p.m. MTV) with Taylor Swift and Pink both expected to play new material. Other performers include Green Day, Alicia Keys and One Direction, but the biggest shrieks may come with the appearance by the "Fierce Five," also known as the U.S. women's Olympics gymnastics team.