Host James Lipton will sit down with the four-time Emmy winner following the recent release of the new biographical film "Trumbo," in which Cranston plays Dalton Trumbo, a top Hollywood screenwriter who was blacklisted for political reasons.
"Through the episode," according to Bravo, "Cranston intimately recalls his early days, including a defining moment in his childhood when he went from an outgoing and happy youth to a recluse after his father left his family. He carefully navigates some of his most well-known roles and the challenges that came along with them, including how he shaped his quirky paternal character, Hal, in 'Malcolm in the Middle,' and how he drew inspiration from his own broken father when creating his vision for the iconic character of Walter White. Viewers will also be heartened to learn of the actor’s powerful thoughts while shooting one of the most pivotal scenes from 'Breaking Bad,' as well as what Cranston believes to be Walter’s ultimate 'truth.'"
Cranston won his Tony Award for his performance as President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way.
Watch a preview of the interview below: