Breaking Bad was noted for its razor-sharp writing, massive buildup in the four seasons (with the fifth season densely packed with payoffs that were a long time coming), and strong performances, particularly by Cranston. Here is everything you need to know about the movie.
The Breaking Bad franchise is soon going to get its own movie. Creator Vince Gilligan will write, executive produce and "possibly direct" it. It is not revealed whether it would be a TV movie or will get a theatrical release.
Better Call Saul's season 4 begins with a corker of an episode. Appropriately titled 'Smoke' is mostly about Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) and others dealing with Chuck's death.
The episodic format allows TV shows to develop plot and characters more in a more believable way and also to build up slowly to the exciting climax. This makes for more enjoyable and immersive experience
AMC's crime drama Breaking Bad's series finale aired four years ago today. It was mainly an examination of a single character played by Bryan Cranston. His journey from a meek chemistry teacher to the ruthless Heisenberg is what this show is all about. The term gets thrown around a lot, but Breaking Bad really is a masterpiece.