Breaking Bad is down to its last three episodes as the series that started in January of 2008 comes to a close at the end of September after five seasons.
Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a 50-year-old high school chemistry teacher who comes down with cancer and turns to drug dealing to support his family after his death.
Walter White, also known as the infamous Heisenberg, befriends an old student of his, Jess Pinkman, a low-level drug dealer and junkie, played by Aaron Paul. Together the duo "cook" crystal meth, the purest anyone has ever seen making the drug highly lucrative and dangerous as well.
The series also stars Anna Gunn as Skylar White, Walter's wife, and Dean Norris as Hank Shader, the White's brother-in-law who happens to be a DEA Agent. Rounding out the cast is Betsy Brandt as Marie Schrader, RJ Mitte as Walter White, Jr., and Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman the up-to-no-good-lawyer who may be getting his own spinoff series. Past seasons of Breaking Bad can be caught up through Netflix.
No spoilers here, but Breaking Bad isn't just about drugs and easy money as it's more of a chess match between White and just about everybody else with the added drama of his work, friends, family and enemies thrown in.
After last night's episode, series star Bryan Cranston was featured on Talking Bad, the live talk show hosted by Chris Hardwick, where the actor discusses the show stating fans will be satisfied with the end to Breaking Bad. You can watch the full 7-minute segment with Cranston below.
AMC also announced details on the Breaking Bad Complete Series Blu-Ray that comes packaged in a special barrel similar to the laundered money stored by Walter White.