Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul talk about the show ending and some of their favorite moments.
The award-winning series comes to a dramatic conclusion in the series finale.
In the penultimate episode of the series, events set in motion long ago move toward a conclusion.
As the series draws to a close, everyone copes with radically changed circumstances.
Things heat up for Walt in unexpected ways.
An unusual strategy starts to bear fruit, while plans are set in motion that could change everything.
Jesse decides to make a change, while Walt and Skyler try to deal with an unexpected demand.
While Skyler's past catches up with her, Walt covers his tracks. Jesse continues to struggle with his guilt.
As Walt and Jesse adjust to life out of the business, Hank grapples with a troubling lead.
Walt meets with Lydia to get the names of Mike's people in prison. Skyler makes another attempt to convince Walt to give up cooking meth.
Walter tries to strike up a deal with Declan. Told to lay off Mike, Hank switches his focus to the lawyer who's been paying off Mike's men.
Walt, Mike and Jesse deal with the repercussions of the methylamine heist. Mike and Jesse want out, but Walt is determined to build his empire.
Mike and Lydia work to get the methylamine transported for the operation. Walt and Jesse try to come up with a plan that won't blow their cover.
As Lydia gives up her own employee to the DEA, Mike offers her a replacement: Jesse. Walt and Skyler argue about whether the family is safe.
To Skyler's dismay, Walter moves back into the house. Walter, Mike and Jesse meet with Saul to talk about finding a new place to cook.
Walt and Jesse decide to look for a new partner to help them in their latest scheme. The DEA sifts through various leads, hoping to find something.
Catch the season finale Sunday, Oct. 9
High school chemistry teacher Walter White learns he has terminal lung cancer. In order to secure his family’s financial future, he teams up with Jesse Pinkman, a former student, to make meth in an RV.
When their first distributor, Krazy-8, tries to double-cross them, Walt kills his right-hand man Emilio with a chemical explosion and later strangles Krazy-8 himself in Jesse’s basement.
Jesse flees to his parents’ house to seek refuge from the recent horrors, but is kicked out when his parents discover a joint — which in fact belongs to his younger brother.
Walt starts chemotherapy and tells his pregnant wife, Skyler, that he agreed to let Elliott, his wealthy former colleague, help with payments. In fact, he is paying with meth profits.
Emmy r Award winner Bryan Cranston stars as Walter White, a down-on-his-luck chemistry teacher struggling to make ends meet for his wife (Anna Gunn) and physically challenged son (RJ Mitte). Everything changes when Walter receives a startling diagnosis: terminal lung cancer. With only a few years to live and nothing to lose, Walter uses his training as a chemist to cook and sell crystal meth with one of his former students (Aaron Paul). As his status grows, so do his lies, but Walt will stop at nothing to make sure his family is taken care of after he's gone, even if it means putting all their lives on the line. Executive produced by Vince Gilligan and Mark Johnson.
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The conflict within Walt as he transforms into a criminal
Walter White is a meek high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Already facing financial hardship, Walter realizes that this news will likely force his family into financial ruin.
All bad things must come to an end.
A mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher unexpectedly adopts a criminal new lifestyle in the highly anticipated new one hour series BREAKING BAD from Sony Pictures Television. The provocative drama depicts the extraordinary lengths to which a man will go in order to provide for his family.
In Season 3's finale, Jesse (Aaron Paul) was on the run, with Mike (Jonathan Banks) in hot pursuit, while Walt (Bryan Cranston) negotiated for his life with Gus (Giancarlo Esposito). In a desperate attempt to escape certain death, Walt concocted a disturbing plan -- kill his former lab assistant Gale -- to provide for his and Jesse's safety. The scheme ultimately forced Jesse to Gale's doorstep with a gun while Walt was held hostage in the Superlab. This season, Walt and Jesse must cope with the fallout both personally and professionally. Tension mounts as Walt faces a true standoff with his employer, Gus, with neither side willing or able to back down. Walt must also adjust to a new relationship with Skyler (Anna Gunn), whom while still reconciling her relationship with Walt, is committed to properly laundering Walt's money and ensuring her sister Marie (Betsy Brandt) and an ailing Hank (Dean Norris) are financially stable.
Season Four's explosive finale concluded with Walt (Bryan Cranston) defeating Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) in their season-long battle of wits, taking down the ice-cold kingpin once and for all. With Jesse (Aaron Paul) back on his side, now Walt is faced with the prospect of moving on in a world without his enemy. As the pressure of a criminal life starts to build, Skyler (Anna Gunn) struggles to keep Walt's terrible secrets. Facing resistance from sometime adversary and former Fring lieutenant Mike, Walt tries to keep his world from falling apart even as his DEA Agent brother in law, Hank (Dean Norris), finds numerous leads that could blaze a path straight to Walt.
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