- HBO Grants Game of Thrones Epic Season 4Posted 45 days ago
- Dispute Gets Game of Thrones Actor The Tyson VS Holyfield TreatmentPosted 51 days ago
- Game of Thrones: George R. R. Martin Makes a Cameo in Season 4Posted 55 days ago
- Jon Snow & Ygritte Get Cozy In Game of Thrones Portraits!Posted 57 days ago
- Watch The Newest Game of Thrones Trailer!Posted 59 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is a Beast Waiting to be StirredPosted 60 days ago
- Game of Thrones Recap: Get Caught Up On Season 2Posted 67 days ago
- Game of Thrones Extended Season 3 Trailer Has Bears, Sex, Flaming Swords and Everything ElsePosted 74 days ago
- Game of Thrones: Shadowed Cast in New Season 3 PostersPosted 75 days ago
- Game of Thrones Season 3 is Chaotic in New Teaser from HBOPosted 95 days ago
Breaking Bad Done After Season 5?
When I think about the idea that Breaking Bad might end I am at once both distraught and relieved. When it comes to TV shows, chances are a show will be cancelled at its peak or be dragged out until it’s been milked for every ounce of creativity and becomes unwatchable. To quote The Dark Knight “You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”
In a New York Times article titled “The Dark Art of ‘Breaking Bad’”, Vince Gilligan talks through various aspects of making Breaking Bad, from how often Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) gets physically hurt to Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) transformation to antagonist when he’s supposed to be the protagonist. Gilligan reflects on his past work on X-Files and how Breaking Bad came to be and when the show will ultimately come to end.
I’ve got to give Gilligan a hand for matter-of-factly stating that he doesn’t see the show going past Season 5. If that turns out to be true, then the fourth season, premiering Sunday, July 17, will be the series’ penultimate season. As long as there are no more creative delays in between seasons, a year from now we could be getting ready for the final season. That’s heavy. Whenever a show comes to end, especially when it’s on its own terms, it’s a big deal
Be sure to read the entire article; it’s very informative, especially on how Cranston prepares for acting jobs. And set your DVRs for Breaking Bad’s return next weekend. If you’re still tweaking for more, there’s trailers and a look inside the upcoming season.