||Suspense, Crime, Drama, Thriller
||Betsy Brandt, Dean Norris, Bryan Cranston, Laura Fraser, RJ Mitte, Aaron Paul, Giancarlo Esposito, Anna Gunn, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks
The pilot episode of the drama series Breaking Bad was commissioned by the American television channel FX Networks, but this withdrew after his sighting back because he feared negative reactions. As a result, the station AMC reported interest in the series and took over Breaking Bad without any change. The first episode aired on January 20, the last on March 2, 2008. Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher, learns he has terminal lung cancer. Desperate to secure the financial future of his family — his wife Skyler White is pregnant, his son Walter White Jr. has cerebral palsy — the 50-year-old leaves his second job at the car wash and teams up with a former student named Jesse Pinkman to make and sell meth. "You know the business. I know the chemistry," he tells his new partner, who declares Walt "a damn artist" after sampling the first batch cooked in their mobile-drug-lab. Breaking Bad first hit our screens in 2008. For almost a decade, its fans have explained to anyone who will listen that Vince Gilligan’s crime drama is the greatest thing since science, and more addictive than meth. The only response was to smile politely, and promised to get around to it some day. But in this age of “peak TV”, who has the time to commit to a show that spans five seasons, 62 episodes and approximately 108 hours? It seemed like an insoluble problem – until now.