Breaking Bad Series Trailer

Breaking Bad is one of the most popular shows on television today. Each week it rocks the evaluations and generates a huge amount of controversy as it depicts the perils of drug abuse and addiction. In fact, it is such a great show that it has spawned four spin-off seasons that all deal with the same subject. Fans of the show are excited about each of those separate seasons and would likely go to great lengths to find out what will happen in each. The internet however, isn’t the ideal place to hunt down your favourite show. While you can certainly use the world wide web to check out your favorite shows, there are a few details that you may miss.


Breaking Bad is based on the book by Oregon gardener turned writer, Richard Carlson. He devotes his life to chemotherapy and radiation, but he’s formed an unlikely friendship with an energetic skateboarder and participates in his local park. This unusual mixture of good and bad finally leads to his untimely death.


Breaking Bad begins shortly after the diagnosis, when the show’s main character, Walter, finds himself enrolled in a rehab facility after a failed suicide attempt. Although he is initially eager to return to society, Walt soon discovers he is not able to leave his past behind. On his return home he meets new friends and is forced to learn that the only way to see success in his life would be to accept his past and live in the present. A steady focus on this theme drives the series, and it is easy to see why fans of the series would want to watch it year after year.


Even though it’s entirely possible to get a TV celebrity to overact in a function, Gould manages to catch the exact emotions of the audience through his eyes. Viewers will likely find their emotions rising each time they see his eyes fix on Golightly in a way that only a parent could.


The supporting cast of Breaking Bad can be well-written and deeply felt. Mike Epps plays Jesse, Walt’s mechanic who has the most unbreakable jawline you will ever see. He’s also a dedicated father and husband, but his devotion for his family comes back in a way that only an actual father can. Jennifer Lopez portrays Skyler, Walt’s spouse at the rehab center, who seems to be on edge with her decision to not mess around with drugs. She is also the voice of reason in the middle of a group of girls who seem destined to wind up in a terrible situation.


It is worth noting that the writers of Breaking Bad have succeeded in creating the show as realistic as possible. Although meth abuse may cause devastating physical and psychological effects, it does little to actually kill anyone when injected intravenously or smoked. This reality enables the characters on the series to exist in an almost perfect state of health and well-being while at the same time fighting the temptation of crystal meth.


But, the writing staff of this show also takes a lot of care to make virtually threatening situations for the characters to overcome. This ultimately results in some of the best drama television you will probably have seen. The writers manage to create an intricate world where Breaking Bad happens, complete with a plethora of colorful characters and an endless number of attractive scenes. It is easy to get caught up in how Breaking Bad impacts the characters on the show, as opposed to focusing on the actual story. This is a great advantage of the series in contrast to other dramas on the market.


It’s not often that a TV show can reach such heights of popularity before beginning to fade from the radar. Breaking Bad certainly came very close to doing exactly that, before it was canceled following the fifth season. If you wish to catch up with the last episodes, you’re likely to be waiting until the ending of the series, which should air sometime in 2021. You won’t want to miss out on what has become one of the most compelling and gripping shows on television. If you enjoy good tv, then this show is definitely worth your time.