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AMC TV Series • 2008 - 2013 • Crime, Drama, Thriller
5 Seasons • 62 Episodes
Information is current as of 05/06/2021
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RELEASE YEAR: 2012
In the final season, being bad is no longer an act as Walt's downward spiral leads him to the top of a drug empire, risking everything and everyone.
RELEASE YEAR: 2011
Emmy winner Bryan Cranston returns as chemistry teacher turned meth maker Walter White, who's now desperate to outwit drug lord Gus Fring.
RELEASE YEAR: 2010
The previous season left Walter White on unstable ground. But for the sake of his family, he continues cooking crystal meth on the down-low.
RELEASE YEAR: 2009
Teacher turned meth dealer Walter climbs higher in the drug game, which draws attention from competing cartels and imperils his DEA brother-in-law.
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