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Breaking Bad

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AMC TV Series2008 - 2013Crime, Drama, Thriller

5 Seasons62 Episodes


Information is current as of 02/26/2021


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Notable Series Cast
Bryan CranstonBryan Cranston...Walter White
Anna GunnAnna Gunn...Skyler White
Aaron PaulAaron Paul...Jesse Pinkman
Betsy BrandtBetsy Brandt...Marie Schrader
RJ MitteRJ Mitte...Walter White, Jr.
Dean NorrisDean Norris...Hank Schrader
Bob OdenkirkBob Odenkirk...Saul Goodman
Steven Michael QuezadaSteven Michael Quezada...Steven Gomez
Jonathan BanksJonathan Banks...Mike Ehrmantraut
Giancarlo EspositoGiancarlo Esposito...Gus Fring
Charles BakerCharles Baker...Skinny Pete
Jesse PlemonsJesse Plemons...Todd
Christopher CousinsChristopher Cousins...Ted Beneke
Laura FraserLaura Fraser...Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
Matt JonesMatt Jones...Badger
Michael Shamus WilesMichael Shamus Wiles...ASAC George Merkert
Lavell CrawfordLavell Crawford...Huell
Ray CampbellRay Campbell...Tyrus Kitt
Krysten RitterKrysten Ritter...Jane Margolis
Carmen SeranoCarmen Serano...Carmen Molina
Emily RiosEmily Rios...Andrea Cantillo
Tina ParkerTina Parker...Francesca
Mark MargolisMark Margolis...Tio Salamanca


Series Writers
Vince GilliganVince Gilligan...Writer (created by)
Peter GouldPeter Gould...Writer
George MastrasGeorge Mastras...Writer
Sam CatlinSam Catlin...Writer
Moira Walley-BeckettMoira Walley-Beckett...Writer
Thomas SchnauzThomas Schnauz...Writer
Gennifer HutchisonGennifer Hutchison...Writer
John ShibanJohn Shiban...Writer
J. RobertsJ. Roberts...Writer
Patty LinPatty Lin...Writer

Awards (series)

Notable Wins (series)
Season 5...1) Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series - Bryan Cranston
2) Outstanding Drama Series
3) Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series - Skip Macdonald (editor) For episode: "Felina"
4) Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series - Moira Walley-Beckett For episode: "Ozymandias"
5) Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series - Aaron Paul
6) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series - Anna Gunn


Additional Content
Cast Photos ... IMDb
Box Office ... IMDb Pro
Poster ... Official Site
Awards ... 66th Primetime Emmy Awards
Studio ... AMC

Analysis & Scripts

Season 5


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.


Season 4


Emmy winner Bryan Cranston returns as chemistry teacher turned meth maker Walter White, who's now desperate to outwit drug lord Gus Fring.


Season 3


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.


Season 2


Teacher turned meth dealer Walter climbs higher in the drug game, which draws attention from competing cartels and imperils his DEA brother-in-law.


Season 1


Diagnosed with terminal cancer, a high school teacher tries to secure his family's financial future by producing and distributing crystal meth.



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