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article imageBreaking Bad final episode this Sunday on AMC 9 p.m. ET

By Daniel Boyington     Sep 26, 2013 in Entertainment
Albuquerque - The last episode of Breaking Bad airs this Sunday at 9 p.m and ends the series with a bang. Will Mr. White turn himself in, or kill himself?
It all started five years ago when high school teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) found out he had lung cancer and wanted to find a way to provide for his family after his death. Since he was overlooked by his college friend when they started a private company Gray Matter which Mr. White was an integral part, he went into a local high school and created a career for himself teaching chemistry in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the show was filmed.
He finally decided to do what he knew best and stick with chemistry and hooked up with a former student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) and they headed out to the desert in a house trailer and began to make crystal meth.
It took about three years before the series really caught on, but has been one of the best new series in years, full of excitement and never a dull moment.
The cinematography and writing has been excellent and caught the eyes of millions of viewers each week.
The first five seasons (54) episodes can be viewed on Netflix and if you don't have it, AMC is running the first five seasons on their station in a type of marathon up to the final episode on Sunday night.
Something a lot of people don't know, you can pay for Netflix with PayPal if you have an account and it's only $7.99 per month.
The full complete show will be released 62 episodes on DVD [Blu-Ray] November 26th just in time for Christmas, but may not be for the whole family.
It's become so popular they even have another show called Talking Bad which runs for 30 minutes after every episode, although this week for the final show it will go for the full hour.
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