In the current Golden Age of Television, Breaking Bad is surely a crowning achievement. A Shakespeare-inspired tale of a mild-mannered chemistry teacher whose cancer diagnosis sparks a transformation into a fully-fledged kingpin of the drug underworld, Breaking Bad is never anything less than utterly compelling. It soon became the definition of “binge-watching” after debuting in 2008.

Of course, at the center of the show’s huge success is Bryan Cranston’s seminal performance as main character Walter White. Cranston, along with the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan, and the rest of the exceptional cast and crew, developed a character that will live on indefinitely in the history of ...

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