It may be regarded as one of the best shows its time, but creator Vince Gilligan reveals why he ended Breaking Bad after just five seasons.
Bryan Cranston’s Y-Front-wearing Walter White took the show to glory as the cancer-riddled chemistry teacher who swapped suburban life for his own meth empire. Unlike many shows, Breaking Bad didn’t have a “bad” season, and even offered up some of its best episodes in its final year. So, why would Gilligan pull the plug just as things were getting interesting?
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