Breaking Bad: Final Season Won’t Return July 14th

breaking bad final episodesYesterday, Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul tweeted that the fifth and final season of the AMC series would resume on Sunday, July 14th.

Unfortunately, that date is incorrect according to AMC. Today, Paul wrote, “Breaking Bad fans I was pre mature in telling you the release date. Sorry. It come out sometime before the end of the summer. Love you.”

Season four debuted on July 17, 2011 and the first half of season five premiered on July 15, 2012.

There are eight episodes of Breaking Bad yet to come. The cast and crew began shooting them on December 7th.

What do you think? Do you think the final episodes will kickl off sooner or later than July 14th? What makes the most sense?

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  1. Bethany says

    This show is amazing. I didn’t get into it until they were about to wrap the first half of season 5 anyways. Then watched all 5 seasons in like 48 hours, and have done so again and again since. If they are like all the rest, this “premier” of the final episodes will not be until Fall, throwing everyone for a loop and angering fans to the point of boycotting AMC’s future tv options. I still don’t quite understand how exactly American Movie Classics count an episodic tv show (even one as great as this) as a Movie Classic??? But then again, 3/4 of the movies they play can only qualify for that name because the gross minority thinks of them as such. I didn’t find the show until so late in the game because I removed AMC from my list (and it is long) of considered channels to watch when their choice in movies became a joke within a joke. I will eagerly watch every episode of this show as long as they are not stupid enough to pit it against True Blood, or some other show that has a proven track record that they will air with some reliability. If they make that mistake, I will only watch On Demand, or better yet on Vudu, $2 and they never get the ratings or ad revenues again. :)

  2. Grandizer says

    Don’t really care.
    The show is awesome, makes the station oodles of money and yet they have the CRAPPIEST way of scheduling it. Reminds me of the reason I stopped caring for the Sopranos.
    Once this show is done, which I almost watch recorded now, I doubt I will need to bother with AMC again.

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