The end is near for Walter White, but it won’t come as quickly as we initially thought
“Breaking Bad” fans, rejoice; while your favorite show is coming to an end all too soon, there will be more of what’s left of it.
The final two episodes of the AMC meth drama have been extended, and will now run 75 minutes, when commercials are factored in.
Peter Gould, who’s served as a producer on the series and has written many “Breaking Bad” episodes — including “Granite State,” which premieres this Sunday — tweeted on Wednesday that the last two episodes have experienced a growth spurt.
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I checked & it’s official. Last 2 #BreakingBad eps are 75 minutes each w/commercials. Set your DVRS accordingly. Better still, watch live!
— petergould (@petergould) September 18, 2013
The most recently aired episode of the series, titled “Ozymandias,” set a ratings record for the series, drawing 6.4 million total viewers.