New season will have 13 one-hour episodes
"Breaking Bad," yet another AMC series with which we are obsessed, will be back July 17.
The network announced that the show will return in its traditional Sunday, 10 p.m. timeslot for 13 one-hour episodes in its fourth season.
Bryan Cranston has won three consecutive best dramatic actor Emmys for his portrayal of chemistry teacher turned meth-maker Walter White, and Aaron Paul won the supporting dramatic actor nod last year for his turn as drug-dealer Jesse Pinkman.
The network also announced that the show's third season will be released on DVD on Tuesday, June 7. AMC will also air every episode of the show's first three seasons beginning Tuesday, July 5, and will make all episodes of the show's third season available on demand from June 20 through July 17.
AMC also said AMCTV.COM will continue the interactive "Breaking Bad" graphic novel, starring Paul's character Jesse Pinkman. It also features an interactive case file with crime scene evidence examined by DEA agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris).
Finally, the network has premiered its first teaser for the new season. Check it out: