The Final Season Of Amc 's Emmy Award Winning Drama Breaking Bad Finally
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The final season of AMC’s Emmy Award-winning drama Breaking Bad finally comes to an end with a catastrophic, but beautiful ending with no loose ends left behind. The series finale was the third-highest viewed series finale with an audience of 10.3 million just behind Sex and the City and The Sopranos respectively. While that alone is a jaw dropper, it doesn’t account for the other side of Breaking Bad fans that took different measures to watch the final episodes. More than half a million downloads of the finale through torrents were completed within 12 hours of broadcast. With such high ratings, it’s safe to say audiences enjoyed the story of a mere high school teacher turned into the kingpin of the drug world. Set in Albuquerque, New…show more content… Skyler (Walt’s wife) continues to help Walter cover up their tracks, but sends the kids off to her sister’s home in order to keep them safe as she sees Walt becoming more and more dangerous. Skyler is not the only one who sees this, however, Jesse Pinkman (Walter’s former chemistry student and partner) quits the business due to the overwhelming amount of guilt he feels due to the countless deaths and brutality he witnessed and took part of, caused directly through Walt’s actions.
When Jesse finds out that Walter manipulated him in order to help heighten his power, he teams up with Hank Schrader (Walter’s brother-in-law who’s in the DEA) in order to bring Walt down. When Walt is discovered, he escapes and relocates to New Hampshire. Close to a year later, Walt returns to Albuquerque in order to say goodbye one last time and to save Jesse from his terrible fate as a slave to make meth for the rival drug dealers the Nazis, as he is the only one, besides Walt, who can make almost pure meth. The final minutes of the series start with Walter saying goodbye to his wife, telling her the truth as to why he continued in the drug trade. “I did it for me. I liked it. I was good at it. And I was really…I was alive” (Genius). Walt then helps Jesse escape by killing his captives; they both then part ways after the bloodbath is over. Jesse then drives away