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AMC Are Hosting A ‘Breaking Bad’ Marathon To Celebrate Its 10th Birthday

I definitely wouldn’t miss this!

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If you haven’t heard of the TV show Breaking Bad, I can only assume that you have been living under a rock for the past few years. The show has been on air since 2008 and began to take off at the end of the fourth season. The views kept coming in through the fifth and sixth seasons, and now almost everybody has heard of it!

The last episode actually broke records when 10.3 million people tuned in to watch the season finale. This means that Breaking Bad had the third most-watched season finale in cable history!

Breaking Bad Marathon on AMC

Now AMC is hosting a Breaking Bad marathon to celebrate the show’s 10th birthday! The marathon will start on 31st December (from the first episode to the third episode of season two), and then will carry on each weekend until 29th January. This means that all 62 episodes of the series will be aired – sounds like the perfect time to start watching! The show follows the story of Walter White after he is diagnosed with lung cancer. When told he has two years left, he turns from being a respected chemistry teacher… to a life of crime.

AMC has already started advertising the event via Entertainment Weekly, where you can find a full schedule of what episode airs when.

Or if TV dramas aren’t your thing, you can check out my last article here!

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