Breaking Bad Co-Executive Producer Tweets Finale News
AMC Extends Final Two Episodes of Breaking Bad to 75 Minutes
The Hollywood Reporter recently reported that Breaking Bad co-executive producer Peter Gould tweeted that the final 2 episodes of the series will be extended to 75 minutes including commercial breaks. Usually the show airs at 9 pm on Sunday nights, and that hasn’t changed. What has changed is that the show will now end at 10:15 instead of on the hour. If you are also a fan of AMC’s newest drama, Low Winter Sun, then you probably want to make sure to tune in to the cable network at 10:15 pm. Set your DVRs accordingly!
This change isn’t the only conflict regarding the final two episodes. If you are a fan of award shows you may find yourself having to make Sophie’s Choice (or DVRing one and watching the other live) when the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad airs opposite the Primetime Emmys on Sunday, September 22nd. The final episode will air on September 29th, so don’t forget! Last Sunday’s episode, “Ozymandias,” was the highest-rated episode ever with 6.4 million viewers, so the series will undoubtedly go out with a bang.
Breaking Bad Episode 5×15, “Granite State,” Airs Sunday, September 22nd at 9PM on AMC
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