Breaking Bad is finished — but a legal dispute over the way Apple sold the final season on iTunes is not.
Walther White’s lawyer is returning to the TV screen, and viewers in Europe and Latin America will get him exclusively via Netflix.
What happens when one of the most talked-about shows on television airs its final episode? For one thing, a lot of piracy.
You can open your eyes again: Tweets about Breaking Bad are now automatically filtered out, thanks to Spoilerfoiler.com.
Netflix lost the big prize for drama series when House of Cards, fell short — but it still came out on top because it distributes the winner.
Fans addicted to AMC’s meth-drama, Breaking Bad, claim Apple short-changed them when it sold them a “Season Pass” for the final season, but only gave them 8 of the 16 episodes.
Despite its availability just hours after (and, in one case, hours before) the U.S. premiere, Breaking Bad’s latest episode is on par trump the series’ piracy record.
Breaking Bad was a hit both in terms of rating and on Twitter, and yes there is a correlation.
The second half of the final season begins tonight. University of Oklahoma chemistry professor Donna Nelson, plus other experts, explained why meth really wouldn’t be blue and the best way to melt down a body.
Every single episode of the popular Netflix series that has aired will be available for viewing this weekend.