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Bryan Cranston says BREAKING BAD Finale is 'Roller-Coaster'

September 6
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Bryan Cranston says BREAKING BAD Finale is 'Roller-Coaster'

In an article from Digital Spy, Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston says that he views the final eight episodes of AMC's acclaimed drama Breaking Bad as "roller coaster ride." He goes on to say that the ending is "exactly what [he] had hoped for."

The final season of AMC's award-winning series Breaking Bad began its final group of episodes on August 11th, and stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, and Dean Norris.

Created and produced by Vince Gilligan, Cranston stars as Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher in Albuquerque, New Mexico who, after learning that he's dying of lung cancer, begins to secretly cook crystal meth as a means of providing for his family.

For the full Digital Spy story, click here.

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