Breaking Bad Finale- Fans React To The End Of A Phenomenal Series (Tweets)

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Sameera Ehteram
Judging by its fan following and all the amount of hype surrounding it, Breaking Bad seems to be the king of all the crime dramas.

Good Bye Breaking Bad

Judging by its fan following and all the amount of hype surrounding it, Breaking Bad seems to be the king of all the crime dramas.

Created and produced by Vince Gilligan in 2008, Breaking Bad is the story of a struggling high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with incurable lung cancer at the beginning of the series. He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling methamphetamine, in order to secure his family's financial future before he dies.

It starred Bryan Cranston as the doomed teacher and Aaron Paul as his former student.

The last episode of the fifth and final season aired on September 29, 2013.

As James Poniewoziksaid, the last episode, Felina,“was true to the five seasons that preceded it, true to Walter White’s obsessions and pride, and true to what Breaking Bad is at heart: a Western. As in the song “El Paso,” the protagonist (I’m not going to say hero) rode back to town, faced his enemies, said his goodbyes, and died. A Western is meant to go out with a bang, and Breaking Bad went out with about 40 of them per second (plus a dose of ricin).

Needless to say, its cast as well and fans have been praising, lamenting, already missing, and in short, flooding the internet with their feelings as the 5-year series came to an end.

And finally, an artistic fan’s tribute:

Though many criticized it’s ending, perhaps the best thing about Breaking Bad was that it ended, unlike many other series that just drag on and on based on star power and eventually lose their plot and substance.

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