Breaking Bad, in a five-season run that ended in 2013, grew from obscure oddity to one of the most celebrated, acclaimed television series of the Peak TV era. The AMC series, created by Vince Gilligan, told the story of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a sad-sack high school teacher who, after a cancer diagnosis, becomes an unlikely crystal meth kingpin. The series collected Emmy Awards, while also turning Cranston into a movie star for the first time in his 50s.
The series had a somewhat unlikely arc of popularity: It was generally low-rated in its early seasons, but became one of the …
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