Episode 3 airs Sunday, July 31
High school chemistry teacher Walter White learns he has terminal lung cancer. In order to secure his family’s financial future, he teams up with Jesse Pinkman, a former student, to make meth in an RV.
When their first distributor, Krazy-8, tries to double-cross them, Walt kills his right-hand man Emilio with a chemical explosion and later strangles Krazy-8 himself in Jesse’s basement.
Jesse flees to his parents’ house to seek refuge from the recent horrors, but is kicked out when his parents discover a joint — which in fact belongs to his younger brother.
Walt starts chemotherapy and tells his pregnant wife, Skyler, that he agreed to let Elliott, his wealthy former colleague, help with payments. In fact, he is paying with meth profits.
Catch the all-new episode Sunday, Sept. 11
Emmy r Award winner Bryan Cranston stars as Walter White, a down-on-his-luck chemistry teacher struggling to make ends meet for his wife (Anna Gunn) and physically challenged son (RJ Mitte). Everything changes when Walter receives a startling diagnosis: terminal lung cancer. With only a few years to live and nothing to lose, Walter uses his training as a chemist to cook and sell crystal meth with one of his former students (Aaron Paul). As his status grows, so do his lies, but Walt will stop at nothing to make sure his family is taken care of after he's gone, even if it means putting all their lives on the line. Executive produced by Vince Gilligan and Mark Johnson.
Episode 2 airing Sunday, July 24!
Watch an exclusive clip from the second season of AMC's 'Breaking Bad' on DVD.
Catch the all-new episode Sunday, Sept. 18
The conflict within Walt as he transforms into a criminal
New Episode airs September 25 at 10pm
Season 4 of Breaking Bad premieres July 17 on AMC.
Cast member Bryan Cranston (Walter White) and series creator/executive producer Vince Gilligan discuss different versions contemplated in the shocking death of Jane Margolis (played by Krysten Ritter) in Season 2. Vince talks about the show's sharp edges.
The Breaking Bad co-stars discuss the dark opening to season 4: Walt affirms his loyalty to Jesse while Gus takes care of unfinished business with an unexpected move. Will Walt be next?
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