According to Aaron Paul of the hit TV series Breaking Bad the final season is the most sinister yet.
For those of you who are not familiar with the series he plays Jesse Pinkman, who is a gangster drug merchant with a superego, alongside companion, chemistry professor-turned-meth leader Walter White, otherwise known as Heisenberg, played by Bryan Cranston.
He has talked to Entertainment Weekly about the upcoming season and has explained to the magazine that the fans could expect that the episodes will be filled with conflicts, stating, “its just so raw and it doesn’t allow the audience to breathe”. The final episodes are promised to be it’s finest. With all the previous seasons this proves to be “the darkest one yet”.
Aaron has stated that he has mixed emotions with the show coming to an end. One of his Breaking Bad co-stars Dean Norris just said he got good vibes from filming an important scene with his role as Hank and Walter White played by Bryan Cranston. Aaron Paul also acknowledged that he got teary-eyed when he read the final script for the series. Paul and Cranston read the final script together at Cranston’s house, which was taped for a narrative that will be included in the box set when it’s released. At the conclusion, Cranston was directed to read “end of set.” They both looked at each other for 15 seconds and didn’t want to believe it’s over with tears in their eyes, Paul revealed.
The final season of Breaking Bad airs Sunday nights on AMC and is accessible to view in the UK on Netflix.
How many of you are Breaking Bad fans and is ready for the series to end?