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The End Of The Era Left Breaking Bad Star With An Uneasy Feeling

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09/29/2013 8:09 pm
PopWrapped | Television
The End Of The Era Left Breaking Bad Star With An Uneasy Feeling
Media Courtesy of AMC

Kate McHale

Staff Writer

All great things must come to an end, just ask the Breaking Bad fans. A show that began in early 2009 with very few expectations is leaving fans wanting more, and Betsy Brandt “feeling sick.” Brandt who plays Marie Schrader, the sister-in-law to show lead and methamphetamine dealer Walter White (Bryan Cranston), could not shake the sick feeling while filming the final episodes. As fans grow to love, and even hate certain characters, making it hard for us to let go of certain television shows, but few people consider what it is like for the actors involved in the shows.  While filming, these actors truly become a family; there is a certain attachment and comradery established between cast mates and crew.  Brandt explained to Access Hollywood that, “There were days shooting- these last eight episodes especially- I just feel sick. My chest would get all tight and I just felt awful.” It is safe to say that her role in this show has not only had an impact on viewer, but also herself. Brandt went on to say, “After we’d get a take then I’d just sort of start sobbing because you gotta get it out before you go home.”  It’s hard to imagine what kinds of emotions the Breaking Bad cast members have been going through with the end drawing near. While all of the Breaking Bad fans are anxiously awaiting the final episode tonight Brandt does promise the series finale is “the perfect ending for the show.”  It is safe to assume that no one thought a show about an ex teacher turned drug dealer would become what is heralded as one of the greatest television shows of all time. Breaking Bad has won a total of ten Primetime Emmy Awards, including three Best actor wins for Bryan Cranston, and Best Drama Series. There is very little doubt that the series finale will on that is talked about well after the screen fades to black. Tune in tonight at 9pm on AMC to watch the much awaited Breaking Bad series finale.  


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