Final Two Episodes of Breaking Bad Will Be Extended to 75 Minutes Each
Fans of AMC’s Breaking Bad will be able to savor an additional 30 minutes of drama and anxiety before the hugely popular crime drama bows out for good. Co-executive Breaking Bad producer Peter Gould tweeted yesterday that the final two episodes of AMC’s most watched series will be stretched from its usual running time of one hour with commercials to an extended 75 minutes with commercials. This would imply that the channel’s heavily promoted Low Winter Sun, which usually airs right after Breaking Bad, will face either a reduction in airtime or will air without commercials for the next two weeks.
TV Guide has already confirmed the change in format, according to THR. For those of you who plan to record Breaking Bad in order to watch the 2013 Primetime Emmys that will overlap this Sunday night, be sure to adjust your DVR settings accordingly.
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