Aaron Paul is offering fans of "Breaking Bad" a chance to watch the next episode of the show on the big screen. According to NWCN on Monday night (September 9), Paul made a post on Twitter stating that he had rented out the Egyptian Theatre in Downtown Boise, Idaho. His post read, "I rented out the Egyptian theater in downtown Boise to live stream the next episode. Who's coming with me? It's free. It's fun."
Paul plays Jesse Pinkman on the wildly successful AMC show and has already won two Emmy awards for the role. He has gained a lot of notoriety for the show and fans are very curious what the writers plan to do with his character during the final weeks it is on the air. The series finale of "Breaking Bad" is already scheduled to be on AMC at the end of September, leaving just a few episodes left.
The event itself will take place on Sunday (September 15) beginning at 7 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre on West Main Street. Tickets might be hard to get, though, as several local radio stations are going to be giving them out through promotions over the next week. Those radio stations are Mix 106, 103 Kiss FM, Wow Country 104, 107.9 Lite FM, and 580 KIDO.
For fans really interested in watching the next episode, this will give them a chance to see it through a live stream broadcast from the East Coast.
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