AMC’s "Breaking Bad" has two episodes left. Fans are eagerly waiting to see what will be of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). As the anticipation builds, AMC released a new ad yesterday that reminded us of where it all began. The advertisement is a simple placement that thanked everyone (including the fans) who helped make the show a sensation.
The ad featured the iconic RV, where Walter White and Jesse Pinkman first cooked their famous blue meth. The copy reads,
“It was all in the chemistry. Thanks to everyone who made bad so good.”
Appropriately, the sun is setting in the desert landscape. This is fitting since most fans would agree the TV spectrum will be dim without new episodes of "Breaking Bad" in their lineup.
However, devotees do not have to fret. AMC decided to create a spinoff of "Breaking Bad." The new show is called “Better Call Saul.” It will feature Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), the crooked attorney who saved Walter White and Jesse Pinkman throughout their meth-cooking schemes.
Be sure to tune into AMC on Sept. 22 and 29 to watch the final two episodes.