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Binge watchers rejoice! Big news for Breaking Bad

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The day has arrived! Netflix announced last month that it would be adding the final episodes of the highly addictive series Breaking Bad to its lineup on Feb. 24. The show has been incredibly popular, with even the president calling himself a fan. The show follows Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher who discovers a talent for cooking high-quality meth after being diagnosed with terminal cancer and wondering how to provide for his family. The 8 episodes to be added will make the entire series available for your binge-watching pleasure.

Feeling guilty about binge watching? Don't! The Independent recently classified binge watching as a "restorative experience," a term coined by University of Michigan psychologist Stephen Kaplan.

In even more good news, Netflix announced that it will be streaming Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad prequel slated to debut on AMC this fall.

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