According to numerous online sources, including Google and Yahoo, “Breaking Bad” and “Duck Dynasty Halloween costumes are extremely popular in 2013 and quickly selling out. “Breaking Bad” recently ended its 5-season run, but people still can’t get enough of Walt and Jesse. Metro posted on Oct. 16, “There will likely be a fair few Jesse and Walts from ‘Breaking Bad’ at Halloween parties this year and even a few Hectors and Guses.” According to Google, “Breaking Bad” and “Duck Dynasty” costume searches are up 30% this Halloween.
The “Breaking Bad” store offers a hazmat suit for $49.99 – but as of Oct. 18, it’s completely sold out. To make your own “Breaking Bad” Halloween costume, this website offers suggestions and instructions to head out as Walter White, Heisenberg, Jesse Pinkman, Skyler White, Hector Salamanca or Gustavo.
For more family-certified, redneck approved Halloween looks, A+E Networks Consumer Products and In Character Costumes are selling three new costumes from “Duck Dynasty.” The "Willie" and "Phil" adult costumes (one size fits most, ages 14+) includes a special "Duck Dynasty" camouflage vest, a beard and patriotic bandana with an attached wig. The "Uncle Si" (one size fits most, ages 14+) includes a "Duck Dynasty" camouflage vest and cap with an attached wig, beard and glasses. The costumes are currently available nationally at Wal-Mart and Party City and online at Buycostumes.com. Prices range from $29.98 to $39.98.
The “Breaking Bad” series finale smashed all records by drawing in 10.3 million viewers. Although it’s no longer on the air with new episodes, the series “will not only be remembered as a TV drama that went out on top - creatively, and in terms of popularity - but possibly as a game-changer for underdog TV shows,” as reported by "Entertainment Weekly.” Episodes from seasons 1-4 and the first part of season 5 are available on Netflix.
New episodes of the fourth season of “Duck Dynasty” air every Wednesday night on A&E. The premiere became the number one nonfiction series telecast in cable history with 11.8 million viewers tuning in. The Robertsons will celebrate Halloween with a costume party on a new episode that airs on Oct. 25. The Duck Commander warehouse is transformed into a haunted house and everyone dresses up in costumes. For a sneak peek, head to Starcasm.
For more popular Halloween costumes in 2013, check out the above video by Hollyscoop.
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