With “Breaking Bad” being on hiatus until next year, news about the show is fairly scarce right now, but thanks to Aaron Paul we’ve learned that the scripts to the final season of the popular AMC series have finally started to be distributed to the actors and so far it’s said to be mind blowing.
Paul recently finished reading the first episode of the final season of “Breaking Bad” and while he wasn’t able to give any spoilers as to what’s going to happen to Walt and Jesse in that first episode, what he did say makes us tremble in our seats in excitement for what’s to come. Aaron posted a message on his Twitter account to tell fans how incredible the first episode script is, saying: “I just finished reading the first episode of the final season of Breaking Bad and words can not express what I just experienced. Holy s***. I’m telling you!! The tension in this episode alone made my head explode a little bit.”
If there was ever a more perfect word for what we expect to come from the final season of “Breaking Bad” it’s “tension”, especially when it comes to Jesse and Walt’s relationship. These two men have been through hell and back together, so it was a little sad (and also fairly liberating) to see Jesse make the decision to stop working with Walt and try to get his life back in order. Will Jesse be able to break free? Will Walt’s cancer return? Can Walt make amends with the people he’s hurt or is it too far gone? Hopefully these are some of the questions we will get answers for next year.
“Breaking Bad” the final season won’t be back on the air until July 2013, so fans have a pretty long wait to see how the whole thing will end, and with only 8 episodes left to tie everything up it’s likely that they will be jam packed with action, emotion and of course meth.
Looking for more “Breaking Bad” news? Read what Bryan Cranston had to say about Walt’s evolution through the series.