AMC Will Supersize Final Two Episodes of Breaking Bad

Each episode will run 75 minutes

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Correction appended: Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013

Breaking Bad fans get to postpone their farewells a little bit longer. The final two episodes of the hit AMC drama will run 75 minutes*, tweeted writer and co-executive producer Peter Gould on Wednesday.

A quick look at AMC.com confirms that Low Winter Sun, the show slated to follow Breaking Bad for the next two weeks, will start at 10:15 p.m. rather than 10 p.m.

Breaking Bad‘s latest episode, “Ozymandias,” drew 6.4 million viewers, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Its final two episodes will air September 22 and 29.

* Correction: This article originally stated the final two Breaking Bad episodes would air for 75 minutes without commercials. They will, in fact, include commercials.

[Hollywood Reporter]

5 comments
Heisenberg2
Heisenberg2

Are they commercials for that crazy haired ambulance chaser Saul Goodman, again? Something not right about that guy...

PacoLozano
PacoLozano

Yes Time can you fix your title and info please?  These are 75 minute episodes WITH commercials.  Your info is INCREDIBLY misleading and awful and painfully disappointing for all Breaking Bad fans.  Get it right!!

KWAPT
KWAPT

Gould tweeted "75 minutes w/commercials." Meaning with commercials. This will be like Super Bowl ad ratings too so I can't see them wasting an opportunity to make that much ad $$$$. But I'm excited regardless.

BradleyWCorbett
BradleyWCorbett

Doesn't w/ mean with and w/o mean without? I would read that as 75 minutes with commercials. Either way, I'm excited! :D