TV AND FILM STREAMING SERVICE Netflix announced on Friday that it will air the final episodes of TV show Breaking Bad in the UK from 12 August, one day after they are shown in the US.
In what is probably the greatest news fans of the meth cooking TV drama have ever heard, Netflix said on Friday that it will show part two of Breaking Bad season five every Monday from 12 August. There will be a total of eight episodes before the show comes to an end and we finally find out what happens to Walt and Jesse.
The first episode of part two is titled "Blood Money" and it's decription reads, "As Walt and Jesse adjust to life outside of the business, Hank grapples with a troubling lead." We would tell you more, but we fear that reading on any further could lead to some unwelcome spoilers.
Creator of the show Vince Gilligan said, "Netflix has been instrumental in making Breaking Bad the success that it is - particularly in the UK and Ireland, where it has built an audience and become a huge phenomenon.
"I am delighted that fans there will be able to enjoy the end of Breaking Bad on Netflix so soon after it airs in the US."
Not only is Netflix's announcement good news for fans of Breaking Bad, it's also good news for the internet entertainment streaming service, which likely will see some new subscriptions once the show kicks off in two weeks.
For those who haven't watch it yet, all previous Breaking Bad episodes are already available on Netflix. We advise that you binge watch them all straightaway.
You can watch a recap of Breaking Bad season five part two below to get you started. µ
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