Binge Watch This – Breaking Bad
In today’s society, people like everything in an instant. The way we also watch television has been changed by this attitude and it’s called binge watching. Basically, binge watching refers to the habit or the act of watching a certain television show or series non-stop. More often than not, many consumers and viewers aim to start and finish the whole season or franchise in a span of hours to a few days.
Thanks to streaming TV providers such as VIDGO TV, HULU and NETFLIX and a just a few dollars, we can experience hours of uninterrupted TV, movies, and videos. Because of this, it’s easy to become lost in a TV show for hours. Before you know it, you’re on the last episode of your new favorite show, and you’ve somehow managed to lose an entire weekend to warm embrace of your television screen. We’ve all been there.
If you’ve got a free weekend, or a few, and you still haven’t seen the AMC TV series Breaking Bad, then we think it’s time for a good, old fashioned binge-watch session.
Breaking Bad tells the story of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher battling lung cancer while managing his families financial crises. With the end in sight, he realizes that the only way to keep his family secure after his death is to produce and sell illegal drugs.Throughout the shows five seasons, viewers follow Walter and his involvement in the illegal trade.
After its debut on January 20, 2008, viewers and critics were instantly hooked. Plot-lines delved deeper into the brilliant, yet dark path of the protagonist. Both fans and critics appreciated how authentic and real-to-life the story and the storytelling is. Walter White’s complex character development and brilliant portrayal by Bryan Cranston, resonated with ordinary people and law-abiding citizens. The shows complex morality, engaging storytelling and great characters make Breaking Bad one of the best TV shows to Binge Watch ever. Plus, we can’t help but applaud how the show was constructed and produced seamlessly – from the cast, to the setting and production, to the script, and even the episode titles. The story, perfectly-knit, can make us laugh, love, and hate the characters and their circumstances.
Breaking Bad is a must-watch television show. It’s been awarded two Golden Globe Awards, four Television Critics Association Awards, and sixteen prime-time Emmy Awards. Clearly, this won’t be a waste of time, and at 69 hours, that’s incredibly impressive, to say the least.