The series is a visual treat, with meticulous attention to detail in cinematography and symbolism. Each frame is crafted with care, enhancing the storytelling experience and creating a visually stunning narrative.
Bryan Cranston's portrayal of Walter White and Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman are nothing short of phenomenal. The supporting cast is equally amazing and their performances contribute to the show's critical acclaim and numerous awards.
It is intentionally designed to start will a morally good, relatable character who slowly becomes more and more horrible until you are no longer rooting for the protagonist but against them. In the the end either you are with him or against him. There is no in-between.
It’s a real world where actions have consequences while your favorite characters sell drugs, pick up guns and shoot in the open and a criminal lawyer who goes all the way even if all the evidence is against you. It does keep you on the edge of your seat.
You'll open a new section of memes and Breaking Bad references all around you. You will also unlock another great series. Yes, I'm talking about Better Call Saul. You'll be rewarded in ways you never thought a TV show could reward you.
Created by Vince Gilligan, the writing in "Breaking Bad" is sharp, intelligent, and often poetic. The series has received widespread acclaim for its writing, with a narrative that unfolds like a well-crafted novel, keeping viewers hooked from start to finish.