'Breaking Bad'

The final season of "Breaking Bad" spent a lot of time tearing down its lead character, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) -- rightfully so, given all the terrible things he had done. In a perverse sort of way, though, Walt got the happiest ending he could realistically expect, even if it only went a small way toward redeeming his many sins.

( AMC / March 26, 2014 )

The final season of "Breaking Bad" spent a lot of time tearing down its lead character, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) -- rightfully so, given all the terrible things he had done. In a perverse sort of way, though, Walt got the happiest ending he could realistically expect, even if it only went a small way toward redeeming his many sins.

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