AMC Announces The Return of ‘Breaking Bad’

This summer, Walter White cooks up a new batch of trouble in the fourth season of AMC's hit series.

Blair Marnellby Blair Marnell

Almost a year ago on "Breaking Bad," former high school teacher turned illegal drug maker, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his partner Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) were left in a bit of a bind.

In order to keep the local drug lord, Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) from executing both of them, Walt told Jessie to kill Walt's rival, Gale (David Costabile). And in the last moments of the third season, Jessie took his shot before the episode abruptly ended.

But now "Breaking Bad" is almost ready to return. AMC has announced that the fourth season will premiere on Sunday,  July 17 at 10PM PT/ET. And to get fans back in the mood for the series, the network also released this trailer to mark the occasion.

 


The early seasons of "Breaking Bad" have been highly acclaimed by critics and also landed Cranston three best actor Emmys in a row, along with one supporting actor Emmy for Paul last year. If you haven't seen the series before, AMC will be airing every episode of the first three seasons in its late night programing starting on July 5. The third season will also be available On Demand starting on June 20.

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