Breaking Bad is a morally compelling show
By Annabelle Wilkinson
“Breaking Bad” is the phenomenal five-season show that was created by Vince Gilligan and stars actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. The show started off with a small but steady fan base, but has since turned into the sixth most critically acclaimed show of all time after being nominated for 58 Emmys and taking home six.
The show will morally challenge viewers, as the writers do an incredible job with creating characters who walk the line of good vs evil. This show ran for 62 episodes and every single one is significant, as the creator went into “Breaking Bad” with a plan, and that shows through the meticulous and clever content produced.
I have personally fallen in love with this show as both Cranston and Paul give career–defining performances that pair perfectly with the intelligent and quick writing. This show is guaranteed to affect whoever watches it.
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