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Breaking Bad Season 5 Poster, AMC Synopsis: Released!

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Prepare to hail the king, Breaking Bad fans.

AMC has released the first official poster for season five of its award-winning drama and the accompanying tagline makes it very clear that Walter White - as he uttered to close the Breaking Bad Season 4 finale - really did win.

Breaking Bad Season 5 Poster

And how will that victory play out this summer, when the first set of the show's final 16 episodes premieres on July 15? According to the network press release...

His transformation from a well-meaning family man into Heisenberg, a ruthless drug kingpin, is almost complete. No longer under the thumb of a mastermind criminal, Walt now assumes the role of one himself, as he and Jesse look to build their own empire. Meanwhile, Skyler struggles with the reality of her husband’s new role and Hank works to wrap up his investigation of Gus’ business.

Leading into the premiere, viewers will be able a chance to catch up on every Breaking Bad episode, as AMC airs from seasons one through four late night, beginning on Sunday, June 10.

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I was just thinking the SAME thing!! ^
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Awesome new wallpaper just in time for the premiere!
And @jennifer, 1st post, I call BULLSHIT as well! How dare you leave us hangin', Mr. Gilligan?!! As much as I want to extend the show as long as possible, that's a tad too long to wait for a 2nd half of 1 season! Damn youse guys!

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FREAK'N REALLY....u are putting the second part out in the summer 2013???? Awwww....HELLto the NO! Y'all are ending a FABULOUS tv series...U CANNOT do this to ur DIE-HARD fans. If ur going out...then go out! Thats NOT cool to drag it out for another year!!! SERIOUSLY!! I CALL BULLSHIT!!!!

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I just found my new amazing wallpaper.

Breaking Bad Quotes

You're the smartest guy I ever met, and you're too stupid to see he made up his mind 10 minutes ago.

Hank

I watched Jane die. I was there, and I watched her die. I watched her overdose and choke to death. I could have saved her, but I didn't.

Walt
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