Why I’m leaving ‘Breaking Bad’ for the Netflix series ‘Better Call Saul’
The network announced Wednesday that it is dropping the series’ Breaking Bad spinoff from its lineup.
The network’s decision is part of a broader trend of the network’s move toward more original programming, including original dramas, comedy, and movies.
The network announced the move to show a new spinoff of Breaking Bad that is the spinoff version of a show that has become the standard for new dramas and comedies.
It is no longer part of the series.
Breaking Bad spinoffs, or spinoffs in other words, are now a regular part of its lineup, with shows like The Big Bang Theory, Person of Interest, and, most recently, Brooklyn Nine-Nine joining the mix.
In the original series, Walter White is a drug dealer in a fictional town called Albuquerque.
It was one of the first TV shows to tell a story that wasn’t based in a specific time period, and it is the series that set the standard in the genre for spinoffs that were mostly about the main characters and the main plotline.
“It’s been a pleasure to serve our fans and our community of characters, and I know we will continue to do so in the future,” Breaking Bad showrunner Vince Gilligan said in a statement.
Better Call’s Saul Goodman is the lead protagonist of the show.
As a spinoff, it had its own problems, like the series being canceled for a third time last season.
But it was still a huge hit, and fans have loved seeing the spinoffs evolve over the years.
When AMC released its fourth season of Breaking Out, its series was up for a Primetime Emmy nomination.
This season, the show won for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, but it also earned an Outstanding Writing Emmy nomination for its first season, for “Breaking Bad: The Lost and Found.”
The series also won another Primetime Oscar for Best Drama Series for its second season.