It certainly seems that way judging from the way social media blew up last night during the series finale. At one point my Facebook feed was 95% "Breaking Bad" related. I've never seen the show so I felt kinda left out. (sniffle, sob)
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I think in order to really appreciate this show, one has to watch it from the very beginning when the characters are being developed. I just think it is brilliant in every way!
Like you said, the subject matter didn't really interest me, but it was interesting to watch. Kept my interest going, always something new...not boring.
Watched all seasons on Netflix, awesome and funny too! Once you start you'll keep watching.
Once I "miss" the beginning of a series like this, I never have time to go back and get caught up. So I guess I just never bothered. Haha
"Walking Dead" is one of the few TV shows that I do watch regularly, the other being "The Simpsons." The jury's still out on whether I'll stick with "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.".
I also watched the pilot for S.H.I.E.L.D. The humor felt a little flat but the premise definitely has potential and I'm a sucker for all things super-hero so I'll probably keep watching to see if it gets good.
The Walking Dead is ok, but has nothing on Breaking Bad. BB is one of the best shows I've seen. But I agree with you, the appeal of the premises it's a personal matter. SoA has no appeal to me. Btw, BB is really more a drama than a crime show.
Whatever you do, don't try something new and/or outside of your comfort zone. I hear that is a terrible experience....
Very true. So many channels, so many programs, so little time!!
I'm more of a comedy person myself...but did find some humor in it. Watched all of BB on Netflix. It was different than my normal viewing.
I know the main "Breaking Bad" actor used to play the Dad on "Malcolm in the Middle," and that's the extent of my knowledge about the show. Haha
Really, I always liked that guy. Maybe in a few years I'll check it out.
Yep, and he was in Ben Affleck's Oscar winning movie "Argo" recently as well. When I saw him in that I said "Hey, it's Malcolm's Dad," whereas most people probably said "Hey, it's Breaking Bad guy!"