NME Festival blog: ‘Breaking Bad’ stars celebrate show’s 10 year anniversary
The cast of Breaking Bad has celebrated the 10th anniversary of the show.
The show, which ran for five seasons until 2013, first aired on January 20, 2008.
Marking the anniversary, many of the show’s star took to social media to reminisce about their time on the show as well as joking about how the US government shutdown coincided with the milestone.
US network AMC also posted a ‘birthday’ video to celebrate. Watch that below.
Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte has told NME he’d be interested in resuming his role as Walter White Jr if the show was ever to return.
Mitte said: “If the scripts were right and the money was right, why not? What’s the worst that could happen?”
Mitte admitted he was concerned at spoiling the impact of the series’ ending. He said: “We were lucky that we got to have a proper ending, and maybe we should keep it that way. Bringing Walt Jr back is an idea that’s beyond my control, but if they wanted to bring it back, why not? I don’t mind either way, as I’m working on so much right now, and that plays more on my mind.”
But Mitte did give his views on what his character would be up to now. He said: “I think Walt Jr would be in a very bad place right now. With all that happened to his father, he’d be having a hard time. I think it would be a hard world for his whole family.”
Straight from the NME
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