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Breaking Bad season opener could have death


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Breaking Bad season opener could have death

Star of the hit TV show Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston, who plays Walt in the show, has suggested that the season opener to the latest season could see one of the characters die. He hinted that the death could even come in the first ten minutes of the season premiere.
Bryan said, "There is always a chance that [Jesse, played by Aaron Paul] may not make it. Without giving away too many details, there is a character on our show that will not survive the first episode. How about that for a teaser?" He also revealed how impressed he is with the shows continued “greatness.”
Cranston said, "Season four has been masterfully written by [creator] Vince Gilligan and his writing staff. To churn out the agony and the ecstasy of these characters? It's like a well-crafted tragedy. It keeps getting tighter and tighter. This life that Walter White has chosen is fraught with complications and tension. And it's so exciting to watch it all play out." The new season of Breaking Bad starts on July 17.
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