AMC network has finally made ??a difficult decision to renew its award-winning drama series "Breaking Bad" Season 5 total of 16 episodes, while the season will be the end of this show
Earlier reports said the producers to give the play "Breaking Bad" to find a new owner, but according to several news sources said, AMC is already finished the bargain on Sunday. Final season will begin production in early 2012, but AMC has not yet given specific broadcast time. Drama executive producer Vince Gilligan said that he did not think "Breaking Bad" can be broadcast over five seasons. Just a few days before the fourth season launch, He also told reporters that the regular season will be longer than the last season. "I still think we gained a good season play, but I think it's safe the crew retired ,from this season there will have 13 episodes or longer Maybe," he said. "I think the story has been finished by far, or three-quarters have been finished."
AMC had cut its trump card play "The Walking Dead "and "Breaking Bad" production expenses,Just last month, the networks fired "The Walking Dead" original director, Frank Darabont. In recent weeks, AMC has forced Gillian and "Breaking Bad" producers Sony TV broadcast agreed to cut next season's total episodes(not the regular 13 episodes, but only 6-8 sets).