Watch: Breaking Bad series 5 finale teaser
Wednesday 31 July 2013
Breaking Bad will begin its long-awaited series finale in August, but fans hoping to glean any more information won’t get much from this teaser of the final episode.
Named ‘Ozymandias’ after a Percy Bysshe Shelley poem about the falling of kings, the trailer shows footage of the desert to the ominous sound of a heartbeat, with Walter White’s recitation of the Shelley poem.
The first half of the fifth and final season of the drama was aired in the UK in September, leaving fans with a cliff-hanger when it appeared White- the show’s teacher-turned-drug maker- may finally have been discovered by his drug detective brother-in-law.
The final episodes of Breaking Bad will be available in the UK on Netflix weekly from 12 August.
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