Breaking Bad Title Sequence Breaking Bad is an American television drama series created and produced by Vince Gilligan.
Set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Breaking Bad revolves around Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a struggling high school chemistry teacher with a teenage son who has cerebral palsy (RJ Mitte), and a pregnant wife, Skyler (Anna Gunn). Breaking Bad has received widespread critical acclaim, particularly for its writing and Cranston's performance on the show, and has won several Emmy Awards, including three consecutive Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series wins for Bryan Cranston as well as an Outstanding Supporting Actor win for Aaron Paul. In July 2011, Gilligan indicated that he intended the series to finish with the fifth season. Gilligan casted Bryan Cranston for the role of Walter White because of the fact that he had worked with him in a sixth season episode of The X-Files. The credits feature symbols of chemical elements from the Periodic Table in green (for example, the symbols Br and Ba for bromine and barium in Breaking Bad and the symbol Cr for chromium in Created by Vince Gilligan). Breaking Bad's episode titles typically relate to the events of the episode, a quote from another source, or a common expression.

Breaking Bad has received critical acclaim in addition to numerous awards and nominations, including seven Emmy Awards. When the already tense White is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, he breaks down and turns to a life of crime, producing and selling crystal methamphetamine with his former student, Jesse (Aaron Paul), in a desire to secure his family's financial future while avoiding detection from his DEA agent brother-in-law, Hank (Dean Norris). Cranston played a man with a terminal illness who took the X-Files protagonist Fox Mulder hostage. The concept was that after Pinkman had been killed off, that this would be a plot device to plague the main protagonist with guilt. The credits at the beginning of the show usually continue this, with cast members' names usually including one chemical element symbol if appropriate. While watching the news along with his family and friends on his 50th birthday, namely a segment on a methamphetamine drug bust, he discovers the amount of profit in the meth business. Sony then approached other networks to pick up the show if a deal could not be made with AMC, but on August 14, 2011, AMC renewed the series for 16 episodes.

However, by the second episode of the first season, Gilligan was so impressed with Paul's performance that he recognized it would be a "colossal mistake" to kill off the character. The concept of the RV emerged as Gilligan talked with his fellow writer Thomas Schnauz regarding their unemployment. Breaking Bad is shot in 35 mm film, and reportedly costs $3 million per episode to produce.

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