A final season of “Breaking Bad” has been announced by the Walt Disney Co. in an episode that will air in 2019, after an 18-month hiatus.
The first season of the AMC series, which ran for 12 seasons on AMC from 2009 to 2013, was one of the best in recent memory.
It brought the drug cartels and their powerful drug cartels to the center of the action and introduced new characters such as Jesse Pinkman and Walter White.
Season 2 of the show is set to premiere on AMC on May 13, 2019.
The show has been the subject of many discussions as to whether Walt Disney Studios could be sold to another media company and whether Walt would have to sell off the company to pay off the debts of his former business partners, including his sister and brother-in-law, who also owned Walt Disney Pictures.
The Walt Disney Company announced that it would not be selling any assets and that the show would not return for another season.
The move comes as Walt Disney is facing a barrage of negative reviews from critics, as well as fans, after the recent release of the sixth season of his movie “Alice Through the Looking Glass” and a host of negative reactions to his films “Beauty and the Beast” and “Zootopia.”
According to the official Walt Disney World website, “Breaking” will air on AMC starting in 2019.
A post on the official website read, “As part of our commitment to bringing ‘Breaking Bad’ to the world, we are releasing the first episode of season two on AMC.
We are extremely proud of the incredible work of our writers, producers and cast, and we are excited to continue to bring ‘Breaking Walter’ to life on the big screen.”
The episode will be produced by Lionsgate, which has produced the previous six seasons of “Beverly Hills Cop,” “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Breaking Out,” “Lone Survivor,” “A Most Violent Year” and other movies.