Breaking Bad First Look: Tension-Filled Season 5 Trailer Is Menacingly Good

It’s only a matter of time before everything blows to holy hell on AMC’s Breaking Bad. And that tension — of knowing, as Mike (played by Jonathan Banks) tells Walt (Bryan Cranston), that the drug king is “a time bomb tick-ticking away” — is present in every moment of the newly released official trailer for the fifth and final season, premiering Sunday, July 15.

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Also featured: guns, flames, Jesse, money, more guns, actual explosions and Walt menacingly growling, “We’re done when I say we’re done.” Bodes well for the drama’s ultimate outing, no?

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  1. ScrubsGuy says:

    7/15/12 – Let’s get cookin’!

  2. Chelle says:

    So does anyone know if the last season is being split in two or aired all the way through?

  3. Sarabi says:


  4. Britta Unfiltered says:

    I was rewatching the episode last night where Walter is laying on the ground in the basement laughing maniacally while the camera dolly moves up and then he suddenly goes silent and lays there like a dead guy in the dirt. From that memorable image, I truly believe this series has to end with Walter dead in a dark desert. If it doesn’t happen, I’ll be disappointed. I also think it could be Pinkman that kills him, as the once sensitive Pinkman has become a lot hardened over the years, and killing his father figure seems oddly appropriate.
    Another prediction I have for this year…I think one of Walter’s kids needs to die, because they are true innocents, and when people start going down these kinds of crime roads, innocents are always caught in the crossfire. Walter will see it as a biblical “sins of the father” kind of thing and break down over it, but that will only make him more evil. Or I think his son has to learn what his dad is up to this season, and maybe wants to help with the business. Walter won’t like it at first, but then will see it as a twisted way to bond with his kid.

    • michael b says:

      dude ur retarted, do u even watch the show, none of any of that makes any sense, why would walt die in the desert and why would pinkman kill him, and u really think walts mentally challenged son who is hellla young is gonna start cooking meth with walt? ur stupid man

      • Aaron T says:

        That’s really unnecessary – you may not think any of these theories are right but you don’t need to get personal about it. I actually think some of these theories make sense but it’s not even worth arguing with you about it.

        • art burton says:

          He”walt” only killed one king,
          He still has the cartel to deal
          with and pinkman would never kill
          Walt after the death of Gus,,,
          that would solidify there arrangement don’t u think,,
          The logical ending would be that Walt succumbs to cancer and his family lives with his piles of cash
          He made for them…

  5. CallSaul says:

    Cancer will kill him! Or Hank will catch finally catch him.

  6. Kanacho says:

    Gus’s family will come back with a revenge !

  7. Tommy2tone says:

    Hank will catch him but Hank will protect him because he is family !