I’m starting to get a little worried about the time it may take to get back into the swing of things. I’m not getting back into the swing at all.
Although there are some reports floating around that we were cancelled (in part because of the release of the next game in the series), we’re actually already hard at work on the game, which is why we didn’t mention it. We haven’t even started the story yet. We’re still looking for a publisher and hope to have a release date soon, so don’t expect to see us on Netflix anytime soon.
Well, just when you thought that the cancellation of the original show couldn’t possibly have anything to do with the fact that we would be bringing the series back in 2010, we were informed that we were not going to be doing any more episodes, so it seems we’re back to being in the dark ages for now.
The good news is that we would still be able to watch old episodes, just not as regularly. And hey, maybe the original cast would get a chance to play themselves again.
It’s not the end of the world, but to be honest we’re not sure how much of it will be canon anymore, as well. This was a season of TV that was supposed to be about a time loop and being trapped in a time loop, but the show was cancelled because it wasn’t strong enough.
Season 5 of Breaking Bad is a series that really started to get weaker towards the end and the show’s finale was such a disappointment. The show was on its last legs and the show’s finale was so poorly written and acted that it made it so much worse. The characters were in such a state of despair that it was almost as if someone left the set and left one of their actors in the middle of the series, and this wasnt good for the character development.
Season 5 of Breaking Bad was the first season that made me question my life choices. I was a fan of the show going back to the beginning of the series and even watching the first two episodes of season 1. The plot was so poor that I still feel as if I am watching the first episode of season 2. The show was so bad that Season 2 was the first season I watched that I could no longer watch the series.
The problem with Breaking Bad, aside from the plot problems, is that the show was so bad that it had a habit of killing off many of its characters. After the first three seasons I was able to watch the remaining four seasons and was able to understand why the show was so bad.
The biggest problem with Breaking Bad is that unlike most of the other shows of its type, the show was able to consistently kill off a lot of its characters. The reason for this is because the show’s writers knew how to write a show. They knew how to make a show about meth labs and murder and a large part of that is because they knew how to write a show.
For the same reason, for most of the shows that don’t kill off their characters, their writing is so poor. The reason I say this is because the writing in the show is so bad that it makes the show virtually unreadable. It’s like watching someone make a long-winded, inane argument about the nature of time.