Fan Edit Turns ‘Breaking Bad’ Into Single Film

Above: Now you can see Walt and Jesse's story in two short hours
Above: Now you can see Walt and Jesse's story in two short hours

There’s a very good reason as to why many people call this era, the golden age of television. A slew of cable networks and streaming services are now devoting more time and money into cinematic-level productions, and the results really speak for themselves. Whether it be a show, miniseries, or TV movie, the small screen is absolutely littered with incredible content right now. Sure, that means a ton of amazing shows are just waiting to be binged, but the human body can only watch so many things at once. You may be all caught up on Game of Thrones and House of Cards, but chances are you’re behind on at least one must-watch series. You know, that one show your friends keep bugging you to binge? For many, that required viewing may be AMC classic, Breaking Bad. If for some reason you are a part of the latter group, we may have some good news for you.

The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning juggernaut, Breaking Bad, produced 62 episodes in a span of 5 seasons. For the uninitiated, that amount of time may seem like a daunting task to tackle head-on. Binge-watching any show is a major commitment, even if your pals motivate you by calling Breaking Bad one of the best shoes ever – for the record, your pals aren’t wrong. It may sort of qualify as cheating, but what if we told you that you could watch all 62 episodes of the series in just one sitting? Well, thanks to a rogue Vimeo user, you can catch up on the show in an easy 127 minutes. If you’re still behind on the drama and would like to remedy that problem, watch the fan edit below.

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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