‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5, Part 2 Trailer: Classic Walter White

Published 2 years ago by , Updated May 6th, 2014 at 9:56 am,

Breaking Bad is returning for the final half of season 5, thereby ending showrunner Vince Gilligan’s landmark crime-drama series, about one man’s descent from a place of decency and honor down into a blood-soaked pit of drugs, violence and ambition.



When last we saw Walter White (Bryan Cranston), it seemed as though he had made it clear from the possible legal/criminal fallout from the collapse of Gus Fring’s drug empire, with money in his pocket to spare. Walt even seemed ready to call it quits on the drug game, at the behest of his wife Skylar (Anna Gunn); all in all, things seemed to be getting back to normal for the whole White family. That is, until Walt’s brother-in-law (and DEA agent) Hank (Dean Norris) finally arranged the many pieces of the puzzle together, realizing that Walt is the kingpin he’s been after all along.

Breaking Bad Season 5 Part 2 Fan poster By CAMW1N Breaking Bad Season 5, Part 2 Trailer: Classic Walter White

We’ve heard big things about the Breaking Bad finale, but even this final trailer reveals nothing of substance regarding the final episodes – just a video montage of pivotal discussions of morality from throughout the season. The “Say My Name” quote from season 5 part 1 episode 7 (it’s like these things are barcoded) is no doubt the crowning jewel – and really, why show us anything, anyway? Anyone who’s been a fan of the series thus far is already chomping at the bit to find out the final fate of Heisenberg.


Breaking Bad season 5 part 2 premieres on AMC on Sunday August 11, 2013.

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  1. I absolutely love this show! I can’t wait to see how it all ends, I’m sure they’ll do it right! :)

    • I agree. There’s been nary a misstep on this show. Not one episode I can say was sub par.

  2. i came

    • Glad I wasn’t the only one.

  3. Sunday cant come fast enough!!

  4. The video cannot be view from your location, fml

    • Use Spotflux to bypass it. I just watched the video from the UK using it.

  5. Kind of a lame excuse for a trailer. No new footage at all? C’mon!

    • +1

    • I actually appreciate the lack of new footage…
      Plus, can you imagine the Internet dissection that would take place of every frame?
      It would be nuts. ;)

  6. Gonna be AWESOME!!!!!

  7. That blended picture is creepy

  8. Not available in my location? Racists.

    • It’s called Season Five, Part II because that’s what it is. The second half of season 5. This isn’t season six.

        • It’s season 5 part II. There called mid-season finales, it’s nothing new. These episodes were already written, they just split it up because this is the last season, and want to you out on a bang.

        • they’re called mid-season finales for a reason.

            • Lol. You just don’t want to give up.

              A midseason finale is when they split an entire season in half and air the second half at a later date. It’s nothing new. Get over it.

              • Lol. Just give it up.

                A midseason finale is when they split an entire season in half and air the second half at a later date. It’s nothing new. Google it.

                  • lol, stubborn guy you are.

                    • Not stubborn. Right. Makes things easy.

                  • Call it season six all you want, but just know that you will be alone on that one.

                    • Enjoy the Kool-Aid

                  • *yawn*

                    last response. You aren’t right. You’re just confused about something everybody else understands. Mid-season finales have been occurring all throughout the decade. Splits a season in half, and the last episode of the first half is the mid-season finale. It’s main purpose is to create hype. If you can’t understand that, then whatever.

                    • Errr. No. A small break in a season is, indeed, a hype building machine. Production continues and the episodes are banked. Twenty years working on tv shows tells me this. This is a year off. With no shooting, and, in fact with no scripts. It’s a new season. Being alone doesn’t make you wrong. You’re saying this is 5.2 because you read it on the internet. A pedantic, smug air isn’t earned from that font of knowledge. Yawn away.

                    • So…Uh, the Internet, then? Check.

              • Yeah, no. A midseason finale is when the network banks the shows for a time to build some hype while the show continues to shoot. The episodes then are able to be tweaked and fussed with for a while.
                That didn’t happen here.

                The office was closed, everyone went away. The writers stopped writing, the producers stopped producing. THe better part of a year passed. Then they all got back together and opened everything up again. That’s a new season of television. Giving up when you’re right is dumb. I’m right. Doesn’t make the show any worse, just makes what they’re saying not correct. It makes what you think also not correct. Have a good day.

  9. it didn’t really gave us any new footage

    • They don’t need to show new footage, people are going to watch anyways

    • they’re called mid-season finales for a reason.

      • I replied to the wrong person again. The mobile site just isn’t for me.

  10. The “Say my name” piece is fascinating. My theory has long been that Walt dies, but dies a good man. ‘Heisenberg’ will live on however as a spook story, a ‘Keyser Soze’ fairytale if you like.

    The one thing I’ve been thinking about the most since last seasons finale other than Hank’s discovery is that Walt seemed to “get out” of the business way to easy…
    He was making a lot of people a lot of money that I’m sure they’re going to miss and won’t be happy about loosing.
    So along with Hank’s discovery could there be other problems on the horizon for Walt??
    I’d be surprised if there wasn’t because Vince Gilligan and the writers have done a masterful job of keeping loose ends in check so far and I expect that’s going to be addressed.
    Can’t Wait!!!


  13. Never said it was season 5 part 2, but that doesn’t make it season six. The final episodes is what it is and should be called. No need to be stubborn friend.

    • No. You’re right there. I give you “The final episodes”. Again. Not stubborn. If you were to stop responding, so would I. You can call it whatever you’d like. The show is a great show. It’s been wonderful. I just prefer to be accurate.

  14. There is a scene in the trailer, for a second when someone gets set on fire is that new footage? if not what episode is it?

    • That’s from Season 5 Episode 8 “Gliding All Over”.

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