A television series based on a book written by white house aide, Albuquerque author Walter White has become one of the most popular shows in the history of cable television. The reason for this is its gritty portrayal of the life of a low class family living in the rural west. The show’s protagonist, a methamphetamine-making member of congress, becomes an almost invincible crime boss targeting those who aren’t on his payroll.
A Brief Background On Walter White
Walter White was born in Albuquerque and grew up on an estate near what is now the site of the White House. He attended the private boarding school maintained by the governess as a young man. He later became known as a rodeo bull rider and rodeo wrestler. The show ended after two seasons, when the show’s creator agreed that there wasn’t enough political intrigue in the show to make a successful third season.
The 3rd Season Gets Cancelled
Since the cancellation of the third season, fans have been anxiously waiting for the release of the fourth season which finally debuted last Tuesday night. The premiere attracted record numbers and quickly made Walter White House the most popular place around town. Several television networks expressed interest in picking up the series and several viewers are tuning into the series just to catch up on what has become one of the most popular shows on cable television. In order to get a better idea about what to expect for the fourth season of Breaking bad, read on for more information about how the show progresses and where fans can go to get updated news about the whereabouts of their favorite characters.
Since the third season of Breaking Bad was canceled after the third season, fans have been anxiously waiting to find out what happens to Walter White. The fourth season picks things back up and gives viewers something to look forward to each week. Here are some of the more exciting things to expect from the upcoming season of Breaking Bad:
An additional episode with the infamous “NAB” shooter will air. The third season featured an entire episode focusing on the methamphetamine-making character Juan Melendez. After shooting a federal agent, he escaped from the White House and went on to shoot a meth dealer before being killed by the agent. Since then, fans have been wondering if there will be a fourth installment of the popular TV show. Fortunately, A&E has given an update on the status of the sixth season and says there will be another episode featuring the infamous shooter.