The journey of Walter White has now officially come to an end. AMC aired the series finale of the brilliant drama series Breaking Bad last night, and while the response to the episode was mostly positive (read Allison’s recap here), us BB fans are still mourning the end of the show. We’ll have a chance to revisit the entire series once again when the bonus feature-loaded complete series Blu-ray set goes on sale November 26th, and in celebration of the series finale’s airing, Sony TV has released a snippet from one of the more exciting extras: a two-hour documentary on the series.
Cameras were rolling as Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul sat down to read the script for the series finale, “Felina,” and a portion of that video has now been released online. Additionally, AMC has released a few behind-the-scenes looks at the making of “Felina,” including a thoughtful conversation with creator Vince Gilligan about the episode. Hit the jump to watch all of the goodies.
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