The viewing experience is highly personal and should not be tampered with. Your favorites may not be the same as mine, and that’s perfectly fine. However, when it comes to cult-favorite series that are now considered some of the all-time greats, Breaking Bad is unquestionably on most lists. Those who have never seen Breaking Bad may wonder, “What makes a show about a bald chemistry teacher so special?” The answer, of course, is in the question itself.
The show is a literal masterpiece, thanks to the bald chemistry teacher.
Walter White is going through a midlife crisis. He has cancer and feels cheated, so he takes ridiculous measures by cooking meth to support himself and his family. Isn’t that cool? Let us begin with the technical nitty-gritty to justify our choice as the best TV show ever. Aside from the stunning visuals and incredible cinematography, director Vince Gilligan’s genius shines through in each detailed episode and layered character arc. With its unique dialogue and complex chemistry references.
This show is devourer by nerds who aspire to transform themselves from mundane everymen to stellar drug kingpin.
The series is poetic, with brilliant, wide-ranging imagery from the beginning to the end. It is critical to note how the creators ended the show at an appropriate point, with Walter’s death, instead of another fan favorite that had the most disappointing finale in TV show history (Game of Thrones fans, do not come for me). As the line between protagonist and antagonist begins to blur with Walter White’s complex character arc in action, the show plays well with the character’s psychological complexities. White’s shy and ordinary demeanor gradually give way to his ruthless and egoistic persona, smacking megalomania and sociopathic tendencies. He is a pitiful, sad, and cheated hero; he is envious and manipulative, making the audience doubt their love and loyalty.
Walter and Jesse Pinkman are an excellent aspect of the show. Although Pinkman is frequently used as a pawn by White, they are bitter enemies with a heartbreaking partner-in-crime relationship. Pinkman’s growth is also notable; his transformation from a reckless and careless addict to a caring man whose actions are in sync with his emotions, and his desire to settle down to a more peaceful life is heartwarming. Walter White’s death is a work of poetry in motion. Due to his never-say-die attitude, Walter dies surrounded by his one true love, the meth machines. The process of making meth both gave him new hope for life and took it away from him – he owed everything to the devices.
It is the view as one of the best TV endings.
If you haven’t seen Breaking Bad, it’s difficult to understand why the show is so lovable. In mixed with brilliant cinematic sorcery, Walter White’s enigmatic presence creates an enriching experience that can only be seen and felt in person. This article should increase your desire to watch the series even more than before, and it should serve its purpose of arousing in you a desire to be consumed by a gripping world of chemistry, drugs, family, and insanity that will both warm your hearts & send chills down your spine.
Spoiler alert: keep an eye out for Ozymandias (S5 E140), an IMDB rating of 10/10. An episode has ever got the highest rating. Gilligan, known for his suspenseful finales, was as saying. Ozymandias is the best episode we’ve ever had or will ever have. For those who can’t get enough of Gilligan, the film El Camino. A Breaking Bad Movie and the beautiful prequel (released later). Better Call Saul is waiting to quench your White-Pinkman thirst.