When I went out to my What app. groups and asked for some recommendations on what to watch, the immediate reply was "Breaking Bad" a web series on NetFlix! I started my watch and enjoyed every episode of it, being audio described for the sight impaired, it was a wholistic watching/ hearing experience. The plot totally fresh, the characters a variety of personalities and the dialogues coupled with the audio description, made it all worth binge watch worthy. However, the disciplined ass that I am limit my self to one episode a night. Right now on Season 5, episode 11.
"Breaking Bad" is a critically acclaimed American television series created by Vince Gilligan. It originally aired on AMC from 2008 to 2013 and gained immense popularity during its run.
in this thrilling tale of personal growth, Walter White trades his humdrum life of teaching equations for a more 'colorful' chemistry experiment. But hey, who doesn't enjoy a little excitement in their midlife crisis? From morally ambiguous decisions to a bucketful of crime, this series will have you questioning your life choices!
Overall, "Breaking Bad" is widely regarded as one of the greatest television series of all time due to its compelling story, outstanding performances, and thought-provoking themes. If you enjoy intense dramas with complex characters and morally ambiguous situations, "Breaking Bad" is definitely worth a watch.
So, grab your lab coats and cooking utensils, folks, and join the ride that will make you think, "Maybe I should have picked chemistry class over my Masters in Business Administration! ;)
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