The Breaking Bad complete box set will include an alternate ending, and the scene has surfaced on YouTube in advance of its official release.
Watch for yourself, then we’ll discuss:
Hypable is confident this is the official Breaking Bad “alternate ending” coming on the complete box set for one reason: Malcom in the Middle’s Jane Kaczmarek was on the set of the meth drama this past January to shoot a scene for the DVD/Blu-ray box set. No further details had come to light until now.
We love the shot at the end of Heisenberg’s hat, and Hal’s attempt to have sex with his wife in the middle of the night.
Cranston starred opposite Kaczmarek on the Fox comedy from 2000 – 2006, and many in the Breaking Bad fandom have (somewhat jokingly) speculated that the show is a prequel or sequel to Malcolm, so this alternate ending plays into those fan theories.
While this ending is funny, we were actually expecting a legitimate alternate ending on the box set. It’s a shame that won’t come to fruition now.
Breaking Bad: The Complete Series will be released November 26 and is available for pre-order from Amazon for the discounted price of $201.29. It includes the the entire series housed in a barrel as well as physical bonus features like a Los Pollos Hermanos apron.
The series finale of Breaking Bad aired at the end of September to all-time high ratings for the show. A spinoff is now in the works centered on Saul and is expected to start shooting next year.
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