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Vince Gilligan Wanted People To Say This About 'Breaking Bad'
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14 Mar 2018 02:05 PM EST

"Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan worked on "The X-Files" for seven years. That's why, he says, he knew when it was time to pull the plug on Walter White after just five seasons. Bryan Cranston’s Y-Front-wearing Walter White took the show to glory as the cancer-riddled chemistry teacher who swapped suburban life for his own meth empire. Gilligan told ScreenRant that when he was writing for Fox’s sci-fi show, he looked up one day “and realized that everybody else was watching something else entirely.” He explained, "I was very anxious about the idea of folks suddenly moving on, and saying, ‘Is that show still on the air? I used to watch it. It used to be good.’ I’d wanted folks rather to say, ‘Don’t end it now!’

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