Now that "Halt and Catch Fire" has ended its first season on AMC, the network apparently has no new episodes of shows to air on Sunday nights until "The Walking Dead" returns Oct. 12. So it's dipping into the well for the "Breaking Bad" Binge.

AMC will air "Breaking Bad" from 4 p.m. to midnight every Sunday from Aug. 10 to Oct. 5, showing the entire series in order from start to finish. See, you really didn't need to watch it when it orignally aired, or on any online service, or in any other AMC re-airings or marathons.

Bonus for super fans: The episodes will be shown with never-before-aired interviews with series creator Vince Gilligan and stars such as Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

The "Breaking Bad" spinoff series, "Better Call Saul" starring Bob Odenkirk as lawyer Saul Goodman, is currently in the works and will premiere next year on AMC.

And did you catch what I said about Season 5 of "The Walking Dead?" It premieres at 8 p.m. Oct. 12. Are you ready?

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