Curtain to come down on acclaimed series Breaking Bad
WASHINGTON (AFP) - The fate of the man who is arguably America's most popular TV villain will be unveiled on Sunday in the feverishly awaited finale of the series Breaking Bad.
A week after the five-year-old show won the best drama award at the Emmys, soft-spoken high school chemistry teacher turned ruthless, cancer-ridden drug lord Walter White will appear one last time.
Awaiting White, played by actor Bryan Cranston, could be a showdown with allies turned enemies, although theories about how the curtain will actually come down are a dime a dozen.
The critically acclaimed series has won over millions in America and abroad with its cocktail of meticulously crafted plot, fine acting and camera work and a stunning metamorphosis - that of just another Joe Blow into a veritable monster.