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Breaking Bad Is Set To Be Removed From Netflix

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Breaking Bad Is Set To Be Removed From Netflix

Breaking Bad is set to be removed from Netflix.

The hit series is one of the most-highly rated shows of the past 20 years, and loved by its army of fans around the world.

But according to an investigation by The Wrap and What's On Netflix, its days on the streaming platform are well and truly numbered.

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Due to recent hit on its stock market value, Netflix is reportedly readying itself for more losses from its catalogue of impressive films and series over the coming years.

In recent times, the number of titles available to US customers has plummeted from 11,000 to 6,000, for example.

And one of the biggest names that is set to depart the platform is Breaking Bad.

A date has been set for Breaking Bad to leave Netflix. Credit: Sony Pictures
A date has been set for Breaking Bad to leave Netflix. Credit: Sony Pictures
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But if you're a fan of the series and planning on giving it another go, you should just about have enough time.

According to The Wrap, Jesse and Walter will be leaving Netflix US on 10 February 2025 if the licence is not renewed.

UNILAD has reached out to Netflix for a comment.

This comes after the news that the boss of AMC is keen on another spin-off series from Breaking Bad.

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Following on from the success of Better Caull Saul, Dan McDermott revealed that he is very interested in another series set in the beloved universe.

Speaking in an interview with Variety, McDermott said AMC's door 'is always open' for another spin-off, leaving it up to creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould to make it happen.

He said: "I can tell you that if I could do anything to encourage Vince and Peter to continue on in this universe, I would do it.

"I think you’d have to ask them, but the door is always open and I long for the day my phone rings and Vince, Peter or our friends at Sony call to say, 'Hey, I think we have another show set in this universe'."

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Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul. Credit: Sony Pictures Television
Bob Odenkirk in Better Call Saul. Credit: Sony Pictures Television

If they do decide to go in on a third series, Vince and Peter have set themselves up nicely, with no shortage of characters from the worlds of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul who fans want to see more from.

Even Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim on BCS has hinted that the creators have might consider telling more of her character's story in the future – no matter what might or might not happen to her in the series finale.

Speaking to Deadline last month, the actress said: "You know, Peter and Vince have said publicly that though they feel that there are stories, mine included, that are worthwhile to continue to tell, that they do want to step away from this franchise for a beat. So that’s all I can say about that."

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Featured Image Credit: AMC

Topics: Film & TV, Netflix, US News, Entertainment

Dominic Smithers
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