Brian Cranston played Walter White to great acclaim in Breaking Bad. Sunday marked the final installment of the AMC show.

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Does 'Breaking Bad' Rank Among The Greatest TV Series Of All Time?

September 30, 2013

The episode "Felina" marked the end to Vince Gilligan's wildly popular New Mexico drug drama, "Breaking Bad." Sunday's finale drew over 10 million viewers. Jim Braude and Margery Eagan talked with Bob Thompson from Syracuse University about the end of "Breaking Bad," then opened up the lines to callers.

What did you think, did Vince Gilligan and crew tie everything together nicely? What was left undone? Does "Breaking Bad" hold up with the best dramas on television, like "M*A*S*H," "The Sopranos" and "The Wire?" Leave a comment below, or Tweet us.

Also on BPR:

  • Joan Vennochi from the Boston Globe and former Massachusetts Treasurer Joe Malone talked state and local politics.
  • Art Caplan from New York University's Langone Medical Center talked about the Oct. 1 rollout of certain provisions of ObamaCare.
  • Boston Bikes Director Nicole Freedman joined Jim and Margery to talk about the state of biking in our city, as well as plans for more cyclists in the coming decades.

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