The wait is over — the delayed Season 4 of AMC’s praised drama Breaking Bad will premiere on Sunday, July 17. The cable network took a longer-than-usual break between Season 3 of the show, which launched in March of last year, and Season 4, rendering the series ineligible for this year’s Emmy Awards. Star Bryan Cranston won an Emmy for each of the first three seasons, joined last year by co-star Aaron Paul, who won for supporting actor in a drama series. Here is a new Breaking Bad trailer released today.
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