Breaking Bad ruined me.
I was a little late to the party, as many viewers were. My husband and I began watching the series off of Netflix just a few weeks before the second part of the final season began. We had a few awesome weekends of Breaking Bad marathons, and I quickly became an addict, so to speak.
It was the best show I've ever seen. Nothing else even comes close. In fact, I can't really even think of many of my favorite movies that come close to matching the amazing story, as well as the top notch acting we got to see on Breaking Bad. I can't think of a more versatile and solid actor than Bryan Cranston.
I was sad seeing it end, but at the same time, thought it was great that it ended how and when it should have, in just the perfect way for the story. Every last detail was wrapped up, and as mixed as viewers opinions were on which charactors they loved or hated, I think Breaking Bad cleverly made just about everyone know that THAT was the right ending... The only ending it could have been.
Now, when I watch Homeland, which I used to think was just the best drama, I'm left with a feeling of, "Is that all they've got?!" (And, "Where the hell is Brody anyway?")
We've tried watching a few of the new dramas- "Dracula", "Betrayal"- and we've even tried to get on the "Scandal" bandwagon.
But like I said, nothing compares to Breaking Bad.
Sing us out, Sister...