“Breaking Bad” is a popular American TV series that describes the life of a high school chemistry teacher, Walter White, diagnosed with untreatable lung cancer. White starts producing and selling illegal substances to make sure his family will be financially secure in the event of his death.
Season 1 of the series started in January 2008 and the final Season 5 was aired in September 2013. “Breaking Bad” is often considered as one of the best TV series of all time and has won ten Emmy awards. The series is among the most watched TV productions in America.
“Breaking Bad” enjoys widespread critical acclaim and praise. Numerous critics name it the best television drama of all time and most established newspapers and magazines publish flattering reviews. However, there are some critics and publishers that don’t agree with the positive reception. They include the Chicago Tribune, New Yorker, Boston Globe and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. All of them gave Season 1 of the series a negative review.