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reaking Bad is an American crime drama San luis potosi television series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. 7 de cotubre 2013 Set and produced in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Contenido 1.1-Production..................................................... 3 Breaking Bad is the story of 1.2-Conception ................................................ 3 Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a 1.3 development history ................................. 4 struggling high school chemistry 2.1-main character .............................................. 5 teacher who is diagnosed with 2.2- characters................................................. 5 inoperable lung cancer at the beginning of the series. He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling methamphetamine, in order to secure his family's financial future before he dies,teaming with his former student, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). Heavily serialized, the series is known for positioning its characters in seemingly inextricable corners and has been labeled a contemporary western by its creator

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The network ordered setting was moved nine episodes for the there too because first season (including otherwise "we'd always the pilot), but the 2007– have to be avoiding the 2008 Writers Guild of Sandia Mountains" in America strike limited shots toward the East, the production to seven according to [27] episodes. The initial Gilligan.[28][29] It is shot versions of the script on 35 mm film.[30] were set in Riverside, Breaking Bad reportedly California, but at the costs $3 million per suggestion of Sony, episode to produce, Albuquerque was higher than the average chosen for production cost for a basic cable due to the favorable financial conditions

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IIIA lung cancer who turns to making meth to secure his family's finances. As his shady businesses progress, Walter gains a notorious reputation under the name of Heisenberg. Cranston stated that, though he enjoyed doing comedy, he decided he

program.[31]

"...should really focus on doing something else. But I think any good drama worth its weight always has a sprinkling of comedy in it, because you can ease the tension to an audience when it's necessary, and then build it back up again. Walt White has no clue he's occasionally funny, but as an actor I recognize when there are comedic moments and opportunities."[42]

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Bryan Cranston as Walter White – a chemistry teacher diagnosed with Stage

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Anna Gunn as Skyler White – Walter's wife


who was pregnant with their second child prior to his diagnosis, and who becomes increasingly suspicious of her husband after he begins behaving in unfamiliar ways. Gunn sees Skyler as "grounded, tough, smart and driven". Gunn sees Skyler's stalled writing career as her biggest dream, saying "I think she really deep down yearns to be an artist and to be creative and productive."[43] Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman – Walter's former student, Pinkman, is a drug dealer who partners up with Walt and makes high-level meth. Paul sees Jesse as a funny kid. "He's just this lost soul – I don't think he's a bad kid, he just got mixed in the wrong crowd." Paul elaborated on the 6

character's background, saying "He doesn't come from an abusive, alcoholic background. But maybe he just didn't relate to his father, maybe his father was too strict and too proper for Jesse." Paul compared the character's relationship with Walt to The Odd Couple.[44] Dean Norris as Hank Schrader – Walter's brother-in-law and a DEA agent. At the beginning of the series, Hank was intended to be the "comic relief." Norris, who has played several cops before in film and television, stated, "Having played so many cops, I've talked with a lot of technical advisers, so I've been able to pick up a lot. Coincidentally, one of my best friends


growing up is a cop in Chicago, and one of my other best friends out in LA is a sheriff. So I get to see all the components of that culture."[45] 

Betsy Brandt as Marie Schrader – Hank's wife and Skyler's kleptomaniac sister. Brandt described Marie as "an unpleasant bitch", but also stated there was more to her than that. "I think we're seeing more of it now that she would be there for her family. But it's all about her."[46] RJ Mitte as Walter White, Jr. – Walter and Skyler's son, who has cerebral palsy. He begins lashing out after Walter's cancer announcement. Like Walter Jr., Mitte has cerebral palsy, although his is a milder form.[47] Mitte stated he had to regress from his

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therapy to portray the character, staying up late into the night to slur his speech and learning to walk on crutches so his walking wouldn't look fake.[48] Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman (recurring season 2, main cast season 3–5: part 2) – a crooked strip mall lawyer who represents Walt and Jesse. Odenkirk based his character on film producer Robert Evans. "I thought about Robert Evans because I've listened to The Kid Stays in the Picture on CD. He's constantly switching up his cadence and his delivery. He emphasizes interesting words. He has loads of attitude in almost every line that he says. So when I rehearse the


scenes alone I do my impersonation of Robert Evans to find those moments and turns. Then I go out and I do Saul."[49] 

Giancarlo Esposito as Gustavo "Gus" Fring (recurring season 2, main cast season 3–4) – a high level drug distributor who has a cover as a fast food chain owner. Esposito stated for the third season, he incorporated his yoga training in his performance. "Gus is the coolest cucumber that ever walked the Earth. I think about Eddie Olmos way back in Miami Vice. He was like dead – he was hardly breathing. I thought, how is this guy just standing in this fire and doing nothing? Gus has totally allowed me 8

that level of flexibility and relaxation – not because he has ultimate power and he knows he can take someone's life. He's just confident."[50]

Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut (guest star season 2, main cast season 3–5: part 1) – works for Gus as an allpurpose cleaner and hitman, and also works for Saul as a private investigator. The character of Mike has been compared to Harvey Keitel's Winston Wolf character in Pulp Fiction, which Banks says he isn't trying to emulate: "I immediately tried to put it out of my


mind, quite honestly. His cleaner ain't my cleaner. But throughout this world, you would suspect there had been a great many cleaners, whether government-run or individual [51] contractors." Laura Fraser as Lydia Rodarte-Quayle (recurring season 5: part 1, main cast season 5: part 2) – a high-ranking employee of Madrigal Electromotive and a former associate of Gus Fring. She reluctantly begins supplying Walt and Jesse with methylamine. After Mike's death, she helps Walt expand his

operation

overseas.

Jesse Plemons as Todd Alquist (recurring season 5: part 1, main cast season 5: part 2) – an employee of Vamonos Pest Control who becomes an associate of Walt and Jesse. He assists in their train heist but compromises their alliance when he shoots a child. Todd uses his prison connections to help Walt kill Gus's former employees, and becomes his new meth-cooking assistant after business.

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