Breaking Bad was a television crime series that starred Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a disillusioned high school chemistry teacher who after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, decides to turn to manufacturing methamphetamine in order to assure financial security for his family. The series was developed by Vince Gilligan (noted writer/producer on The X-Files) and also featured Dean Norris and Aaron Paul (who, along with Cranston, all previously made appearances on X-Files). The series aired for 5 seasons on AMC from 2008 to 2013. The prequel series Better Call Saul premiered in 2015, also on AMC.
The following lists the seasons of the series Breaking Bad: