Without giving anything away Bryan Cranston has described the ending of the hit TV show as a 'rollercoaster ride'.
As we near the end of the series, there's only four episodes left, Cranston has been speaking about the ending of the show saying 'it's exactly what he had hoped for'. But what exactly that is we will have to wait to find out. In an interview with Radio Times, Cranston said, 'The ending of Breaking Bad is very unapologetic and appropriate and exciting,It's a roller coaster ride.'
Where as he did not give away what becomes of Walter White he did suggest that the audiences sympathy will waver as the finale approaches. 'Here's my prediction. Before all is said and done, you will continue to vacillate in your appeal and sympathy toward him and then your absolute anger toward him. And yet it is a tragedy. We're talking about a Shakespearean story. This is about the downfall of man. The thing that affects people when they're watching a tragedy - whether it's Shakespeare or contemporary - is that the potential of the human being, the potential of a person, was there and it didn't work out,' he explained. 'If we're introduced to a character that's despicable and they continue their despicable nature, we don't sense that as a tragedy because we hated them from the beginning. They're just the villains.'
Cranston is not the only star speaking out about the end of the series. Earlier this week Bob Odenkirk, who plays Saul Goodman, said that the show 'shatters into a million pieces' and was happy with the fate of his character, but would have taken any ending he was given. 'If somehow Saul dies, I'm good with that [and] if he lives, I'm good with that,' he said. 'In the end, what actually happened is good'. We are literally on the edge of our seats waiting for Monday.
Walter and the crew have also something else to celebrate today as the show set a Guinness World Record. The popular show will enter the 2014 record book as the Highest Rated TV Series after it got a metascore of 99 out of 100. Breaking Bad episode thirteen will be available on Netflix from Monday. You can read our review of the latest episode here.