Immediately after the third season of the crime drama "Breaking Bad" AMC channel, broadcasting the show, confirmed the desire to see the next season, new episodes of the series. The channel decision isn't seem controversial or risky, based on growing from season to season ratings and excellent press.
The only obstacle to the fourth season could be the question of the budget of new episodes. AMC would approve the cost estimates at $ 3.1 million for the series, while produces of Sony TV insisted on the figure of $ 3.3 million for two months of negotiations have stopped the price of the episode as a compromise a mark of $ 3.2 million.
Over the last three seasons the show has grown from a small TV project in one of the best drama series and TV Squad, and does insist that "Breaking Bad" together with "Mad Men" are a couple of the best TV drams today. Agree with the view of journalists and spectators (the third season was marked the highest rated in the history of the series) and critics (4 Emmy Award for first two seasons, including an unprecedented double of Bryan Cranston for two years from the passing ceremony a statuette for Best Actor in a Drama Series). Guide channel, represented by Vice President Joel Stillerman lavish with the compliments:
"Breaking Bad" is one of the most dynamic and multi-layered dramas on TV today. Critical acclaim and growing audience's attention, which we saw in season 3, demonstrated that our channel on the right track. Vince Gilligan and his team come up with story lines that affect the psyche, waves and hypnotize the audience. We look forward to an incredible fourth season of the show".
Sam Gilligan, the creator of the series, let slip that gives his TV series at least another two seasons, after which he was ready to put a full stop.
The director and the main hero of "Breaking Bad" Bryan Cranston admitted that he would very much like that Justin Timberlake has played a cameo role in the series. In an interview with Los Angeles Times Cranston said that the famous pop singer is a fan of the series.
"I accidentally met with Justin and he told me:" "Oh, I love your series. I'm a fan of Breaking Bad!" "To which I replied:" You must take part in the filming. "He readily said he was ready to participate and I promised to keep him informed!"
Cranston even came up with the storyline, in which Timberlake will be a Jesse cousin (Aaron Paul), only more strange and dangerous. "I came and presented the idea of inviting Timberlake in the role of Jesse brother. However, Aaron said:" Yes, I know who is Justin Timberlake, but ... no! I'll just continue to work, and I advise to you the same!"
Nevertheless, Cranston did not give up: "I know Justin is a good actor. And maybe we can bring it to the musical episode of "Breaking Bad". Maybe he will even sing at our series".