Emmys 2013: Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn talk 'Breaking Bad' series finale
Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn sure know how to tease a series finale.
The "Breaking Bad" stars opened up about the highly secretive final two episodes of the AMC series on the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards red carpet on Sunday (Sept. 22), and while they couldn't reveal actual plot details, they did set tongues wagging with what they could reveal.
"Tonight is the penultimate episode and next week is our final episode of 'Breaking Bad' ever. It's bittersweet," Cranston says. "It's like an athlete that wants to finish on top rather than letting it go on for a year or two more. Vince Gilligan, our writer, finished it at just the right time. The ending is perfect, unapologetic. It is perfect 'Breaking Bad.'"
"Anything can happen," Gunn says. "We've been trained like the CIA. We've been trained within an inch of our lives not to reveal anything. I think the fans will appreciate it because the last two episodes are so mind-blowing. I think people will be frozen in their seats actually staring at the TV after. It's apocalyptic."
The penultimate "Breaking Bad" episode airs Sunday, Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.