'Breaking Bad' Season 5: The mortality rate doesn't let up

Chemistry teacher-turned-meth dealer Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is sitting on top of the world as "Breaking Bad" launches its fifth season Sunday, July 15, on AMC.At the end of last season, Walt pulled off a complicated and audacious plan that killed off his terrifying nemesis Gustavo Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) while re-establishing Walt's alliance with Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), his drug-making colleague and partner in crime. As Walt told his wife, Skyler (Anna Gunn), with chilling simplicity: "I won."But don't expect Walt to turn away from his journey to the dark side. For one thing, a panicky Skyler gave away most of his ill-gotten loot to her former boss, whose tax woes were about to draw an unwelcome light onto her and Walt's personal finances. After all, Walt always has rationalized that he does what he does because he loves his family and wants to provide for them. But as longtime "Breaking Bad" fans know, there's...


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