The penultimate episode of AMC’s Breaking Bad broke more records for the award winning drama last night. In a crowded night of the Emmy Awards, the Dexter series finale on Showtime and NFL Football, the Vince Gilligan-created show pulled in an all-time high of 6.6 million viewers total for its 75-minute airing on Sunday at 9 PM. Last night’s “Granite State” titled episode also broke the show’s highs among adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 with 4.3 million and 3.7 million watching in the respective demos. Sunday’s show beat the previous BB viewership record holder of last week’s 60-minute “Ozymandias” titled episode which drew 6.4 million viewers total. That episode also had hit then new highs of 4.052 million among adults 18-49 and 3.59 million among adults 25-54. Breaking Bad of course also scored in last night’s Emmys as the show won it’s first Outstanding Drama Series prize.

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