In the days leading up the series finale, it’s going to be all Breaking Bad almost all the time on AMC. I’ve learned that the cable channel is going to show every episode of the meth-drenched drama from Season 1 onward. The “Countdown To Finale,” as AMC has dubbed it, will start at 8 PM September 25 with the very first episode from January 20, 2008, and goes straight through to the end of Season 4 late on Friday, September 27. The marathon picks up again with the current Season 5 at 11 PM September 28 and goes through the night and day up to the 75-minute series finale at 9 PM September 29. AMC’s freshman Low Winter Sun will be pushed back to a 11:15 PM start time on the Sunday because of the extended finale episode and the one-hour live Talking Bad featuring series creator Vince Gilligan, star Aaron Paul, Giancarlo Esposito, Jesse Plemmons, RJ Mitte, Jonathan Banks and ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel.

Though this is the first time they’ve aired the entire series in one virtually continuous block, AMC has a history of marathons for Breaking Bad and other shows around big episodes or debuts. Earlier this summer AMC partnered with the Film Society of Lincoln Center on a weeklong showing of the entire series, which is strongly predicted for wins at this weekend’s Emmys

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