The most recent episodes of "Breaking Bad" have been running a few minutes longer, now the final two are officially set to go considerably longer.
The final two episodes of the AMC drama are set to run for 75 minutes, with commercials, each.
Writer and co-executive producer Peter Gould tweeted the news confirming that we'll effectively get two episodes that run a full hour each sans commercials.
The final two episodes air this Sunday September 22nd and next Sunday on September 29th.
Speaking of the show, beloved cult author George R.R. Martin has posted a blog entry about the Emmy chances of HBO's "Game of Thrones".
He says that Bryan Cranston's Walter White in "Breaking Bad" is "a bigger monster than anyone in Westeros" and then chucks in "I need to do something about that."