Though it seems like the finale of "Breaking Bad" means the end of TV as we know it, the various channels are still planning to air stuff, including AMC, home of the show of the moment.
But in two weeks, another cultural phenomenon, "The Walking Dead" returns, and your Twitter and Facebook feeds will resume the Sunday night "OMGs"
To remind "Breaking Bad" fans that it does have other programming in the offing, AMC unveiled a new trailer for the upcoming fourth season of "The Walking Dead" during the series finale of "Bad" on Sunday. And it looks as though the zombies aren't getting any lazier as the series continues.
The fourth season, which is to begin on Oct. 13, features the debut of new showrunner Scott Gimple and episodes directed by "Man of Steel" co-screenwriter David S. Goyer and Michelle MacLaren, who directed multiple episodes of "Breaking Bad."
The third season finale drew the show's highest ratings to date, with an audience of 12.4 million. By comparison, "Breaking Bad's" series finale drew 10.3 million.