Breaking Bad Breaks Out A Scavenger Hunt
If you've never been to L.A. - now is the time to pay it a visit
There are times when everything about a T.V. show is just simply brilliant. It doesn’t happen very often when a long-running series is the whole package of fantastic but when it does, for fans, there is nothing better. Nothing better, that is, except Breaking Bad. Because Breaking Bad is not just a long-running T.V. series with complete viewing brilliance - its actors are also some of the coolest actors that have ever been who want nothing more than to let their fans know just how grateful they are for the show’s success.
Breaking Bad ran for five seasons and has been billed as one of the greatest shows of all time
This time it’s the turn of Aaron Paul to be brilliant - the actor who played meth manufacturer Jesse Pinkman from the award-winning show.
In honour of Monday evening’s Emmy Awards - of which Breaking Bad has been nominated for numerous - Paul is creating a Breaking Bad scavenger hunt, announced on his Instagram page earlier in the week.
Fans of the show who can get to L.A. will have the chance to hunt for Breaking Bad memorabilia that Paul will have hidden around the city. Gifts including Breaking Bad scripts, posters, dolls, action figures and Breaking Bad art will be hidden all over the Hollywood area for a number of lucky individuals to have a go at finding.
Paul wrote: "Just wanted to do a little something to say ‘Thank You’ to everyone that has supported us thru out the years. We couldn’t have done it without you!"
Aaron Paul played meth manufacturer, Jesse Pinkman, in the award-winning show
Breaking Bad has been nominated for 16 Emmy Awards in what will be the last awards ceremony which it gets recognised following the end of its five-season reign in September 2013.
Along with both its main actors, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, receiving nominations for Outstanding Lead and Supporting Actors in a Drama Series, the show is also up for Outstanding Drama Series.
For those who have somehow hidden themselves away from the Breaking Bad, recently entered into the Guinness World Records as the highest rate show of all time, it focuses on high school chemistry teacher Walter White (Cranston) who turns to cooking and selling meth with former student Jesse Pinkman (Paul) when he is faced with an inoperable cancer diagnosis at the beginning of the series.
If you haven’t had the pleasure of watching the show yet, you’re in for a treat when you finally do.