Breaking Bad Stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Betsy Brandt Tweet Thanks To Fans Ahead Of Series Finale
First Published: September 29, 2013 9:17 PM EDT Credit: AMC
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- “Breaking Bad” takes its final bow tonight on AMC and ahead of the series finale, the cast hit Twitter to share their emotions.
Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Betsy Brandt, Dean Norris and RJ Mitte all chimed in on Twitter to thank fans and share how they were feeling.
“Well, this is it. The last episode ever of Breaking Bad. Thank you for sharing this ride with me. Without you we never would have lasted,” Bryan, who plays Walter White, wrote early Sunday afternoon.
Betsy, who plays Marie Schrader, Walt’s sister-in-law, also shared her appreciation for fans of the show, and included a message with a reference to a color her character was very fond of.
“Thanks for joining us on this crazy ride…what an amazing 6 years it’s been. Big love to you all…and purple kisses,” Betsy Tweeted.
She even wrote — to her co-star Dean Norris, who played her husband, Hank Schrader — that she was emotional, before the show kicked off.
“@deanjnorris The episode hasn’t even started and I’m tearing up already. #bringhankback,” she Tweeted, referencing Hank’s exit earlier this month on the show.
Aaron Paul was hosting a benefit screening of the show at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, but he took time to share a very Jesse Pinkman-esque Tweet.
“Let’s do this bitch!!! Get ready everyone for some madness,” he wrote.
Dean thanked the show’s creator and executive producer, Vince Gilligan.
“Vince Gilligan. Creator of Breaking Bad. Thank you. You’ve changed my life,” Dean Tweeted.
RJ, who plays Walt and Skyler White’s (Anna Gunn) son, Walt Jr./Flynn, let fans know he appreciated their support.
“To all of you that are followers THANKS! It ends tonight, But as actors we will all continue in other projects, please continue your support,” he Tweeted.
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