Dean Norris on the Success of 'Breaking Bad' and Taking to Twitter After Hank's Death
The actor stopped by THR's offices to discuss the last five years of the show, filming his final scenes with Bryan Cranston and joking about Hank Schrader's swan song on Twitter. Norris says the show changed the lives of everyone who worked on it.
"Breaking Bad has always been really big within the Hollywood community as in executive producers, producers, directors and writers, so we started getting the benefit of that midway through, but now we really get it, studio heads watch the show," says Norris. "It's a great Hollywood story turned down by everybody, everybody. Nobody wanted to do the show and AMC did and good for them."
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