If you didn't already know, the last episode of the popular AMC show Breaking Bad just took place this past Sunday night. The series itself has been massively successful running 62 episodes over 6 seasons. The series has been nominated for a whooping 151 awards and won 50 of them. If you haven't watched Breaking Bad then you're in for a real treat. The only problem is that it can be difficult to start from season 1 and watch it in order as reruns do not air on cable TV often so you'll either need to buy the seasons in the physical form (DVD or BluRay) or use one of the online methods below which allow you to immediately watch Breaking Bad in the digital form without ever having to leave your house.

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Amazon's Instant Video service allows users the ability to buy or stream all episodes from the 6 seasons of Breaking Bad. If you happen to be an Amazon Prime subscriber, you'll be able to stream any episode free of charge using a compatible device. If not, you can purchase each episode for $1.99 (SD) or $2.99 (HD) or access each full season for a discounted rate.

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iTunes also offers all 6 seasons of Breaking Bad in which they offer both individual episodes as well as full seasons for sale. The individual episodes are priced at $2.99 (HD) and the full seasons rates are discounted significantly. They also offer deluxe editions of seasons which typically bundles 2 seasons together as well and includes exclusive behind the scenes footage all for low set price.

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By signing up for the online streaming service Netflix, you gain the ability to stream all 6 seasons of the show in both standard and high definition for a low monthly fee of $7.99. Netflix also provides access to thousands of streamable  TV shows movies via your computer, Xbox 360, Smart TV, smartphone, tablet, or any other compatible device. Another advantage to Netflix is their free 30-day trial (credit card required) which will not charge your card until after you have had 30 days of streaming functionality to determine whether you want to continue your subscription.