While AMC’s lauded Breaking Bad may have ended back in September 2013, Emmy Award voters are likely to forget about its eligibility. The network is gearing up in a big way with a For Your Consideration print campaign and it starts with several billboards that will be posted around the city of Los Angeles as a reminder to voters. With the fifth and final season being split into two parts (the first part aired from July 15 to September 2, 2012) it allowed Breaking Bad to win its first Outstanding Drama Series. As the campaign tagline puts it, “over but not done,” is indicative that the series is still eligible to repeat since its final eight episodes aired between August through September 2013.
With news that HBO’s True Detective will compete in the Drama category as opposed to the Miniseries/Anthology category, it should make for an interesting Emmy campaign.
Either way, this billboard below looks like voters will be hard pressed to forget about Walter White.
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