'Breaking Bad' marathon schedule: Watch every episode for free starting Dec. 26

'Breaking Bad' marathon schedule: Watch every episode for free starting Dec. 26
Source: Netflix
Source: Netflix

AMC will be hosting a Breaking Bad marathon for fans' binge-watching pleasure beginning Dec. 26. Viewers can hang with Walter and Jesse through the wee hours of Dec. 30. It's a timely nod to the Emmy-winning show considering Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter, just reprised his character on Saturday Night Live. In the sketch, which aired Dec. 10, viewers learned Walt had just been appointed to run the Drug Enforcement Agency under the Trump administration. 

But back to more serious matters, here is the marathon schedule:

Dec. 26

12 p.m. — season one, episode 1, "Pilot"

1:04 p.m. — season one, episode 2, "Cat's in the Bag ..."

2:08 p.m. — season one, episode 3, "... and the Bag's in the River"

3:12 p.m. — season one, episode 4, "Cancer Man"

4:16 p.m. — season one, episode 5, "Gray Matter"

5:20 p.m. — season one, episode 6, "Crazy Handful of Nothin'''

6:24 p.m. — season one, episode 7, "A No-Rough-Stuff Type Deal"

7:28 p.m. — season two, episode 1, "Seven Thirty-Seven"

8:32 p.m. — season two, episode 2, "Grilled"

9:36 p.m. — season two, episode 3, "Bit by a Dead Bee"

10:40 p.m. — season two, episode 4, "Down"

11:44 p.m. — season two, episode 5, "Breakage"

Actor Bryan Cranston stands in front of 'Breaking Bad' props at the National Museum of American History.
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Dec. 27


12:48 a.m. — season two, episode six, "Peekaboo"

1:52 a.m. — season two, episode seven, "Negro Y Azul"

2:56 a.m. — season two, episode eight, "Better Call Saul"

4:00 a.m. — season two, episode nine, "4 Days Out"

12:00 p.m. — season two, episode 10, "Over"

1:04 p.m. — season two, episode 11, "Mandala"

2:08 p.m. — season two, episode 12, "Phoenix"

3:12 p.m. — season two, episode 13, "ABQ"

4:16 p.m. — season three, episode one, "No Mas"

5:20 p.m. — season three, episode two, "Caballo Sin Nombre"

6:24 p.m. — season three, episode three, "I.F.T."

7:28 p.m. — season three, episode four, "Green Light"

8:32 p.m. — season three, episode five, "Mas"

9:36 p.m. — season three, episode six, "Sunset"

10:40 p.m. — season three, episode seven, "One Minute"

11:44 p.m. — season three, episode eight, "I See You"

Comedian Stephen Colbert and his son stand by Bryan Cranston at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014.
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Dec. 28

12:48 a.m. — season three, episode 9, "Kafkaesque"

1:52 a.m. — season three, episode 10, "Fly"

2:56 a.m. — season three, episode 11, "Abiquiu"

4 a.m. — season three, episode 12, "Half Measures"

12:00 p.m. — season three, episode 13, "Full Measure"

1:04 p.m. — season four, episode one, "Box Cutter"

2:08 p.m. — season four, episode two, "Thirty-Eight Snub"

3:12 p.m. — season four, episode three, "Open House"

4:16 p.m. — season four, episode four, "Bullet Points"

5:20 p.m. — season four, episode five, "Shotgun"

6:24 p.m. — season four, episode six, "Cornered"

7:28 p.m. — season four, episode seven, "Problem Dog"

8:32 p.m. — season four, episode eight, "Hermanos"

9:36 p.m. — season four, episode nine, "Bug"

10:40 p.m. — season four, episode 10, "Salud"

11:44 p.m. — season four, episode 11, "Crawl Space"

Aaron Paul ('Jessie') at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014.
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Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Dec. 29

12:48 a.m. — season four, episode 12, "End Times"

1:52 a.m. — season four, episode 13, "Face Off"

3:00 a.m. — season five, episode one, "Live Free or Die"

4:00 a.m. — season five, episode two, "Madrigal"

12:00 p.m. — season five, episode three, "Hazard Pay"

1:04 p.m. — season five, episode four, "Fifty-One"

2:08 p.m. — season five, episode five, "Dead Freight"

3:12 p.m. — season five, episode six, "Buyout"

4:16 p.m. — season five, episode seven, "Say My Name"

5:20 p.m. — season five, episode eight, "Gliding All Over"

6:24 p.m. — season five, episode nine, "Blood Money"

7:28 p.m. — season five, episode 10, "Buried"

8:32 p.m. — season five, episode 11, "Confessions"

9:36 p.m. — season five, episode 12, "Rabid Dog"

10:40 p.m. — season five, episode 13, "To'hajiilee"

11:44 p.m. — season five, episode 14, "Ozymandias"

Dec. 30

12:48 p.m. — season five, episode 15, "Granite State"

2:03 a.m. — season five, episode 16, "Felina"

There's also Netflix

Don't feel like being glued to your TV during those times? You can stream all five seasons on Netflix for a marathon on your own time. 

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Christine Stoddard is a freelance writer whose stories have appeared in Marie Claire, Bustle, Teen Vogue, Ravishly, and beyond. In addition to authoring books for Dancing Girl Press and The History Press, she edits Quail Bell Magazine and hosts "The Badass Lady-Folk of Brooklyn" for Radio Free Brooklyn. Learn more at WordsmithChristine.com.

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