New ‘Breaking Bad’ Season 2 Trailer: The New Mexico Prison Outbreak story


A new trailer for the upcoming third season of “Breaking Bad” has been released, featuring a flashback to a New Mexico prison escape.

The footage features characters including former prison guard Walter White, former DEA agent Hank Schrader and the character of Bryan Cranston, who plays DEA agent Saul Goodman.

The episode “Breaking Time” will premiere on October 21.

The new trailer, titled “Breaking Breaking Bad: New Mexico” (HD), was released Tuesday by Vice News.

In the trailer, a flashback shows how the Albuquerque facility in the series’ second season was “turned upside down” when an inmate was found with a massive amount of meth.

The inmates are then taken to a “cure room” where they’re placed in a prison cell.

The prison, which is home to many former inmates, was a popular spot for drug use and the inmates are forced to “re-establish normal life” there.

Vice News has reached out to AMC Networks for comment on the new trailer.

“Breaking Point” star Aaron Paul plays Hank Schrada, a former corrections officer who, along with a group of inmates, is tasked with “taking out” the inmates in New Mexico’s notorious Black Hole prison.

“I think what you’re going to see is a much more personal take on Saul and Bryan’s relationship than they have in the past,” said Paul.

“They’re now going to have a real, genuine relationship.

It’s not like Saul is the only one in the room and Bryan is the one in there.

I’m sure it’s going to be a very personal scene, and that’s what I think is going to drive the show.”

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