Bob Odenkirk thinks that the public will soon forget Breaking Bad

Although Breaking Bad is considered one of the best series of all time, Bob Odenkirk assures that it will be forgotten very soon. More than 10 years have passed since the first episode of Breaking Bad came to light. And although time passes, the show created by Vince Gilligan continues to be considered one of the best in recent times. Thanks to the amazing actors, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul , as well as the great script and direction, were one of the key points of the series. 

In a conversation with The Guardian, Bob Odenkirk, the actor who played Saul Goodman, spoke about the series and the impact it left on pop culture. All the stars who went through Breaking Bad and left their grain of sand agree that fiction is already a classic on the small screen. However, Bob Odenkirk believes that this is not enough to remain intact over the years.

Bob Odenkirk reflected on some of the most famous projects he did during his acting career, such as Mr. Show or M*A*S*H. To which he said some of these shows “are very close to being forgotten.”

“I am aware of how fast pop culture moves. Many of the things I have done will be forgotten in a very short time. Things like Mr Show, of which I am very proud, ” “The truth is even a show like Breaking Bad, in a few years I’ll probably have to remind people what it is,”

The actor stated. After these statements, the actor spoke about the end of Better Call Saul, which is very close. In this way, Bob Odenkirk revealed that he does not really know what the outcome of the series will be, since he likes to be surprised as if he were a spectator of the story.

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