The Breaking Bad Series finale will take place on Sunday night with Season 5 Episode 16 set to be broadcast, titled "Felina," which will be the very final episode of the hugely popular AMC series.
Fans will get to see the conclusion of the story of Walter White when the series finale airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
The episode can be watched on TV On Demand, or watched online through free live stream on AMC the next day.
Breaking Bad fans are in for a big treat tonight as the finale episode will be 75 minutes long rather than the usual 60 minutes.
There has been huge speculation among fans about how the show will conclude, and many of the show's cast have revealed their thoughts and opinions.
Main star, Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White, has revealed in a previous interview that the ending will be "appropriate."
He said, "It really is. You watch this -- there's no apologies."
"[Creator] Vince [Gilligan] was able to write to the ending that he wanted, and we're very pleased with that," he added.
"It is an amazing ending. It is an amazing, amazing play-out," added RJ Mitte, who plays Walt Jr. "... I really want people to see it and have the same reaction that I had."
Meanwhile, Anna Gunn, who plays Skylar, told Salon: "I have a romantic notion of how I'd like to see things end, because I care about these characters, that somehow they would be able to extricate themselves from this business, and the family could be a unit again," said Gunn.
"But I think that's impossible, because they've turned a corner that can never be unturned. Certainly, Walt and Skyler can't reach back toward each and forge anything that could be remotely healthy and OK, but there's a part of me that wishes it could be OK."
In last week's dramatic Breaking Bad episode viewers saw that Jesse was still enslaved and cooking meth. Then in an attempt to run away, Jesse gets caught and in turn, his girlfriend is shot in the head.
In other events Skylar became a cab driver to support her family, and Walt tries to launder money to Sklyar via Walt Jr.
"Walt gave the nod for them to shoot him in the head and it would have been the end of it," revealed Moira Walley-Beckett in an interview with Vulture.
"That's pretty powerful in and of itself. Jesse is no longer family. But he gets a short stay of execution because Todd makes a very good point, and so basically it's clear Jesse's gonna go and have an excruciating last day or two before he's killed, and Walt is twisting the knife. It's the last thing he can say or do to kill Jesse himself without actually physically killing him."
But Walt and Jesse also both have the same enemy and could possibly unite to overcome their common enemy.
The series will be available to watch online via live stream for free on AMC after the episode airs. Click here to watch full episodes of "Breaking Bad," including the finale episode, "Felina."