An Ohio man has sued Apple for charging him for “Season Pass” access only to realized it covered the first 8 episodes of season 5 (the first half of the season).
That's lame on Apple's part. Everyone knew it was one season.
Is this post even over at TechSpy? And nah I didn't lol
http://www.bestbuy.com/site... come again?
So true. Apple is at fault here. Although, I also blame the production for dividing 16 episodes with an entire year between halves. They may as well have just made two full seasons.
They did not receive funding for a full 6th season from AMC. This way they got 4 more episodes.
More breaking bad is a good thing... i don't mind waiting.
To be honest with you. I really wish the first season was it's full 12 or 13 episodes. The first season didn't even end how they wanted because of writers strike.
Silly mistake from apple there.
Mistake? You're so naive if you that this is actually a mistake. Rip-off is Apple's middle name!
better call saul!
Lame show I dont know why everyone is obsessed with it
While I know that they divided season 5 in two parts, as opposed to having a sixth season, I don't think Apple are the only one to blame for this, as even the Blu-Ray release of season 5 only contained 8 episodes, the other 8 episodes will be found in a separate Blu-Ray referred to as "Breaking Bad:The Final Season". Seeing this, despite the fact that the showrunners have claimed this was one season with a long break, it seems AMC and Sony are having a different point of view. The only thing I can blame Apple for is not making it clear they were only getting the first 8 episodes, as they are only following the Blu-Ray/DVD model for their seasons. Might as well go and sue AMC and Sony for the DVD of season 5 that only contains the first 8 episodes...
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