The final season of "Breaking Bad" could be spoiled thanks to a stolen script.
In early March, series star Bryan Cranston reported one of the final "Breaking Bad" scripts was stolen from his car in December along with a bag containing an iPad. According to ABC News, the Bernalilo County Sheriff's Office arrested suspect Xavier McAfee for burglary, but the script has still not been recovered.
The complaint filed in early March revealed one of Cranston's employees was contacted by a "confidential informant" after hearing a man at a bar brag about how he broke into a car and took items, including the "Breaking Bad" script.
Sony, a "Breaking Bad" producer, issued a statement on the stolen script. "We applaud the efforts of the Albuquerque police in their arrest of the alleged perpetrator and we look forward to sharing the incredible last season with viewers when the series premieres later this year."
Since the burglary took place December, it wasn't the series finale script, but one of the episodes leading up to the "Breaking Bad" finale.
Cranston's co-star Aaron Paul has tweeted his reactions to reading some of the final "Breaking Bad" scripts.
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