When Breaking Bad resumed its fifth and final season a few weeks ago, it was pretty clear there would be a fast-paced, no-sleep-til-To'hajiilee (and not even then) rollercoaster ride causing frantic emotions and ultimately an empty, gutted feeling. There will be no closure.
What if I can't take watching the finale of @BreakingBad_AMC? Like, literally can't get through it? That's a possibility at this point.
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) September 16, 2013
So at this point the only way to find that calm you're craving so much is by going backwards, into a slightly less nightmarish era of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman's lives. And AMC is about to make that real easy...
According to Vulture they have "scheduled a marathon of every single episode of Breaking Bad: The 46 episodes from the first four seasons of the show will run consecutively from 8 p.m. Wednesday through Friday night. AMC will return to Breaking Bad at 11 p.m on September 28, running all of season five up through the finale at 9 p.m. on September 29." You've still got a little bit of time to rent an RV and fill it with controversial meth candy for the occasion—but be warned that few people in this world can survive consuming all of this series in one sitting, even just the first four seasons.
And ICYMI, the final two episodes will be 75 minutes each (with commercials). After you are done mourning, they'll hopefully have started working on Better Call Saul, a spin-off we're actually pretty excited for.