Spanish-language 'Breaking Bad,' 'Metastasis,' has series finale |

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Spanish-language 'Breaking Bad' to air series finale Thursday


Well, that was fast. After only four months on air, Metástasis, the spanish-language remake of Breaking Bad will be airing its series finale.

Unlike the American original, which spanned five seasons over the course of five years, Metástasis was able to cram in all 62 episodes of “Walter Blanco’s” transition from mealy-mouthed chemistry teacher to a full-on “¡Diga mi nombre!” Heisenberg (“Say my name!,” for those blanking out their AP Spanish skills). Airing Mondays through Fridays on UniMás, Metástasis stayed relatively faithful to the AMC hit. How faithful? Just take a look—spoiler alert—at a seminal moment in the series when Metástasis’ Hank figures out who Heisenberg is while sitting on the can.

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The finale of Metástasis airs Thursday at 10 pm ET on UniMás.