Vince Gilligan credits illegal downloading for helping boost ‘Breaking Bad’s’ popularity

10.18.13 6 years ago

Vince Gilligan credits illegal downloading for helping boost “Breaking Bad’s” popularity
“In some ways the illegal downloading has helped us, certainly, in terms of brand awareness,” he tells the BBC. “The downside is a lot of folks who worked on the show would have made more money, myself included, if all those downloads had been legal.” PLUS: See some of the best behind-the-scenes photos from “Breaking Bad.”

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