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09/18/2013 08:19 pm ET Updated Sep 19, 2013

'Breaking Bad': Final Two Episodes Get Longer Run Times For Series Finale

"Breaking Bad" may be ending, but fans can look forward to a little extra time with Walt and Jesse in the final two installments, which have both been extended to be 15 minutes longer than regular episodes.

Co-executive producer Peter Gould tweeted the news about the supersized episodes on Wednesday:

Last Sunday's episode, "Ozymandias," was the highest-rated episode in the show's five-year history, likely paving the way for a record-breaking finale.

"Breaking Bad's" penultimate episode airs Sun., Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC, while the series finale will air Sun., Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. ET, with both ending at 10:15 p.m. -- remember to adjust your DVRs for the new end times.

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