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Bryan Cranston Says "Breaking Bad" Fans Will Love Ending

Jeff Vespa/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Breaking Bad returns to AMC next month for its final season.  Bryan Cranston, who stars as high school teacher turned meth kingpin Walter White, said fans will appreciate the ending.

"The fans of Breaking Bad will be very satisfied with how it ends.  We all forgive each other, we hug, we sing 'Kumbaya.'  It's all a lovely, lovely...noooo.  It's Breaking Bad after all!" Cranston joked Tuesday on ABC's Good Morning America.  "It's going to end very unapologetically.  ...Very poorly, but justifiably.  I think the fans will go, 'Yeah.'"

Cranston, who calls his role "the best role of my life," said filming wrapped in "early April."  And despite its critical success -- Breaking Bad received a total of 13 primetime Emmy nominations this year -- Cranston said it's up to the fans to make the series a classic.

"All we're trying to do is focus on making the best show that we can and tell an honest story," he declares.

AMC's Breaking Bad returns on Aug. 11.

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