UPDATE: 'Breaking Bad' Spinoff Confirmed: 4 Fast Facts About 'Better Call Saul' Prequel "Breaking Bad" Season 5 Episode 13 ended with a huge cliffhanger after a shootout involving Walt, Jesse, and other cast members. Both parties involved in the shootout were either authority figures (translation: police) or trained assassins. This means that someone will be dead at the start of Episode 14 of "Breaking Bad" and fans are eagerly waiting to find out who died. 'Breaking Bad' Season 5 Episode 13 Live Stream Online: Watch What Will Happen In 'To'hajiilee'!
Walt: It is unlikely that Walt will be dead in Episode 14, as the last three episodes are catered towards his fate and whether or not Walt will die, and if he does, how will die. It is safe to say that Walt is very much alive and hopefully Hank is too, in order to bring Walt to justice. If Walt dies, the last three episodes will definitely lack the punch and drama with which the show deserves to end.
Jesse: It seems equally unlikely that Jesse will die, but think about: What more shocking way can they slowly wrap the series up with than Jesse's death? The death of Jesse will definitely take a toll on Walt's mental state and will shock the viewers as well. "This is the most desperate he's ever been," Cranston said, referring to Walt in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. "Everything's collapsing around him. Everything that he planted, all the seeds are sown and now it's harvest time. In a very, very bad way." 'Breaking Bad' Season 5 Part 2 Spoilers: 6 Things To Know About The Final Season [TRAILER]
Hank: While it doesn't make sense to kill Hank, there are signs that Hank could be one that died in the shootout. His phone call to Marie was over confident and he ends with "I got to go. It may be a while before I get home. I love you." While viewers would typically want Hank to live and be the one to arrest Walt, it could be very possibly that Hank dies and earns the honor and prestige he deserves posthumously.
It's safe to say that one major character has died, but the question remains: Which one? Series creator and Executive Producer of "Breaking Bad" Vince Gilligan had promised that there would be bloodshed and last night's episode delivered. "As the movie title goes, there will be blood," said Gilligan. "To my mind, that's not the most interesting thing. It's the emotional moments and the character moments. ... We've got some stuff that I think is going to be truly satisfying and truly shocking and jarring. It does not always center on moments of violence."