How to watch Breaking Bad in Australia in 2024

You can catch the entire tumultuous saga of Walter White in Australia on Stan.


Alex Kidman
Apr 28, 2024
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Breaking Bad is one of the all time TV greats, depicting the slow descent into a life of crime of an otherwise unremarkable chemistry teacher into the life of a drug dealer. It’s absolute must-watch TV, even years after the series concluded.

How to watch Breaking Bad in Australia

All episodes available in 4K on Stan.

Breaking Bad is available to watch in its entirety in up to 4K quality through local streaming service Stan – which is where you’ll also find its excellent spin-off series, Better Call Saul

If ad-supported isn’t your style, it’s also available to buy through Fetch, Apple, Google Play, Microsoft or Telstra for digital devices.

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Looking for something new to stream tonight? These services offer free trials so you won’t pay a cent unless you decide to keep subscribed once your trial’s up.

When did Breaking Bad release in Australia?

Breaking Bad’s fifth season concluded back in 2013, and without wanting to get too spoilery, it seems unlikely they’ll be making any more any time soon. As such, all five series and sixty-two episodes are available to watch right now.

What is Breaking Bad all about?

Breaking Bad is the story of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher. Sounds kind of dull, right? But Walter discovers early on in the series that he has incurable lung cancer. Determined to provide for his family after his passing, he decides to turn to a life of crime, producing and distributing crystal meth with the help of a former student.

Breaking Bad is one of the most awarded TV shows of all time, picking up 16 US Primetime Emmy Awards, 2 Golden Globe awards, a swag of awards for principal actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn – it’s even in the Guinness World Records book as the most critically acclaimed TV series of all time.

Breaking Bad is really good, in other words, and one TV show that you simply must see – and also worth a rewatch if it’s been a while since you watched it.

How does Stan compare to other streaming services?

Stan’s big selling point locally is that unlike services such as Netflix, Disney+ or Paramount+, it’s a home-grown effort out of the Nine Network group. It provides a wide mix of content, from Stan Sport – still a rarity on general streaming services – a smattering of home-grown content (including content produced specifically for Stan) and imported series such as Breaking Bad.

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Apple TV+Apple TV+ plan
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$12.99/mth
Disney PlusDisney+ Standard plan
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$12/mth
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$25/mth
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ShudderShudder plan
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Alex Kidman is some kind of word-generating AI from the future that somehow worked out how to sneak back in time to 1998 to start its journalism career. Across that time, including editorial stints at ZDNet, CNET, Gizmodo, PC Mag and Finder, as well as contributions to every major tech masthead, nobody has quite managed to figure out this deeply held secret. Let’s keep it between us, OK?