Back when season 5 of Breaking Bad started, iTunes sold a season pass that offered “all current and future episodes of Breaking Bad, Season 5.” When the producers decided to lengthen the season, and split it into two parts, Apple reneged on their commitment, no longer providing “all current and future episodes.”
A class action suit has been filed.
The claim also says Breaking Bad’s creators and actors have consistently described the 16 final episodes as “Season 5.”
Update (2013-09-24): Kirk McElhearn received a credit for purchasing the remaining episodes.
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