Television shows are an incredible way to create a connection between viewers and fictional characters in a way that movies don’t have the timeframe to do. There many reasons to watch TV shows, including the fact that it encourages friends and family to come together in a world that always seems to be busy at work or school and watch a show. However its educational value can differ depending of the type of show and its topic. TV shows can be an excellent way to teach life lessons, build values and make good choices in life, something especially important early in life. In my own experience I have discovered that many people have a part of them that has been heavily influenced by TV shows, often in a social aspect usually from watching shows such as “Friends” or “How I Met Your Mother”. Being 17, almost everyone I know has grown up with Netflix in their lives and has unlimited access to hundreds of TV shows without having to wait between each episode. Such availability allows people to watch more Television shows than ever before in history, but this isn’t a bad thing. In a increasingly busy world Some shows For this midterm I decided to write about the timeline and history of one of my favorite shows, “Breaking Bad”. I recently began watching the show for the second time and I couldn’t stop watching one after the other.