The complete set includes all previously released bonus features, including retail exclusives that were originally only available from certain outlets, plus new special features like the two-hour documentary, for a total of 55+ hours of extras. With a sticker price of $300, it isn’t exactly cheap, but considering that it’d cost about $280 to get each separate season on Blu-ray, it’s not totally unreasonable. Especially seeing as you can get the collector’s set for around $200 on Amazon right now.
On the other hand, if you already own seasons 1-5.1 and don’t much care about the collector’s set extras, the final eight episodes will be available in the usual packaging for $66 on Blu-ray or $56 on DVD. Extras include cast and crew commentaries, deleted and extended scenes, uncensored episodes, a gag reel, that (in)famous alternate ending, and a behind-the-scenes look at that alternate ending.
Both Breaking Bad: The Complete Series collector’s set and Breaking Bad: The Final Season go on sale November 26. Click here for more comprehensive information on what’s included with each.