'Breaking Bad' Poster Teases 'All Bad Things Must Come to an End' [Photo]

And notice what's missing from the poster…

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Should we take this as a sign? In AMC's new teaser poster for the final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad," there's smoke, there's an ominous tag line, but there are no faces … not Walter White, not Jesse Pinkman, not Hank Schrader.

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Instead, the poster features a green background with smoke rising from the bottom and one foreboding phrase: "All bad things must come to an end." Past "Breaking Bad" teaser posters have all featured Walt, including shots in his tighty-whities and his hazmat suit and, in the poster promoting the first half of Season 5, a very menacing Walter White with the tag line "All hail the king."

AMC begins airing the final eight episodes of the Emmy-winning series — the second half of Season 5 — on August 11.

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Will meek chemistry teacher-turned-ruthless drug kingpin Walt (Bryan Cranston) live? Die? Go to jail? Lose everyone he loves? And what of his former student-turned-drug partner Jesse (Aaron Paul)? And Walt's DEA agent brother-in-law Hank (Dean Norris) … how involved will he be in Walt's fate in the final eight episodes, after his shocking discovery in the midseason finale?

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"Breaking Bad" series creator Vince Gilligan promised Yahoo! TV recently that the series' ending will be both "satisfying" and "definitive." That — along with the hope that the Saul Goodman spinoff Gilligan is planning will come to fruition — makes this most recent reminder that one of the greatest TV shows of all time is ending a little bit easier.

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