'Breaking Bad' star Aaron Paul to host live stream event in Boise

September 10, 2013 

Treasure Valley native Aaron Paul, who has won two Emmys for his role in "Breaking Bad," says it's difficult to think about the series ending this season.

JORDAN STRAUSS — Invision via The Associated Press

The Emmy-winning actor and Boise native Aaron Paul tweeted Monday that he rented the Egyptian Theatre for live streaming of the next “Breaking Bad” episode on Sunday, Sept. 15.

Paul (aka Aaron Paul Sturtevent), the co-star of the groundbreaking TV series, will be there on hand to introduce the episode and watch it with fans.

How cool is that?

The promotion "Breaking Bad for GOOD" is through PEAK Broadcasting and will benefit several Treasure Valley arts organizations, says PEAK senior vice president Kevin Godwin.

Mix106’s Mike Casper and Kate McGwire will host the event, and Boise Rock School is scheduled to perform. You can win tickets by listing to PEAK stations Kiss FM 103.3, Mix 106, WOW Country 104.3 FM, Lite FM 107.9, and KIDO 580 AM.

"Breaking Bad" is in its fifth and final season.

Speaking of Paul, did you watch the viral video of him interacting with fans outside his California home?

 

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