There's no spoiler alert here just in case you have it on DVR. "Breaking Bad" ended its five-season run on Sunday on a high note as 10.3 million viewers tuned in to watch. It should be noted that its fourth season finale only registered 1.9 million viewers, up by 23 percent compared to its third season. Compare that to last Sunday and that that would tell you that viewership skyrocketed by 442 percent. This enabled AMC to charge up to $400,000 per 30-second commercial during the finale, according to AdAge. That's the same league as Modern Family and American Idol. Not really a bad project from AMC at all.