New data reveals that Breaking Bad and Attack on Titan impress IMDb users the most in the live-action and animation categories, respectively. Attack on Titan and Breaking Bad outpace every other TV show on IMDb in terms of their overall number of perfectly rated episodes.
According to user review statistics recently posted in the Data Is Beautiful subreddit, Attack on Titan’s six episodes rated 9.9/10 make it not only the platform’s most well-rated animated series, but also the most well-rated overall. Meanwhile, Breaking Bad is the best-performing live-action series on IMDb, with two episodes rated 9.9/10 and one rated 10/10 — the only 10/10 rating held by any show on the platform.
Attack on Titan is currently in the midst of its fourth and final season.
Parts 1 and 2 of Attack on Titan Season 4 aired in 2021 and 2022, respectively, with Part 3 slated for release in 2023. Fans of both the anime and the manga that inspired it won’t have to say goodbye to Erin, Mikasa, Armin and Levi forever, though, as several continuation projects are already on the way. Notably, an Attack on Titan musical will debut in Japan in 2024, releasing its first trailer via Weekly Shōnen Magazine’s official YouTube channel in September 2022.It’s currently unclear if there are any plans for the musical to tour outside Japan at this stage. Attack on Titan and Breaking Bad Outlive their Final Seasons
A crossover event between Attack on Titan and Hong Kong NetEase Interactive’s MMO zombie survival game Life After also kicked off on Sept. 15. Rolling out on global servers, the LifeAfter x Attack on Titan collaboration features over 90 limited items, including costumes modeled on those worn by Erin Yeager, Mikasa Ackerman, Levi and Historia Reiss in the Attack on Titan anime. Players will also have access to limited edition vehicles, weapons and drone skins, as well as Attack on Titan-themed manor decorations. Hong Kong NetEase Interactive previously released Life After x Attack on Titan on Japanese servers in 2021.RELATED: Breaking Bad Would Be A Perfect GTA-Clone
Like Attack on Titan, the Breaking Bad franchise also shows no sign of slowing down, even though the original series and its spinoff, Better Call Saul, have both ended. Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan recently admitted that further spinoffs are highly likely, although he’s not sure if that’s such a good idea. “I can definitely imagine revisiting it. Selfishly, I’d like to do so, to keep this thing going,” he said. “But without naming any names, I look around at some of the worlds, the universes, the stories that I love, whether they’re on TV or in the movies. And I think there’s a certain point, and it’s hard to define, where you’ve done too much in the same universe. Just leave it alone.”