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1. Breaking Bad finale

"Breaking Bad" series finale (Season 5 continues in summer 2013 on AMC)

What will Hank do with his discovery that Walt is Heisenberg? Is Hank the reason Walt was on the run in the Season 5 premiere flashforward? Will Walt Jr. also learn about his dad's alter ego? Will Jesse find out Walt poisoned Brock? What will become of Skyler, Saul, Marie and Ted Beneke? And what form will Walt's inevitable comeuppance take? For four and a half seasons, 54 episodes so far, "Breaking Bad" has unfolded a fascinating story, one of the best viewing experiences in TV history, and we both can't wait for the final eight episodes and dread them, for it means the "BB" gang -- whoever's left standing, anyway -- will ride off into the TV sunset for good.

13 for '13: TV We're Most Excited About in 2013

There are plenty of new shows we're looking forward to in the new year -- Kevin Bacon's "The Following," "Sex and the City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries," and Keri Russell's return to TV drama in FX's "The Americans" among them -- but returning favorites also make up a big portion of the TV events we're most looking forward to in 2013. From beloved "Family Ties" star Michael J. Fox and sitcom "Arrested Development" to a pair of canceled soaps and new episodes of one of fall 2012's biggest hits, here are 13 homecomings and other TV happenings that will have us happily ensconced on the couch in 2013. — Kimberly Potts, Yahoo! TV