That 'Breaking Bad' Poster and Other TV Shows Whose One-Sheets Made Us Want More

As if the world wasn't excited enough for the conclusion of Breaking Bad, the latest poster — which teased the possible fate of Walter White — is now the subject of fan analysis everywhere. The saying is true: A picture is worth a thousand words... and fans want to know just what their favorite TV show posters are trying to say. Here is a list of other great TV posters that became the subject of many obsessions until the season aired. Image: AMC

What Posters Made Us Want to Watch?

As if the world wasn't excited enough for the conclusion of Breaking Bad, the latest poster — which teased the possible fate of Walter White — is now the subject of fan analysis everywhere. The saying is true: A picture is worth a thousand words... and fans want to know just what their favorite TV show posters are trying to say. Here is a list of other great TV posters that became the subject of many obsessions until the season aired. Image: AMC

'American Horror Story: Asylum'

After American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy revealed his show would be a mini-series rather than a multiple-season TV series, fans could not wait to get their hands on more intel. This poster for Asylum gave them plenty to analyze. (Hint: Check out the person in the window... doesn't that look like a shadow of one of the characters?) Image: FX

'Mad Men,' Season 6

For a fairly straightforward drama, Mad Men fans are constantly creating theories about what creator Matthew Weiner is really planning. In this poster, it appears that there are TWO Don Drapers... one going towards a police car and one walking away from it. What does it mean? AND IS MEGAN DRAPER REALLY SHARON TATE?! Image: AMC

'True Blood,' Season 6

Whoa, creepy. Is that supposed to be Bill? And if no one lives forever, does that mean he's dying — for real this time? We don't really care much for the show anymore but, boy, did this poster make us reconsider our feelings. Image: HBO

'Gossip Girl,' Season 2

This poster for the second season of Gossip Girl (RIP) was called out for being wildly inappropriate for its teen audience... and made the show look way more scandalous than it actually was. But fans still chattered on about the raunchy possibilities of the second season. Image: The CW

'Game of Thrones,' Season 1

It wasn't long until the phrase "Winter is Coming" was meme-ified. And now we just can't wait until winter comes every year. Image: HBO

'Breaking Bad,' Season 5

So, is Walter White finally meeting his maker? We'll have to wait until Aug. 11 to start finding out. But this poster certainly gives us a terrifying pic of Walt to accompany a very interpretable phrase.Image: AMC