Breaking Bad fans sue Apple for falsely marketing its season pass for the hit TV show

Breaking Bad fans sue Apple for falsely marketing its season pass for the hit TV show

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Apple is being sued by a number of Breaking Bad fans who claim that the company is falsely marketing a ‘Season Pass’ for the award-winning US TV show, GigaOm reports.

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The class action suit filed in San Jose, California, alleges that Apple owes customers who bought the pass for the show’s fifth and final season $22.99 (or $14.99 for the non-HD version) because it did not include all 16 episodes.

The episodes were split into two parts, which the suit claims is misleading because the marketing materials promised access to “every episode in that season.”

➀ Breaking Bad fans sue Apple for cutting short Season Pass [GigaOm] | Lawsuit details [Scribd]

Headline image via Breaking Bad Facebook page

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