"Breaking Bad" viewers take the series about a high school chemistry teacher turned meth dealer seriously. So seriously, that one Ohio man has filed a class-action suit against Apple for allegedly cheating fans out of eight episodes in a $21.99 HD or $13.99 standard definition season pass promotion, according to a report.
Noam Lazebnik said in a lawsuit filed Friday in San Jose, Calif. that Apple "engaged in false advertising" by providing only eight episodes of a 16-episode season, according to GigaOm. He claims he and other viewers are owed $22.99 or $14.99 for a "Season Pass" to the AMC program's final season which was split into two parts. Apple provided only eight episodes, or half of the season, rather than Lazebnik's expected 16.
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