According to the two-time Emmy winner, some of the prizes to find include signed “Breaking Bad” scripts, action figures and show art. The scavenger hunt is in honor of the final showing for “Breaking Bad” at the Emmy Awards, where he previously won in 2010 and 2012 for supporting actor in a drama series.
This is not the first fun of this kind Paul has had with fans. Last September, during the show’s final eight-episode run, Paul created a scavenger hunt in Boise, Idaho, with the prize being tickets to watch a live stream of the next “Breaking Bad” episode (which would have been the devastating “Ozymandias”). He also treated fans by hiding 20 tickets to a “Breaking Bad” finale screening with he and Bryan Cranston around Hollywood on the day of the series finale.
Paul is nominated once again for supporting actor at the Emmys, which will be held on Aug. 25. “Breaking Bad” is nominated for eight Emmys, including drama series.
UPDATE: Paul revealed on Thursday that the scavenger hunt will begin at 11 a.m. on Monday, and continue for two hours as he tweets locations.