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This image released by AMC shows Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston, hiding out in the woods of New Hampshire, in a scene from season five of "Breaking Bad." The series finale of the popular drama series airs on Sunday, Sept. 29. (AP Photo/AMC, Ursula Coyote)

The series finale to "Breaking Bad" is expected to air to a huge audience Sunday night on AMC.

There are many ways it could end, but BuzzFeed's Erin La Rosa submitted her 11 predictions for what the finale will hold.

La Rosa predicts the feds will be on Walter White's tail all the way back to New Mexico but he won't get caught, and that he will see his family one last time before they're sent to live in witness protection and he tapes a confession to absolve them of any charges.

It will likely be a taped confession, but Walt will, in his own way, clear his family's name by sacrificing himself. He will confess to everything he's done, make it clear that Skyler (White) had no clue what was going on, and potentially address the fact that walking away from Gray Matter changed the course of his life. In this way, his family won't have to face a trial, because he'll be putting himself on trial.

La Rosa also thinks that Walt will kill his longtime friend and business partner Jesse Pinkman, and that Walt will end up using ricin on himself, after the confession of course.

he won't turn himself into the police; he won't go to trial. Instead, he'll take the ricin, because it's his own way out, with his very own weapon. He'll likely take the ricin when he knows he's completely cornered, and the only way out is to end it all.

See the rest of La Rosa's predictions here.

Below is a teaser trailer AMC released for the "Breaking Bad" finale.

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