Breaking Bad, the unusual tale of a high school science teacher who became a crystal meth tycoon has been a cult favorite since it debuted in 2008. It is based in New Mexico and chronicles the journey of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who embarks on a life of crime alongside his former pupil Jesse Pinkman in an effort to provide a stable future for his family after learning that he has stage-three cancer (Aaron Paul).
Fans of Breaking Bad, one of the most popular television programs by the time its suspenseful climax aired in 2013, were eager for a sequel when the series concluded in 2013.
Heisenberg fans can also enjoy the 2019 follow-up movie El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie in addition to the prequel spin-off Better Call Saul, which is currently in its sixth and final season. It provides additional insight into how Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), a struggling attorney and part-time scam artist, came to be known as Saul Goodman, the go-to attorney for the dark criminal underground.
As the show’s conclusion draws near, AMC president Dan McDermott has hinted that, if he had his way, this might not be the last time we see the Breaking Bad universe.
He admitted to Variety that he would “do whatever” to urge the show’s creator Vince Gilligan and writer-director Peter Gould to carry on exploring this realm. The door is always open, but I believe you’d have to ask them. I hope for the day when Vince, Peter, or one of our Sony buddies calls to say, “Hey, I think we have another program set in this universe.”
Better Call Saul’s Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler) told Deadline that more Breaking Bad characters may be due for a spin-off, but fans should expect a little bit of a wait. This only served to fuel the fire further.
She continued, “Peter and Vince have stated openly that they do want to walk away from this property for a beat, even though they feel that there are stories, my story included, that is worthwhile to continue telling. That’s all I have to say about that, then.
Beyond that, you’d need to ask them for more information. Nobody is being secretive about anything, but I’m also appreciative that they and her admirers perceive a gap between who Kim is and who she was.
Get manifesting in the interim though, for to paraphrase Saul Goodman “I once pretended to be Kevin Costner to a woman, and it worked because I really did believe it.”
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