The 'Breaking Bad' Movie Could Debut on Netflix, Is A Jesse Story

Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Headed To Netflix & AMC

Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Headed To Netflix & AMC

Sources tell The Hollywood reporter that Netflix has been given first-run rights to the project, with AMC set to air it after.

Netflix and AMC have yet to comment on the report.

A little is known about the Breaking Bad movie. The movie will also air on AMC.

"I think Netflix kept us on the air", Gilligan said in the speech.

Aaron Paul is returning as the dodgy Jesse Pinkman in the upcoming Breaking Bad movie - which is set to be a sequel to the award-winning series.

For Netflix and AMC to share the Breaking Bad follow-up is fitting as the two outlets share the credit for the success of the original series.

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In 2013, shortly before the series finale aired (and just after picking up an Emmy for Best Drama), Gilligan said, "Television has changed a lot in six years". "Not only are we standing up here, I don't think our show would have even lasted beyond season two.It's a new era in television, and we've been very fortunate to reap the benefits".

We found out about Vince Gilligan's forthcoming Breaking Bad "sequel" movie back in November, and in the time since there's been much speculation as to what, exactly, that sequel would entail.

Gilligan, who sources say is writing and directing the Breaking Bad movie, will be working alongside Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul executive producers Melissa Bernstein and Mark Johnson. Details about the film are under wraps, but it will reportedly revolve around a kidnapping plot involving Pinkman, last seen driving to freedom following years of anguished service to meth kingpin Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston.

Bryan Cranston, who played White, confirmed a Breaking Bad film was coming in an interview a year ago. Production is believed to be wrapping up this month in New Mexico.

This is the second spin off of the hit show following the success of Better Call Saul, which now has four seasons.

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