Breaking Bad movie to premiere on Netflix, plot line revealed

Breaking Bad movie to premiere on Netflix, plot line revealed

The (very brief) synopsis for the flick revealed that it will follow "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom", which seems like it pretty much has to be describing Jesse, who spent a significant amount of time during the final season kidnapped by a vicious gang before being liberated by Walter in the series finale.

Breaking Bad lovers are in for more from their favourite meth-head.

The streaming giant has landed the initial broadcast rights to a feature-film sequel to the hit series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Breaking Bad fans, better keep your Netflix and/or cable subscriptions up to date. (Hopefully not in a drug haze, though.) So it's only fitting that the shrouded-in-secrecy Breaking Bad movie will reportedly be released on Netflix, then AMC, where the show aired. Netflix really helped spur the growth of Breaking Bad's audience, so it's only fitting that they should get the feature-length film, but it's cool that AMC will also get to air the movie so that Breaking Bad comes home in a way.

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Neither Netflix nor AMC immediately responded to Mashable's request for comment. In the past, he has directed a number of episodes of Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and The X-Files, so we expect big things from this. He is joined by producers Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, who have worked with Gilligan both on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul.

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

Bryan Cranston, who played White, confirmed a Breaking Bad film was coming in an interview a year ago.

Production is set to finish this month in New Mexico. We're not sure if Cranston will return as Walter White - his character's end was, at best, ambiguous - but the actor has confirmed that he's at least seen the script, so maybe...?