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Breaking Unsuitable fans had been saved on the hours of darkness for six prolonged years over Walter White's fate - till now.

"You know what? Yeah".

All of which explains why "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" cruises into select theaters and onto Netflix this weekend, a mere three weeks after "Downton Abbey" topped the box-office, amassing almost $140 million worldwide thus far. On Wednesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, Aaron Paul gifted us all with a spirited two-minute cram sesh covering (almost) everything that happened in the original series. "This is very much a breaking bad movie".

'So, there's this chemistry teacher named Walt who gets cancer, ' said Paul, who shot to fame on the AMC series that aired from 2008 until 2013. "Walt starts cooking meth to pay for his medical bills with the help of his former student Jesse".

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While little is known about the plot of the film, the trailers suggest that the story will involve Paul's character, Jesse Pinkman, being pursued by law enforcement after his rescue from the white supremacists who'd kidnapped him in the show.

He then proceeded to throw out references to some of the show's craziest moments that sound too ridiculous to be true - if it weren't for the fact that Breaking Bad is one of the most critically beloved series of all time and made its madness work. I say 'bitch a lot. "His wife, Skylar, is pregnant, and his son, Walt Jr., really loves breakfast".

For "Breaking Bad" and "Downton Abbey", it turns out "The end" wasn't. In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future.

So if you know anyone who needs the quickest Breaking Bad synopsis ever before pressing play on El Camino on Friday, this should do the trick. The film is set to debut on Netflix and embark on a limited run in theaters on Friday, October 11, 2019.

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