After years of rumors and speculation, the dark crime story introduced in AMC's Breaking Bad will officially continue this November in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.
After unveiling its first full trailer earlier this week, Netflix -- which will stream the film ahead of its television premiere on AMC -- has a new surprise for those watching the Breaking Bad series finale on the streaming service. As noted by Insider entertainment news correspondent Kirsten Acuna, the trailer for El Camino plays immediately following the end of the Breaking Bad finale, to pick up where the series left off six years ago.
Critically acclaimed, Breaking Bad ran from 2008 to 2013 on AMC and followed high school chemistry teacher Walter White. Facing a potentially terminal cancer diagnosis, Walt teamed up with drug dealer Jesse Pinkman and began manufacturing a potent strain of crystal meth to help secure his family's financial future after his death.
The final season saw Jesse kidnapped by a gang of white supremacists who forced him to manufacture the meth for them before they were all killed by Walt, the latter of whom died in his revenge. Jesse was last seen fleeing into the night, racing away in an El Camino. The trailer revealed local authorities were on the lookout for him and the vehicle, as he is a person of interest in the criminal enterprise.
Written and directed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie stars Aaron Paul. The film arrives on Netflix Oct. 11, with a later release scheduled for AMC.