Netflix has just dropped 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'
**This article contains NO spoilers for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie**
The time has finally come. Despite coming to what we all thought was an end in 2013, fans of Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad will finally have their six-year comedown end, as El: Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is finally available to stream on Netflix RIGHT NOW.
The show, which debuted on January 20, 2008 and ran for five seasons, followed the story of a terminally ill chemistry teacher by the name of Walter White, who turns to cooking meth with his former high school student, Jesse Pinkman, as a means of ensuring his family is financially stable following his death.
The intense show caused fans to endlessly binge episodes, attempt to push it on their mates, and not shut up about how good it was - ironically, it was as addictive as White and Pinkman's meth.
In case you haven't seen it already, here is the incredible trailer for El Camino:
The original show ended with Jesse Pinkman finally breaking free of The Brotherhood's compound, thanks to a deadly rescue mission by White. The finale ended with Walter lying on the floor of a methlab, seemingly succumbing to a lethal gunshot wound as police stormed the lab.
The movie will follow the emotionally and physically tortured Pinkman, as he attempts to outrun his past and the law, and attempt to forge some sort of future for himself.
No information was ever officially released stating that Heisenberg actor Bryan Cranston would be reprising his role for the movie, but I guess now is the perfect opportunity to go and find out if he survived his raid on the Nazis, or perhaps appears as part of a flashback.
If you haven't gone back and rewatched all five seasons of the Emmy award-winning Breaking Bad, fear not - this two-and-a-half-minute recap by Aaron Paul himself is seriously all you need:
And despite being live for approximately one hour, as of this writing, fans all over the world are already engrossed in the highly-anticipated sequel:
And finally, before you settle in for what I'm sure is going to be the best two hours and two minutes of your year, this is the one scene Aaron Paul personally said every fan needs to rewatch before diving into El Camino: