Bryan Cranston, known for his iconic role as Walter White in Breaking Bad, has left fans wondering what’s next after the series and its spin-offs have come to a close. In a recent interview, Cranston expressed his belief that everything should come to an end, including the story of Walter White. He stated that he is proud of what they accomplished with the series and believes that it’s okay to have a beginning, middle, and end, and then let it go.
Cranston’s words suggest that he feels there is no more to offer in the world of Breaking Bad, as the series finale tied up all loose ends. However, there is potential for spin-offs centered around secondary characters such as Saul Goodman, Mike Ehrmantraut, and Gustavo Fring. Giancarlo Esposito, who portrayed Fring, has expressed interest in a spin-off about his character’s life.
For fans craving more Breaking Bad content, there are currently two options available. “El Camino” is a film that follows Jesse’s experiences after the events of Breaking Bad, while “Better Call Saul” delves into the life of Jimmy McGill. Despite its popularity, “Better Call Saul” has surprisingly not received any Emmy Awards.
Overall, while Bryan Cranston believes that the story of Walter White has reached its conclusion, there is still potential for new stories within the Breaking Bad universe. Fans can look forward to potential spin-offs centered around beloved secondary characters, as well as the existing films and series that continue to expand the world of Breaking Bad.
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