A docu-series that will show us the real cases that inspired the story created by Vince Gilligan, with Giancarlo Esposito as host.
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It is more than clear that Breaking Bad is a total phenomenon, with a total of five seasons and a subsequent film, has managed to stay out of the most viewed and successful series since its inception, due to the incredible plot and the passion of its faithful fanatics.
In 2015 we were presented with another series that goes hand in hand with this, "Better Call Saul" story also told by Vince Gilligan, focused on the story that led him to be the peculiar lawyer we can see within Breaking Bad.
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Later in 2019, all the fans were incredibly surprised with the premiere on Netflix of a film that continues with the narration of the series, which, believed to be finished: “El Camino”, story about the fate of Jesse Pinkman after being again rescued by Heisenberg.
And although we know that, due to the current situation of global health contingency, quite a few productions have been paused, “The Broken and the Bad” is almost ready, and has the production of Gus Fring himself (Giancarlo Esposito).
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"This short documentary series, hosted by Giancarlo Esposito, is inspired by the most memorable characters, situations, and themes from the Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad universe," detailed AMC on its official site.
According to this mentioned description of the American channel, the episodes follow a Saul Goodman "of real life", in an electromagnetism-free zone in Western Virginia (a nod to the phobia of Chuck, Jimmy's brother) and a follow-up to the drug cartels and the tunnels on the borders between the United States and Mexico.
So AMC prepares a whole day dedicated to the universe of Breaking Bad, because for Thursday, July 9, a marathon of the fifth season of Better Call Saul will be broadcast from 9 am to 9:30 pm, to make way for the premiere of The Broken and the Bad.
Likewise, eager for this new installment, Giancarlo Esposito published a photograph from his official Instagram account announcing his role in this new production.
“Excited and looking forward to you watching the new #TheBrokenAndTheBad show, which debuts on July 9 at AMC. Inspired by the universe of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, we will explore the psychology of artists and hitmen, the economics of drug-centered operations, the town where you can live free of electromagnetism, and more. #AprobadoPorGus ”, was the description of his publication.