Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul will be returning to AMC for a new series, “Breaking Bad: The Complete Series,” the network announced Monday.
Paul, who plays Walt on the AMC hit, will star in the series alongside Bryan Cranston, who has been starring on the popular hit series for four seasons.
The show will debut in 2018.
Breaking Bad was the last season of AMC’s drama series The Walking Dead, and the network has made it clear that the spinoff series will not feature any of the main characters from the show.
The series, set in Albuquerque, will be produced by Vince Gilligan and Joel Fields, who also serve as executive producers.
AMC has also announced that the network will release three new movies this year.
In addition, the network is partnering with Netflix to create a new “Netflix Original Movie Series” series based on the hit show.
Netflix has already ordered five episodes of the series, and it is set to air on March 5.
AMC’s original “Breaking God” series is set in the world of AMC, and was created by Vince Vaughn and is set during the fictional universe created by Robert Kirkman in his book series “The Walking Dead.”
AMC’s other original “Dead” series will be created by Dave Erickson, who previously created the spin-off series “Breaking Man.”