Whilst discussing the general season of “Higher Name Saul,” which wrapped up in the summertime of 2022, Vince Gilligan defined to Rolling Stone that the bigger “Breaking Bad” universe used to be small in scope and placement. “Ours is an overly small one, Albuquerque, New Mexico, as opposed to a few of these worlds and sequence of flicks and TV displays.” It is tough to consider a environment entering into the way in which of Gilligan cooking up extra “Breaking Bad” tasks however in the end, the inventive expressed within the interview that it used to be time to center of attention on a brand new mission. “The primary factor I am fearful of is changing into an excessive amount of of a one-trick pony,” Gilligan mentioned.
“Sure, I may do extra with this universe,” the inventive persisted. “And possibly one day I will be able to, particularly if I fail at the entirety that comes subsequent. Then I’m going to come crawling again. However presently, whether or not there may be more space to develop or now not — and there most definitely is — I believe love it’s time to do one thing new.” For enthusiasts, the chance of extra “Breaking Bad” will have to indubitably be thrilling.
But even so developing the short-lived CBS sequence “Fight Creek,” Gilligan has basically targeted at the “Breaking Bad” universe since its inception in 2008. Whilst “Higher Name Saul” aired its ultimate season in 2022, Gilligan did go back to the “Breaking Bad” universe in short for PopCorners’ 2023 Tremendous Bowl industrial. The commercial, directed through Gilligan, confirmed Jesse and Walter peddling PopCorners to Tuco (Raymond Cruz). In an interview with Other folks, Jesse actor Aaron Paul mentioned how Gilligan used to be to start with hesitant to movie the economic. Gilligan in the end joined the economic after Paul and Bryan Cranston satisfied the inventive that PopCorners sought after to pay homage to the franchise. For now, that is the closest Gilligan has gotten to returning to the “Breaking Bad” universe.