The “Breaking Bad” movie is heading to Netflix

Actor Bryan Cranston speaks onstage during Brady Center's 2018 Bear Awards honoring real life heroes helping to prevent gun violence at Gotham Hall on October 1, 2018 in New York City.

With Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul both set to return.

With opinion very much divided but conversation very much still ongoing with regard to the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring Velvet Buzzsaw, according to Deadline Netflix has upped its game once again with news of a feature-length Breaking Bad movie set to premier on the streaming service before heading to AMC.

If you’ve not seen the original series then what follows probably counts as a hefty spoiler, but the film is set to focus on Aaron Paul’s surviving character Jesse Pinkman, with Paul set to return to the role.

With the movie written — and apparently set to be directed — by original series creator Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston is also slated to return in flashback form, alongside original co-stars Jonathan Banks and Krysten Ritter.

No more details are available on the Breaking Bad movie as yet, but it does begin to show a clearer picture of which way the programming landscape is shifting: with the original series having aired first on AMC then moved to Netflix, just a few years later it seems that things have taken a sharp about turn.