A “Breaking Bad” Docuseries is On the Way

Bob Odenkirk and Bryan Cranston in "Breaking Bad"

A Breaking Bad docuseries is on the way and it will explore some of the show’s most iconic moments.

The show concluded in 2013 but it’s still considered by many to be one of the best shows of all time. The spin-off series, Better Call Saul, is still underway and brings the pre-Heisenberg timeline up to the point of Gus Fring’s meth empire.

The new series will be called The Broken and the Bad and will take a look back at some of the biggest moments in both the series and the spin-off. It will tie these moments in with similar events that have happened in the real world.

One episode is set to focus on Chunk MicGill’s storyline and will delve into the mystery of a town where people with electromagnetic hypersensitivity can live in peace.

The series is described as being “inspired by the most memorable characters, situations, and themes of the Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad universe and focuses on the real-world stories that mirror the fictional worlds of both shows”.

No official release date for the series has been announced yet.