Breaking Bad Aaron Paul to Star in Hulu Drama Series The Way

Breaking Bad Aaron Paul to Star in Hulu Drama Series The Way

Aaron Paul, its been too long. After Breaking Bad finished almost two years back, Paul hasn’t precisely sought refuge from all forms of outside Need for Speed, A Long Way Down, and Exodus: Gods and Kings all turned out a year ago, however he’d likely rather you not discuss it—but rather the appeal and enthusiastic power we started to anticipate from Jesse Pinkman was difficult to find. Did he simply need his own series to truly demonstrate his best side?

Hopefully! Hulu reported today that Paul will star opposite Michelle Monaghan in The Way, a unique drama series from Friday Night Lights and Parenthood veteran Jason Katims. The story is by all accounts in the soul of the low-concept, emotional bones of Parenthood, with the story concentrating on a couple at a moment of crisis, addressing themselves and their relationship. The Way is portrayed as a 10-episode series, which could even imply that its a single season effort more like a 10-hour motion picture than a traditional TV series.

In the event that you think seeing Aaron Paul in an emotional relationship drama wouldn’t intrigue you about as much as Breaking Bad, you have in the middle of now and the debut of The Way to get up to speed with Smashed, which is—surprise!—an emotional relationship show featuring Aaron Paul (and Mary Elizabeth Winstead). It’s likewise great. You have your marching orders.

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