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Revealing new 'El Camino' trailer shows us life after 'Breaking Bad'

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Jesse Pinkman is looking rough.


The Breaking Bad lead played by Aaron Paul is back in El Camino from Netflix. The movie serves as a Bad sequel, with a focus on the immediate aftermath of the season finale and its repercussions on Jesse's life.


This trailer is our most comprehensive look yet at what that actually means, with clips that hint at the story and some of the trials Jesse will faceBreaking Bad fans, prepare to spend the next few weeks obsessing over who's speaking off camera in the final clip of the trailer.


"You ready?" 


El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie comes to Netflix on Oct. 11. Read more...

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