Breaking Bad, which is arguably one of the best TV shows of all time, is receiving the cinema treatment.

Deadline exclusively reported that the feature-length sequel will arrive at Netflix and the series’ original producer, AMC. But it may come to Netflix first.

The Hollywood Reporter says that sources confirm that the plot will be centered around surviving original series character Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul. That correlates with the rumors that have been circulating in recent months.

Bryan Cranston was recently asked if there was any possibility of an appearance from the teacher turned Meth dealer, Walter White, in the flick. There appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad but I honestly have not even read the script so I couldn’t tell you,” he said at the time, adding that he would “absolutely” join the project if Gilligan requested it.

Despite having come off the air since 2013, Breaking Bad hasn’t dropped out of the pop culture conversation, thanks to its spin-off series, Better Call Saul.

As for the confirmed Breaking Bad movie, there’s a chance that it will air on AMC in different parts, but it’s being treated like a feature-length film.