More Breaking Bad spinoff shows possible: AMC’s boss says the “Door is open”

There is gold in the streets just waiting for someone to come and scoop it up.”- Walter White, Breaking Bad, Season 5.

Only a few episodes are left before the new Mexico underworld crime series-Better Call Saul (a prequel show of Breaking Bad) will come to an end and the fans can’t wait to see what the ending would be. After the end of the series, seems like the show creators are willing to step down from continuing to create the show.

Dan McDermott president of AMC studios has officially announced that they are not planning on creating any more shows in the BCS series.

I can tell you that if I could do anything to encourage Vince and Peter to continue on in this universe, I would do it… I think you’d have to ask them, but the door is always open and I long for the day my phone rings and Vince, Peter, or our friends at Sony called to say, ‘Hey, I think we have another show set in this universe– says Dan.

In an interview with The Deadline, while promoting the new season of the BCS Gould said- “I love these characters, I love this world. Maybe someday, but personally I’m going to take a little break from that world and try something else, just to prove that I can.” 

The five-season crime-based series has been considered to be one of the greatest shows in the history of TV shows. After the end of the first show of Breaking Bad, it got a prequel show- Better Call Saul came out in 2015 and is running its final season currently with 6 episodes left.

In a recent interview, the show makers said that they will be taking a break from the show and stepping down from further being a part of creating the series. They have revealed that there aren’t any shows under development for the BCS series nor do they plan of creating any new series as of now.

In total the Breaking bad universe includes 12 seasons of 2 different shows and a movie- El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie released in 2019 as a Netflix original. The series and the movies have been nominated for Primetime Emmy Awards.

Breaking Bad is now streaming on Netflix

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