Walter White produces a treat empire in an extended variation of the Breaking Bad PopCorners Super Bowl industrial. The status AMC series, which aired from 2008 to 2013, has actually stayed pertinent years after ending due to its status as one of the best tv dramas of perpetuity. Since the program’s conclusion, its cherished lead characters Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) have actually reunited many times, most just recently in a Breaking Bad- themed Super Bowl industrial for PopCorners treats.

Now, a couple of days after the huge video game, PopCorners has actually launched an extended variation of the Breaking Bad Super Bowl industrial.

The extended advertisement consists of a number of scenes not included in the initial variation, such as starting with Walt rolling a barrel significant “PopCorners” and ending with Walt seated among his treat empire, parodying a renowned Breaking Bad season 5 poster. Watch the prolonged advertisement above.

Breaking Bad’s Future Explained

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Since Breaking Bad ended, Walt and Jesse have actually reunited for Netflix’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and the AMC spinoff program in Better Call Saul season 6. Now, while undoubtedly happening outside the canon of the Breaking Bad universe, this ridiculous Super Bowl advertisement for treats is the current reunion for the renowned meth-cooking duo. However, without any other Breaking Bad spinoffs relatively in the works, this might be the last time Walt and Jesse are seen together.

Breaking Bad developer and Better Call Saul co-creator Vince Gilligan has no present strategies to continue the linked universe and is rather dealing with establishing a program for Apple TELEVISION+. Better Call Saul‘s other co-creator, Peter Gould, has actually likewise revealed interest in pursuing other jobs. It’s likewise uncertain what story another capacity Breaking Bad spinoff would inform, though a Gus Fring origin story has actually been drifted by Giancarlo Esposito.

While there are some appealing concepts for continuing the Breaking Bad universe, none would likely require the return of Walt orJesse Cranston just recently talked about Walt’s future after the Super Bowl advertisement, calling it a “retiring episode” for his character. However, he has actually been incorrect about being finished with Walt prior to and if need stays high, there’s constantly an opportunity he might go back to the scene.

Source: PopCorners