Last updated on September 26, 2019
The two-minute trailer provides very little concerning plot or dialog, but it transports the viewer into the exact different world of this series.
Picking up minutes after the close of the show, we visit Jesse Pinkman escape the Neo-Nazi chemical where he had been held captive. His escape, as lovers would understand, was helped by Walter White’s greatest sacrifice. Breaking Bad conducted for five months from 2008 to 2013 also told the story of a high-school chemistry instructor diagnosed with cancer that begins cooking crystal meth — frequently with former student Pinkman — to supply his loved ones.
Going by Jesse’s distraught state — he’s on the run by law enforcement officers and ruined from the abuse he endured in the hands of their Neo-Nazis — it would not be too much of a stretch to expect him to have dreams of his older pals.
Fans appeared to be delighted with the trailer. “I’d bet this movie is all about Jesse getting his own man. He does not want a father figure,” one man wrote in the remarks section. “Now, this is the way you create a movie trailer without even giving the entire narrative away!!” Wrote.
Directed by series founder Vince Gilligan, El Camino celebrities Aaron Paul from the lead character, and is now the next Breaking Bad spin-off after the great show Better Call Saul, starring Bob Odenkirk as Walter and Jesse’s prospective attorney.