With not long to go until the arrival of “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” you might be wondering what time you can start watching it or how long you have left to binge-watch “Breaking Bad” to catch up on the story. The new sequel film from creator Vince Gilligan arrives on October 11th but what time can you watch it?
Well, that all depends on where in the world you live. Netflix Originals usually get added shortly after midnight in Los Angeles, the home of Netflix. So, after taking the timezones into account you can expect to be able to watch “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” as follows:
Western USA: from 12.00am
Eastern USA: from 3.00am
UK: from 8.00am
Central Europe: from 9.00am
Africa: from 9.00am
Western Australia: from 3.00pm
Eastern Australia: from 5.00pm
Let us know in the comments what you think to “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” once it arrives!
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” will tell Jesse Pinkman’s story after the events of the TV series “Breaking Bad”. Netflix has released a trailer that shows Jesse (Aaron Paul) meeting up with his old friends Skinny Pete and Badger. We have also previously seen footage of him sat in the El Camino car he escaped in listening to news reports of the carnage he left behind. Little is known about the upcoming film and there isn’t even a placeholder on the Netflix website so they are clearly wanting to keep things under wraps. The full 5 seasons of “Breaking Bad” are available on Netflix globally if you want to recap the story line.
The subject of the film is shrouded in secrecy but is thought to be a sequel to the series that follows Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) trying to get his life back together after the events of the final season of the show. The film used the codename “Greenbrier” during production and if you search for this on the Netflix website then the top two search results are “Breaking Bad” and the spin-off prequel series “Better Call Saul”.
In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future.