Jesse Pinkman's story isn't over yet, and a new behind-the-scenes trailer for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie digs into the reasons why show creator Vince Gilligan decided to return to Albuquerque. Featuring footage from the film, which releases tomorrow on Netflix, the trailer sees Jesse visiting some familiar haunts from the AMC series, which ran for five seasons and wrapped up in 2013.
In the final season of Breaking Bad, Jesse was held prisoner by a gang of white supremacists and forced to cook meth for them, tortured and held in nightmarish conditions. He was eventually freed when Walt arrived and massacred the gang using a machine gun rigged up in the trunk of his car. After being liberated and killing fellow meth cook Todd Alquist, Jesse took off in a 1978 Chevrolet El Camino that had belonged to Todd, and was last seen laughing deliriously at the wheel as he drove away.
In El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie we'll finally find out what happened to Jesse next, and the trailers so far have shown him on the run as Albuquerque's police force tries to hunt him down for his many crimes. The movie will bring back a lot of old faces, including Jesse's friends Skinny Pete and Badger, and junkyard owner Old Pete. As seen in this behind-the-scenes trailer for El Camino, the movie will also visit some familiar places - including the white supremacist gang's compound, Old Joe's junkyard, and what looks like a certain vacuum repair shop.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie releases on Netflix at midnight PST on October 11th, and fans are eager to find out if Jesse finally gets a happy(ish) ending after five seasons of escalating misery in Breaking Bad. Though he's certainly not innocent, Jesse was definitely one of the most likeable characters in Breaking Bad, proving on many occasions that he ultimately had a good heart and didn't want to hurt people - unlike his partner in crime. However, the Albuquerque police aren't likely to be so forgiving.
The voice at the very end of the trailer has been speculated to be Ed a.k.a. "The Disappearer," the owner of a vacuum repair shop who specializes in creating entirely new identities for people who are in hot water and need to disappear. Walter White employed Ed's services in Breaking Bad, spending months living in a remote cabin in New Hampshire after his crimes were exposed. If Jesse can somehow find the money to pay Ed, El Camino could end with him getting a fresh start somewhere new.