Producer Vince Gilligan, creator of breaking badsigned a contract with Apple to develop two seasons of an unreleased series. Rhea Seehorn, Kim Wexler from Better Call Saulwill be the protagonist of the new production.
The information was released this Thursday (22) by the Variety. According to the website, the story is being kept under wraps, but the fact is that the production must have no correlation with the universe of Walter White and company.
Gilligan created the new story and will serve as showrunner and executive producer, alongside Jeff Frost and Diane Mercer. Jenn Carroll, who worked on El Caminowill be the producer of the series.
Although the series’ agreement is with Apple, the studio that will make the recordings will be Sony Pictures Television, which also recorded breaking bad.
“After fifteen years, I realized that it was time to stop writing antiheroes… and who is more heroic than the brilliant Rhea Seehorn?” Gilligan said in a statement. “It’s past time for her to have her own show and I feel lucky to be able to work with her,” he added.
The producer stated that he is very excited to work on the project and said that Apple has put together a “great team”. Other people working behind the scenes to breaking badlike Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, will also be joining Gilligan in the new venture.