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There's exciting news for fans of Breaking Bad and Westworld because Aaron Paul is joining the science-fiction Western series.
According to Deadline, everyone's favourite (fictional) meth maker will be back on our screens in the series which is based in a fictional technologically advanced Wild-West-themed amusement park. Sounds crazy but so did mixing with Tuco Salamanca and look what happened there.
Anyway, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul will be a regular on the new series but his character has been kept under wraps for now.
In August, showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy promised a 'radical shift' for Season 3. And maybe they were talking about Paul all along.
The Ringer reported that Paul has the charisma, energy, and enthusiasm to inject the show with the humanity that Westworld desperately needs. This is exciting, tell us more.
Well, you won't be finding out anything more about his role within the series but it looks like he's pretty excited about the whole thing.
I feel like I'm in a dream Dolores. Can you wake me up from this dream? #Westworld pic.twitter.com/tmjGQA2kq8
- Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) September 13, 2018
And his fans are, too. One responded to the tweet: "Bro you have no idea how pumped I am for this!"
Another added: "Breaking Bad and Westworld are in my top 5 fave series of all time. And now you're crossing over from one to the other!? What the actual f...?!"
It seems people had become less than impressed with Westworld but now their interest has been well and truly spiked, probably the whole point in getting Paul on board.
One said: "I stopped watching Westworld S02 after underwhelming first four episodes. It was pretty much True Detective S02 disappointing level. Now I might finish the season."
Another commented: "Stopped watching midway through season 2. You Sir, are THE reason we will now finish season 2 and DEFINITELY watch season 3 #yeahbitch".
Paul won three supporting actor Emmys for his role as Jesse Pinkman in AMC's hugely popular Breaking Bad. Since that ended in 2013, he's starred in The Path and Are You Sleeping?
People are now guessing which part Paul could end up playing. Gizmodo speculated: "Whether Paul will appear as a host, park attendee, Delos employee, or something else entirely remains to be seen".
Whatever it is, we hope he's going to bring our favourite tag-line with him, bitch.