El Camino is the epilogue to the series Breaking Bad. According to the film story line, in the wake of his escape from captivity, "Jesse" must come to terms with his past in order to enable him a future.
El Camino, in its first week of release was watched by 25,734,392 households, having done much better than any other recently released Netflix film.
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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Got Great Reviews
El Camino premiered on 11th October and picks up right where Breaking Bad ended. The film features Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, Jonathan Banks and Bryan Cranston.
It seems El Camino also got a very good response on Twitter too. One Tweet said:
No Spoilers— Saul Goodman⚖ (@ltsSaulGoodman) October 11, 2019
I just finished.
I was on the edge of my seat.
I am utterly content.
I'm about to watch it again.
If you post anywhere. Please have respect for those that haven't watched it yet. #ElCaminoABreakingBadMovie #ElCamino #BreakingBad
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie was watched by 25,734,392 households in its first seven days pic.twitter.com/FDyPlYc8YO— Netflix US (@netflix) October 23, 2019