Aaron Paul hints at a future role in Better Call Saul
Aaron Paul has given yet another hint that he'll be involved in Better Call Saul at some point in the future.
The Breaking Bad star was initially linked with a role in the first season of the spin-off, created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, but later denied any involvement.
Paul, who played meth dealer Jesse Pinkman alongside Bryan Cranston's Walter White in the original show, told Variety: "We always have fun having that discussion - Vince [Gilligan], myself, Peter [Gould], the writers. We just have no idea how that would happen. But hopefully one day."
Better Call Saul has received rave reviews from critics and is now five episodes into its run on Netflix in Ireland.
Paul, 35, is a big fan although he admits it's tough to see such a similar show to Breaking Bad take place without him.
"I love it. It's a little weird because it kind of looks like Breaking Bad," he added.
"It has somewhat of a little bit different tone, but I know everyone involved, and I'm not involved in it at all and it's a little weird, a little sad, but it's great."