Fresh off his Emmy win, Aaron Paul has a bunch of new interviews talking about the new upcoming season of Breaking Bad, as well as how it was like working with his co-star Bryan Cranston.
In an interview with Digital Spy, Paul talks about his initial impression of Breaking Bad, saying, “"When I first read Breaking Bad I thought it was brilliant, but there weren't too many layers to Jesse at the beginning. I initially viewed him, as did everybody else I think, as just a burnout druggie. But then even as season one went on, and especially when season two started, he had so much more going on beneath the surface. You really saw that he was a good kid, he had a good heart, but he was definitely lost and struggling to find his way."
He also talks about the chemistry between him and Bryan Cranston, saying, “"It's been like that since day one. The first scene we did together, we just really hit it off, just gelled. Each scene's different – he and I will run lines outside of our trailers. It's a very light set, because we tell such a dark story at times, and we've gotta break that darkness up with some light and humor. It's such a fun set, and a family that I will miss dearly when it's all over."