India, Oct. 19 -- Aaron Paul thought the ending of Breaking Bad was 'perfect'. The actor, who played the drug-dealing Jesse Pinkman in the acclaimed television series, told Hindustan Times that he 'didn't have any desire to know what happened to Jesse' after the events shown in the series, which ended in 2013.

But on October 11, Netflix released El Camino, an unexpected follow-up to Breaking Bad, which provided Pinkman's story with closure that not too many fans, including Paul, even knew they needed. "I thought, from beginning to end, that entire series was almost flawless. I loved that it left it open, and everyone around the world had their own ideas about what happened to Jesse, and that in itself was perfect," Paul said.

The actor ...