This is welcome news if we've ever heard it. Bryan Cranston cemented himself into acting hall of fames everywhere with his character Walter White in Breaking Bad, and now he is set to come back to the small screen once more.

The 58-year-old actor will reprise his role as President Lyndon B Johnson in a TV adaptation of the Broadway play All the Way. The star won a Tony award recently for his Broadway debut in the play, and now its writer Robert Schenkkan will adapt it into a TV movie.

HBO have managed to scoop the rights to it too which means it's pretty much guaranteed for success, with the network securing 99 Emmy nominations last week for HBO Films along with winning multiple awards last year for the made-for-TV film Behind the Candelabra, starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.

The film will also have the one and only Steven Spielberg among the executive producers, while Schenkkan himself has previously earned two Emmy nominations and a WGA award for his miniseries The Pacific, also on HBO.

So all in all, we reckon this time next year, Cranston will be raking in the Emmys for this flick too, he just can't do wrong these days.