Heisenberg and Pinkman may be off our screens by the end of the summer, but that doesn't mean Vince Gilligan is done with his worldwide televisual sensation, Breaking Bad.

Now, don't be worrying, he isn't planning to continue the show with a whole new cast ala Skins, it's just that he's going full steam ahead with that spinoff we were telling you about. He's working on the show about dodgy lawyer Saul Goodman with writer and producer Peter Gould.

Y'see, as Gilligan told The Wrap, he believes it's rather important that Gould is involved. "In this particular case, since Peter created the character, it felt more than right to be working with him on this," he said, before confirming that the project is moving "full steam ahead". We're guessing Bob Odenkirk's character doesn't meet a grisly end so, although we suppose there's nothing stopping them setting the show before the iconic series begins either...

"We are plugging away coming up with a pitch and a take on it for the network and studio, and hopefully everyone will agree that there's a really fun show to be had here. Hopefully we'll get it up and running, and then Peter will run it. I'd love to see that happen", Gilligan added. They'll be pitching the project to Sony, and if the studio bites, it's more than likely the spinoff will be shown on AMC.

Now tell us Breaking Bad fans, are you ready for a spinoff? Or should Gilligan and Gould leave well enough alone?