Burberry "London In Los Angeles" Event - Red CarpetA day after angering the Internet with "Breaking Bad" spinoff, Aaron Paul has signed on for an actual, real, new television show on Hulu.

Hulu announced that Paul is joining the cast of "The Way," an original drama about the "controversial movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power." The three-time Emmy winner will play a husband and father who comes to the movement after a crisis of faith. His wife will be played by Michelle Monaghan ("True Detective").

"The Way" was created by Jessica Goldberg, and is being executive-produced by Jason Katims ("Parenthood," "Friday Night Lights"). Paul will also serve as a producer of the 10-episode series, which should make a winter debut.

This marks Paul's return to a television series after the finale of "Breaking Bad," for which he won three Emmys as a supporting actor. He drove fans crazy with a Periscope video teasing a Jesse Pinkman spinoff — only to admit it was all a prank. He tweeted his apologies:

Too cruel, Aaron Paul, too cruel.

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