Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad, has just purchased the next show from Apple TV Plus

Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad, has just purchased the next show from Apple TV Plus ...

Now that the series series of Breaking Bad Better Call Saul is over, focus has diverted to what producer Vince Gilligan is going to do next. It turns out he is making the move to Apple TV Plus, where the streaming service has ordered two seasons of his next show, and Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler) is set to play the lead role.

This is the first word about Deadline (opens in a new tab) which claims that the new show is a blended, grounded genre drama." So those of you who expect Kim to do her own spin-off in the Breaking Bad universe will be sorely dissatisfied. Despite Gilligan''s record (The Lone Gunmen, however), there''s plenty to be excited about here.

For starters, Seehorn nailed Kim Wexler''s role as a lawyer swapped his would-be girlfriend and partner in the crime to Jimmy McGill. The second is that a guarantee of two seasons means we will not be getting invested in a show that has abruptly canceled something we fear does not happen to The Sandman.

The Gilligans next project is expected to be extremely popular, with 8-9 networks expected to hear about it. Which is no surprise given how much success both Broken Bad and Better Call Saul were.

The site says it was looking for a series order (as opposed to a pilot) and a budget of between $13.5 and $15 million per episode. "Appearance is said to have shown great interest and pursued it aggressively," says the streaming company.

The X-Files and the Twilight Zone were all influenced by Gilligan''s previous shows, which they found fascinating. According to a Deadline report, the new show will not be a sci-fi drama.

While refocusing on people and exploring the human condition in an unexpected, surprising way, the show will be envisioned in our world instead. Other scenes suggest it''s thought-provoking but not a morality tale, and exploring similar notions of bending reality while holding a mirror to humanity.

This isn''t expected to be an anthology, but rather it will have an overarching story. It''s also unclear when it will be produced, or when it will be called. Sony Pictures Television will once again be responsible for making the show. So watch this space, and ensure you get more information as we hear it.