Actor Giancarlo Esposito, who portrays the supervillain and drug lord Gus Fring in the TV shows Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, reacted after seeing the premiere of his former co-star Bryan Cranston’s new limited series ‘Your Honor.’
Your Honor is about a limited series based on the Israeli television series ‘Kvodo’ and a civil suit that took place in New Orleans. Starring in the series, Bryan Cranston plays a judge whose son is involved in crime.
Cranston’s character, who played the role of the man who has been trying to provide justice for years, is told that he put himself in a difficult situation to protect his son after being involved in a crime. The 10-episode series is directed by screenwriter Peter Moffat.
Giancarlo Esposito, who plays the brutal dictator ‘El President’ Antón Castillo in the upcoming game Far Cry 6, and Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian series, jumped on Twitter and expressed his own thoughts on Bryan Cranston’s new project after seeing Your Honor’s premiere.
In his tweet, Esposito described the show’s premiere as heartbreaking and said Cranston delivered an impeccable performance in the upcoming series. The 62-year-old actor also said that the limited series had beautiful visual storytelling and described it as simply perfect.
Here’s what he stated:
“A heartbreakingly compelling series premiere. @BryanCranston gives a seamless performance. Beautiful visual storytelling. Simply pitch-perfect. Not an easy ride. What would you do?”
Your Honor started airing on November 6th and the series started airing on the television network Hulu.
Check out the Twitter post below.
A heartbreakingly compelling series premiere. @BryanCranston gives a seamless performance. Beautiful visual storytelling. Simply pitch perfect. Not an easy ride. What would you do? pic.twitter.com/Ii9xFTGtWi
— Giancarlo Esposito (@quiethandfilms) December 15, 2020