Beyond ‘Breaking Bad’: 5 TV Shows Aaron Paul Should Guest Star

The infamous drama series Breaking Bad has reached its series finale. Aaron Paul, one of the series hottest actors, will be well suited for guest starring roles on popular TV shows.

Aaron Paul is now unemployed from television.

The 34-year-old, two time Emmy-winning actor shot into notoriety with his highly acclaimed role as the dynamic Jesse Pinkman on the hit AMC drama series, Breaking Bad. The Emmy-winning series promptly came to an end on Sunday, September 29, 2013 after five seasons of captivating and shocking viewers.

Paul brings a vicious shrewdness, a calm fervor and a sarcastic wit to his role. It is only fair to say now that the most astute, undaunted cult-followed TV shows in history has aired its final episode, there will be more than a few viewers who will be morose to see Aaron go. Below are my picks for five TV shows that Aaron Paul should guest star on after “Breaking Bad”.

Parks and Recreation
The NBC mockumentary sitcom follows the ridiculous dealings of Pawnee, Indiana’s public officials as they pursue various undertakings improve their town.

The role: Guest appearance as a permit-seeking pharmacist who wants to bring a new pharmacy that would offer pharmaceutical accessibility and personal service to Pawnee. After all, he does know a little bit about producing and selling drugs.

House of Cards
The Netflix exclusive political drama series about Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey), the Democratic congressman from South Carolina, who is raging retribution on Washington D.C. politicians after being snubbed for Secretary of State.

The role: Guest appearance as a new legislative aid that saves Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) and confronts the slick-talking Underwood. He knows how to keep his head down but get the job done. He will shrewdness to this character.

Law and Order SVU
The NBC police crime drama about the elite detective squad of NYPD who investigate sexual crimes begins where the last season concluded, with Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) held captive by the maniacal William Lewis (Pablo Shreiber).

The role: Guest appearance as a slick-talking psychiatrist who saves Benson from herself after she rescued and begins suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress. In spite of everything, he has been locked up and held at gunpoint in almost every season of Breaking Bad.

The Big Bang Theory
The CBS comedy sitcom examines the lives of four nerdy and socially out of depth scientists.

The role: Guest appearance as a chemist colleague who works at Caltech with Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki). He learned from the best and will bring a new dimension to chemistry and nerdiness.

Orange Is the New Black
The hit Netflix comedy-drama series about Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), a 30-something that is sentenced to over a year in prison after being convicted for transporting drug money for her girlfriend (Laura Prepon) nearly a decade prior.

The role: Guest appearance as newly recruited corrections officer at Litchfield Prison for training while George ‘Pornstache’ Mendez (Pablo Screiber) is on administrative leave. Nevertheless he knows a little about learning on-the-job.