Aaron Paul is making his frustration crystal clear.
The “Breaking Bad” star told Entertainment Tonight Canada last week during a SAG-AFTRA picket that he makes zilch in residuals from his hit show being on Netflix.
While standing on the picket line in front of Sony Pictures Entertainment Studios in Culver City, California, with his co-stars Bryan Cranston and Jesse Plemons, Paul said it’s time for streaming services to “pony up” and pay the talent properly.
“I don’t get a piece from Netflix on ‘Breaking Bad,’ if we’re being totally honest, and that’s insane to…
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