BOISE -- Emmy award winning actor and Emmett native Aaron Paul wants to share his successful work with his fellow Idahoans.
That's right, the Breaking Bad co-star went to Twitter Monday to invite his fans to come watch the show with him on Sunday at the Egyptian Theatre in Downtown Boise.
He wrote, "I rented out the Egyptian theater in downtown Boise to live stream the next episode. Who's coming with me? It's free. It's fun"
Paul is a Centennial High School grad who has grabbed himself two Emmys for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the AMC series, "Breaking Bad," and the final episodes of the series are airing in coming weeks.
KTVB's radio partners, Peak Broadcasting, are promoting the event that they say will be a nonprofit event to support local arts.
It's called "Breaking Bad for Good."
The event is free Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre on West Main Street.
Mix 106, 103 Kiss FM, Wow Country 104, 107.9 Lite FM, & 580 KIDO will have the tickets to the event, and fans can win them all week by listening to those stations.