When we last saw Jesse Pinkman, he was on the lam in an El Camino.

A mortally-injured Walter White (Bryan Cranston) had rescued and freed the character played by Aaron Paul as his final act of the series finale, prompting Pinkman to take off in the car left behind by a white supremacist.

Now, six years later, we finally get to see what happened to Jesse after he fled the scene of Walt's death.

On Friday, Netflix released the long-anticipated "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" after nearly a year of secretive filming. Hints about the plot — and even the cast — were extremely minimal, with the streaming network disclosing merely that Paul would star, and that the events were to take place after "Breaking Bad."

"In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity," Netflix's description of the movie read, "Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future."

Critics and fans really didn't have much to hold on to: No trailers or teasers for the film were released until late summer, just a few weeks before "El Camino" was set to premiere.

But on Friday, all of your questions will be answered in the course of the two-hour film. Be sure to have your popcorn ready — as of press time, the movie has a 97 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

"El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" premiered on Netflix Oct. 11.

Alyssa Pereira is an SFGate digital editor. Email: [email protected] | Twitter: @alyspereira