'Breaking Bad'
(L-R) Cast members Aaron Paul, series creator Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, Jonathan Banks and RJ Mitte from the award-winning television series "Breaking Bad" stand by Tyvek suits and masks used in the series during a memorabilia donating event at the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington November 10, 2015. Reuters/Gary Cameron

Another actor from the popular “Breaking Bad” TV series has joined the cast of “Westworld” season 3. Aaron Paul will be joining the team as a regular.

According to a report by TheHollywoodReporter, Paul has been cast in an unspecified role on the show. Details about his character are currently being kept under wraps. The fans may get to know more when the actual filming of the next season begins.

Paul has also been cast in a few other projects. He will be seen in “Welcome Home,” “The Parts You Lose,” “Android” and “Are You Sleeping.”

Paul is the second big actor from the “Breaking Bad” TV series to join “Westworld.” Previously, Giancarlo Esposito had a big cameo appearance in season 2.

There have been a lot of changes on the show, and Paul’s character will be facing a vastly different world. Most of the hosts are dead, and major characters like Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) have escaped into the human world.

The plot of the next season will be about the switched roles of Dolores and Bernard, who will now be the guests. "I'm excited to explore the idea of host as guests, as Bernard and Dolores are guests now," Wright said after the season 2 finale.

"The mirror reflection seems that it's turned on this new [incarnation of] Westworld, and that is the human world. I think the exploration now of [pretending to be] human inside this world as hosts could be rich territory. Once again, it seems there's a possibility, again, without having read one word of season three, that the worlds are turned upside down and inside out once more,” Wright said.

The fans will have to wait a while before they can see “Westworld” season 3. The show is set to return only in 2020.