Oscar nominee, Emmy winner, and erstwhile Walter White, Bryan Cranston has signed to be part of ELECTRIC DREAMS: THE WORLD OF PHILIP K. DICK, an upcoming 10-part Sci-Fi anthology. Cranston will both act in and exec produce, Variety reports.

The series will be ten stand-alone episodes based on Philip K. Dick’s prescient stories. His writings have been filmed before, including titles and classics such as TOTAL RECALL, THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU, A SCANNER DARKLY, and MINORITY REPORT. He’s widely considered one of the best and most prophetic of science fiction authors of the 20th century.

A SCANNER DARKLY

The title of the series comes from Dick’s novel DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, which was turned into 1982’s iconic Sci-Fi flick BLADE RUNNER, a sequel to which is in production now.