Aaron Paul showed up to support his former Breaking Bad costar Bryan Cranston at a New York City event held in his honor Sunday night.

Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston Reunion

Paul and Cranston reunited at the House of Elyx, where A Celebration for Bryan Cranston was being held. On Breaking Bad, Paul, 36, had played junkie-turned-drug cook Jesse, while Cranston starred as high school chemistry teacher-turned-meth kingpin Walter White. The show, which ran for five critically acclaimed seasons before wrapping up in 2013, won two Golden Globes during its run. It also won 16 Primetime Emmy Awards.

Paul and Cranston last publicly reunited in 2014 to film a promotional commercial for the Emmys. The spot, which also starred Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, featured the two playing pawn shop owners who ran a covert pet cleaning business.

Since the culmination of their run on AMC’s Breaking Bad, both actors have been throwing themselves into their film careers.

Cranston appeared in 2014 blockbuster Godzilla, and stars in the SAG-nominated Trumbo as the titular screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. His other upcoming projects include comedy Get a Job and labor movement drama In Dubious Battle. He’ll be returning to the small screen for the HBO film All the Way as Lyndon B. Johnson.

As for Paul, he’s starred in Hellion, Need for Speed and in Ridley Scott‘s Exodus: Gods and Kings. His upcoming film projects include The Parts You Lose, Come and Find Me and Triple 9, which will also star The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus.