Better Call Saul
Yeah, bitch! Aaron Paul confessed on the January 24 episode of ‘Ellen’ that he’d be totally down to reprise his Jesse Pinkman character for the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff ‘Better Call Saul’. He sounds so excited in his interview about bringing Jesse back!
So cool! ‘Better Call Saul’ returns to AMC on February 15, and the network just released a cryptic new teaser trailer for Season 2. In the video, Jimmy struggles with continuing to the do ‘the right thing’ in life, or becoming the con-man we fell in love with on ‘Breaking Bad.’ Watch it here!
AMC released a teaser trailer for Better Call Saul‘s second season on Dec. 11, and in the 20-second clip, we see Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) having what seems to be an identity crisis. Jonathan Banks also makes an appearance. Well, sort of.
Oh my God, you guys. The ‘Better Call Saul’ finale was even more devastating– and strange– than we could have imagined. Jimmy’s past came back in a major way, and it gave us quite a few questions about what that means for Jimmy’s future.
On the Apr. 6 season finale of Better Call Saul, we got some pretty huge questions answered as well as the somewhat unravelling of Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk). We also saw the backlash of that major Chuck (Michael McKean) bombshell and, someone we thought was unimportant from Jimmy’s past returns and wrecks some major havoc. Check out the finale recap!
Oh boy. On the Mar. 30 episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ everything started to come to a head– and a shocking truth was finally revealed.
We are just one week away from the season finale of Better Call Saul and, on the Mar. 30 episode, the rising stakes were very apparent. Chuck (Michael McKean) once again played responsible older brother to Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk), and attempted to convince him to accept a hard truth (good luck with that, Chuck)– however, a major reveal came out and completely changed the game for the two brothers. Meanwhile, Mike (Jonathan Banks) found himself working a “job,” but it wasn’t the most, uh, straightforward. Check out a full recap!
Oh Jimmy. On the Mar. 23 episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ Jimmy smells trouble– and for once, he’s not even responsible for it! Of course, that doesn’t stop him from getting involved.
Can Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) ever stay out of trouble? On the Mar. 23 episode of Better Call Saul, Jimmy again tries to do the right thing but his efforts are again somewhat thwarted. This time, though, he gets some assistance form big brother Chuck (Michael McKean). Also, we finally got to see why exactly Jimmy has such deep seated hatred for Howard (Patrick Fabian). Check out a full recap!
After last week’s episode finally got to the bottom of Mike, we see how his shady past is going to affect Jimmy’s shady future. Plus, we see a whole lot more of those Kettleman folds!
With Mike’s (Jonathan Banks) past out there in the open, and Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) pretty much synonymous with trouble, the events of the Mar. 16 episode of Better Call Saul were somewhat inevitable. We also got back to those pesky Kettlemans, and finally got a hint of what this season’s end game might actually be. We’ve only got three episodes left, after all! Check out a full recap!
Well it was about time. On the Mar. 9 episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ we finally got some answers about Mike. Some stuff we already knew, but other stuff… Not so much! Check out a full recap!
After the Mar. 2 episode of Better Call Saul left us with a major Mike (Jonathan Banks) cliffhanger, the Mar. 9 episode wasted no time in finally giving us some insight as to how Mike went from ex cop to the parking validator of a low-level court. Of course, we also saw some more of Slippin’ Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) current scheme play out– but there’s considerably less Jello this time!
Since the first episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ no one’s backstory has been more of a mystery than Mike’s. Finally, in the Mar. 9 episode, we may get to the bottom of how Mike got to find himself inside that tollbooth!
For fans of Breaking Bad, Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) became a favorite very early on, and his role in Better Call Saul has been one of the most mysterious. Finally, on the Mar. 9 episode, we might get a little bit of insight as to how Mike went from an ex-cop to a parking lot tollbooth worker to the drug dealing criminal we know he ultimately becomes. Plus, we might even find out more details about his adorable granddaughter!
On this week’s episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ we finally found out about Chuck what some of us probably already knew– and it was pretty heartbreaking.
On the Mar. 2 episode of Better Call Saul, weirdly titled “Alpine Shepherd Boy,” we learned what the deal is with Chuck’s (Michael McKean) “space suit” and we also dealt with the repercussions of Jimmy’s (Bob Odenkirk) new status as local “hero.” Oh, and Jimmy also has a very influential interaction with a toilet. No, seriously. Check out a full recap!
On the Feb. 23 episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ we were experiencing the wrath of both the Kettlemans and Nacho. At the same time, Jimmy was hard at work, justifying his very difficult and likely very wrong decisions.
Following last week’s episode of Better Call Saul, which saw that duffel bag of secrets throw another wrench into things, this week Jimmy (Bob Odenkrik) had to face some very tough decisions in regards to the Kettlemans as well as his personal relationships. Oh, and naturally, he’s still fending off death threats from Nacho (Michael Mando), while trying to convince him that he’s not responsible for getting him thrown in the slammer. Check out a full recap!
In its first three episodes, ‘Better Call Saul’ has definitely been forging its own path from ‘Breaking Bad,’ the series from which it’s spun off. Still, is there a chance that we’ll see any of our favorite BB characters on ‘Saul’? We’ve got EXCLUSIVE scoop!
File this under “yes please!” In an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife.com, Michael Mando (who plays big bad baddy Nacho on Better Call Saul), revealed to us the ways we’ll continue to see Nacho cause trouble for Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) throughout the season. Plus, he even told us whether it’s possible we’ll get any Breaking Bad cameos!
On the Feb. 16 episode of ‘Better Call Saul,’ we saw an arrest, a very serious murder threat and the disappearance of an entire family– all of which can be accredited to Jimmy. The episode was the first– and probably will not be the last– where Jimmy’s tendency for chaos was truly astounding.
On this week’s episode of Better Call Saul, we pick up pretty much where left off (with a quick detour), and we learn just how much willpower Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) actually can find within himself (spoiler alert: more than you might think!). We also learn that, behind that mouth of his, Jimmy’s got himself an intuitive brain– well, when his life depends on it, anyways. Check out a full recap!
Woah, we did not see that one coming! On the second night of the ‘Better Call Saul’ premiere, a certain someone appeared that fans of ‘Breaking Bad’ would definitely recognize–and might not have been so thrilled to see.
During the second hour of the two-part Better Call Saul premiere, we learned a bit more about James’ (Bob Odenkirk) circumstances, as well as got an inkling as to where the season might be going and how exactly “Saul” comes about. We also saw two familiar faces– one, a welcomed delight, and another, a horrifying return. Check out a full recap!
Finally, the highly anticipated series ‘Better Call Saul’ premiered on Feb. 8 and it certainly made an impression. The kinda-spinoff to ‘Breaking Bad’ has had fans going crazy waiting for months, but did the big premiere live up to expectations?
Welcome back, Saul– er, James McGill (Bob Odenkirk). Following his beloved role on Breaking Bad, AMC gave Saul his very own series, Better Call Saul. The first episode of the two-night event aired on Feb. 8, and within the span of the first hour we saw Saul/James working at a Cinnabon, committing fraud and, oh yeah, have a gun pointed at his head. New show, same Saul! Check out a full recap!
Who you gonna call? Saul Goodman! The wait is just about over for AMC’s highly anticipated series ‘Better Call Saul’ and, ahead of the Feb. 8 premiere, we got some EXCLUSIVE scoop on what we can expect from the new show!
It’s been over a year since Breaking Bad went off the air, and we were just starting to get over those meth lab stress dreams about Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jessie (Aaron Paul). That’s all about to change, though, when the (sort of) spin off series Better Call Saul premieres on AMC. The drama will have its two night premiere beginning on Feb. 8 and, to prepare, we chatted EXCLUSIVELY with series star Bob Odenkirk and creator Vince Gilligan about what we can expect for Saul’s (Bob) journey.