‘Better Call Saul’ doesn’t premiere until February 2015, but a music video for the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff has arrived and it reveals some pretty amazing spoilers! Click to WATCH!
February 2015 cannot come soon enough! With Better Call Saul still a few months away from premiering, show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould gave fans some much-needed spoilers on Oct. 5, by debuting a music video that hints at some of the cases that Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) will be faced with during season 1!
‘Better Call Saul’ Spoilers — Music Video Reveals Potential Plot Lines
Fans definitely have plenty to look forward to if the “Better Call Saul” music video does in fact reveal the plot lines. Ranging from shoplifting to child abduction, it seems like seedy lawyer, Saul Goodman will have his hands full.
In the video, country singer Junior Brown sings, “Your husband disappeared in the most convenient way / Now your troubles are gone, the insurance will surely pay / You get to the bank but the cops say ‘Whoa!’ / Who you gonna dial when they lock you down low? Saul, Saul, you better call Saul / He’ll fight for your rights, when your back’s to the wall / He’ll stick it to the man, justice for all.”
The lyrics for the song were created by Vince and Peter who teamed up with Dave Porter, who is responsible for creating the music for, Breaking Bad.
In the video fans are also treated to little clips that show Saul in front of a billboard with his name on it and him inside a court room defending his clients — something we didn’t get to see during Breaking Bad.
‘Better Call Saul’ Timeline Revealed
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Better Call Saul will stretch out over a timeline that is before, during and after Breaking Bad.
”One of the great things about have a timeline which is flexible is that perhaps some of it takes place before Breaking Bad, during Breaking Bad, and afterBreaking Bad,” Peter Gould told the New York Daily News. “That gives us the ability to bring back characters that were killed on Breaking Bad.”
“We think we have a story that is worth making,” Peter said. “We could never dream of the kind of success that Breaking Bad had and the love we got from the fans. But [with Saul] at a certain point, you have to do the best job you can and tell the best story that entertains you, get a good response and hope people like it.”
We are sure that people are going to like it, especially since AMC has already ordered a 13-episode second season before the show has even premiered!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Will you be watching Better Call Saul? Do you think any Breaking Bad characters will be on the show? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck