Better Call Saul
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.
It’s finally here! Well, almost. AMC has just released a lengthy trailer for its hotly anticipated ‘Better Call Saul,’ the follow up to its smash series ‘Breaking Bad’ and it’s pretty much as amazing and ridiculous(!) as you’d expect.
We’ve had a huge, meth lab-sized hole in our hearts since Breaking Bad went off the air in 2013. Luckily, though, the show will live on through its new spinoff series Better Call Saul. The show’s two-night premiere kicks off on Feb. 8, and we’ve got the trailer inside to get you pumped! Check it out!
Rumors of Walter and Jesse appearing on the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff’s first season have been put to rest at the Television Critics Association on Jan. 10. We have details into what we can expect on AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’!
The premiere of Better Call Saul is right around the corner, and we are on the edge of our seats! During the Breaking Bad panel at the Television Critics Association on Jan. 10, executive producer Peter Gould revealed whether or not we can expect to see beloved antihero Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his protege Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) in the Breaking Bad prequel.
He’s back, and he’s got problems. In a brand new trailer for ‘Better Call Saul,’ the troubled lawyer reveals he has major financial issues — and even gets some sound advice from a colleague.
Are you ready for more Saul Goodman? Better Call Saul is set to premiere on Sunday, Feb. 8, and by the looks of this new trailer for the Breaking Bad prequel, star Bob Odenkirk will definitely be getting his hands dirty as he starts his career in criminal law with little to no financial success.
This exciting new teaser for ‘Better Call Saul,’ which premiered during the mid-season finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ on Nov. 30, features a familiar face for ‘Breaking Bad’ fans. Watch it here!
A familiar face is back in AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff! The new teaser for Better Call Saul, which serves as a prequel to the original series, shows Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) encountering Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) for the very first time! During this meeting, Mike seems to be a parking attendant. And it doesn’t take long for Saul to learn how violent Mike can be!
‘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’ doesn’t premiere until February 2015, but the first glimpse of the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff has arrived. Click to WATCH!
We know you’re all dying out there, Breaking Bad fans. How have you been living without Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in your life?! Well, as far as we know, he’s not coming back any time soon — never say never! — but Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is, and we’ve got your first clip of the brand new series.
At the Television Critics Association in Beverly Hills on July 11, ‘Better Call Saul’ showrunner Vince Gilligan confirmed cast members, teased plot details, and AMC released new photos! Check ’em out and get excited!
Set to premiere in early 2015, Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul is so close, yet so far. However, showrunner Vince Gilligan teased some details from the show’s upcoming freshman season at the Television Critics Association on July 11, as well as confirmed some cast members! Vince also revealed the real reason why the series was pushed back from November to early 2015.
Calling all ‘Breaking Bad’ fans! The hit show’s much-buzzed about prequel series ‘Better Call Saul’ has just released the first photo EVER from the show! The upcoming TV prequel has also received the go-ahead on a season 2 from AMC, according to a new report. Check out the pic right here!
If life just hasn’t been the same for you since Breaking Bad ended, we have fantastic news. Not only is Bob Odenkirk‘s character Saul Goodman starring in more than 20 episodes of his own spinoff show Better Call Saul, the first official photo from the series is here — and it’s fantastic.
When Jesse drove off into the unknown in the series finale of ‘Breaking Bad,’ we thought we’d never see him again. But now the actor behind the iconic character has indicated that there’s a good chance he’ll be showing up on the spin-off, ‘Better Call Saul!’
The saga of Jesse Pinkman, Walter White’s meth-making protege in Breaking Bad, is not over. In a presser for his movie Need for Speed, Aaron Paul, who played Jesse, admitted that he’s “in serious talks” to reprise his iconic role in the Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul. Are you on board with Pinkman’s return?
The new series will be a prequel to ‘Breaking Bad,’ which airs its final episode this month.
Here’s a slight reprieve for Breaking Bad fans dreading the impending end of the series: its legacy will live on in spin-off form! Bob Odenkirk‘s Saul Goodman will star on Better Call Saul, HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site Deadline is reporting, a prequel series that will reveal what everyone’s favorite criminal lawyer was up to before getting mixed up with Walter (Bryan Cranston.)
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