We all know that Breaking Bad was an incredible show, and that had a lot to do with its impeccable cast. What you might not know is that one piece of that stellar ensemble was very close to not existing in that universe at all if it wasn’t for How I Met Your Mother.
Though AMC’s Better Call Saul is a spinoff of the popular critical darling Breaking Bad, one’s enjoyment of the Bob Odenkirk series is completely exclusive from one’s feelings about the flagship show. And one of the more interesting pleasures is in anticipating Breaking Bad characters showing up. Here's how many we can expect.
For six years, Breaking Bad fans found comfort in the edge of their seats as creator Vince Gilligan weaved an often unpredictable path through a New Mexico suburban underworld. But it's possible few people were more surprised by the show’s events than star Bob Odenkirk himself.
Similar to its predecessor, Better Call Saul is about a man working harder than necessary to carve out a path to, if not happiness, then undeniable success. Though there are other obvious similarities to be found, no one should be expecting Breaking Bad: Round 2, but here are five things fans can expect.
In case you needed proof of why Saul Goodman got his own spin-off show, we’ve got you covered. AMC’s Better Call Saul will premiere in less than a week now, and the scheming smart-mouth lawyer will be taking up a lot more screentime.
Since the moment Better Call Saul was announced, Breaking Bad fans have been wondering whether the show will give them some more great moments with brilliant protagonist Walter White.
Better Call Saul gave potential audiences a solid new look at the series earlier today, but as it goes for everything in Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s universe, there’s always some bad to go with the good. Now we know two characters who definitely won't be showing up in Season 1.
Seemingly scumbag lawyer, Saul Goodman may not have always been the professional he claims to be when we first met him in Breaking Bad. Take a look at the dramatic extended trailer for Better Call Saul.
AMC hasn't exactly been flooding the internet with glimpses of Better Call Saul. There have been teasers, but many of them are the really teasy kind and don't feature actual footage from the series. This one bucks that trend, giving us a look at a very frustrated
We’ve compiled a handy guide of 2015 premiere and return dates. The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into midseason season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you.
Viewers spent so much time watching Bob Odenkirk run away from trouble on Breaking Bad that it’s odd to see him readily picking a fight with a relative stranger in the first clip from Better Call Saul, which aired during tonight's Walking Dead midseason finale.
Better Call Saul is officially set for a 2-night premiere in February. There's a new teaser for AMC's hugely anticipated Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, and this one leaves us positively tingling with anticipation. Grab a quarter and hit play!
Better Call Saul has been moving forward to series for what seems like forever. Luckily, AMC hasn’t left fans in the lurch, producing new behind-the-scenes looks at the brand new drama on the regular. This one should please the fans.
Bob Odenkirk has become a big name over at AMC thanks to playing shady lawyer Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad, along with the soon-to-air series Better Call Saul. Despite the fact that Odenkirk has a good grip on the Saul Goodman character, it doesn’t come from watching his own work.
Better Call Saul hasn’t premiered on AMC, yet, but the network is busy unveiling plenty of related information and promos. On Sunday, AMC released the highly anticipated “The Song” for Better Call Saul. Country music artist Junior Brown is behind the performance, but if you listen to the lyrics carefully, you may get some hints as to what everybody’s favorite lawyer might be up to during Season 1.