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.
Can Saul Goodman get an Amen? Doesn't look like he's having much luck there. The latest preview for the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul only gives us ten seconds of Saul Goodman, but it's ten seconds of great Saul goodness.
After months of waiting for it, AMC is finally getting its act together to air Better Call Saul. While the show won’t pop up on the cable station until 2015, AMC released a behind-the-scenes look at the series on Sunday. Additionally, we’ve finally been given a concrete premiere date.
AMC has given us a great little tease of their upcoming Breaking Bad spinoff series Better Call Saul. The video may only clock in at ten seconds, but it's ten seconds of straight-up Saul Goodman, working his magic in explaining just how crucial a lawyer is when you need one.
The odd thing is, it isn’t even Saul Goodman that people are interested in calling here. As revealed a couple of weeks ago by series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the southwestern criminal world’s go-to lawyer is going by the name Jimmy M. McGill when Better Call Saul begins its story.
AMC has released two new photos for their highly anticipated Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, along with confirmation of the series regulars. One of the new photos gives us a look at Bob Odenkirk, who plays the titular Saul Goodman, and Michael McKean, who’s playing the role of Chuck.
Details about Better Call Saul have been kept under the rug and inside a desk drawer and behind a bookshelf, but Gould just confirmed that the series will definitely have a non-static timeline that will occur before, after and during the events of Breaking Bad. So does that mean we’ll get to see Bryan Cranston’s iconic Walter White again?
There's good news, bad news and a picture for Breaking Bad fans. The bad news is, the Breaking Bad prequel spinoff series Better Call Saul won't be premiering this fall as originally planned. Instead, AMC's pushing the premiere off to 2015.
With three solid leads in Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and Michael McKean, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have signed on another talented trio in Patrick Fabian (The Last Exorcism), Rhea Seehorn (Whitney) and Michael Mando (Orphan Black). And it sounds like everyone may serve to make Saul’s life a living hell.
It makes total sense that Better Call Saul is shaping up to be the must-see comedy of the year. And if it wasn’t already, the recent addition of comedic maestro Michael McKean definitely puts it into the upper stratosphere.
One thing is for certain: we're all very, very excited for AMC’s upcoming new series, Better Call Saul. Since the day the spin-off was announced, fans of Breaking Bad have gone off the deep-end of excitement. We here at Cinemablend know that it sucks to be out of the loop, so we've compile everything we know about your new favorite TV series thus far. Don't say we never did anything nice for ya!
It’s a tricky thing, bringing characters from a beloved series onto a different show within the same universe. But not once has that worry gone through our heads regarding Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad spin-off series, Better Call Saul. Especially with the news that Aaron Paul will be reprising his role as Jesse Pinkman. Now we’re just thinking about how we're going to lose our ever-loving minds in the best way.
One of the major up-sides to AMC's Better Call Saul series being a prequel is that it opens up the opportunity to bring back pretty much anyone from Breaking Bad at some point or another, whether it be for a cameo or a bigger arc in the series.
Better Call Saul Set For November, Spy Thriller 'Turn' Trailer, Breaking Bad On Netflix And Other AMC Updates
Jamie Bell and Seth Tumrich are looking ready for a revolution in the above promotional photo for AMC’s promising looking upcoming spy thriller Turn. And that’s just one of numerous tidbits the cable channel shared in anticipation of their 2014 programming slate. AMC also announced a number of release dates — or release timeframes — for their new and returning shows, including the return of Mad Men...
It probably won’t be long before we all start to go through serious Breaking Bad withdrawal. Oh, sure, the series wrapped up months ago, but the satisfaction of a drama well concluded will eventually wear off and those of us who anticipated the series’ return each year will find ourselves reminding ourselves that Breaking Bad isn’t coming back this year.