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Bob Odenkirk gets handcuffed in extended 'Better Call Saul' trailer

Before Saul Goodman was Saul Goodman, he was James McGill. And according to the latest trailer for Better Call Saul, James McGill got in quite a bit of trouble.

The trailer kicks off with Saul (Bob Odenkirk) on the ground in handcuffs, followed by a shot of him looking into a mirror and declaring, in his typical theatrical fashion, “It’s showtime, folks.” He shouts about how much money means to him (“Money is not beside the point,” he says, “money is the point”), has an awkward encounter with Breaking Bad veteran Mike (Jonathan Banks), and finds himself tied up in the desert with duct tape over his mouth. Classic Saul! READ FULL STORY

'Better Call Saul' creators: Walt and Jesse not in first season (but all 'Breaking Bad' characters might eventually appear)

Better Call Saul creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould want to clear up some of the online confusion over their Breaking Bad prequel. The writer-producers and the Better Call Saul cast took the stage at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour in Pasadena on Saturday to take questions from reporters, many of whom have seen the first two episodes of the eagerly anticipated series which debuts Feb. 8 (the first-blush verdict in the room seems to be: The spin-off is much better than skeptics expected).

Gilligan and Gould said the question they’re most often asked is whether certain Breaking Bad characters will show up in the new series. It turns out stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will not appear in the first season, but all Breaking Bad characters could and likely will show up on Saul at some point.

“In the spirit of full disclosure, Walt and Jesse will not appear in season 1,” Gould said. “Having said that, everything else is on the table.” Gould noted there’s a large board in the Saul writers’ room listing all the characters from Breaking Bad as potential script fodder. READ FULL STORY

Bob Odenkirk is all about the money in new 'Better Call Saul' trailer

After a few images and clips teasing what’s to come in Better Call Saul, AMC has finally released a trailer that offers a look at Saul’s life before the days of Walter White. And it doesn’t look like he was much happier back then.


'Better Call Saul' official poster released

What are you doing to build your Better Call Saul anticipation today? You’re checking out the key art that AMC just released for the Breaking Bad spin-off. (Click here for the full-size version.) Look! There’s Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), back in the days when he still went by the name Jimmy McGill! And there were pay phones in the desert! READ FULL STORY

AMC to debut 'Better Call Saul' with two-night event

Better clear your calendar: AMC has given Better Call Saul a debut date. READ FULL STORY

Watch a new behind the scenes video for 'Better Call Saul'


AMC just keeps teasing us with little bits of Better Call Saul. This time, the network has released a behind-the-scenes featurette about the series and also announced the launch of the show’s Facebook page.


Bob Odenkirk says 'Better Call Saul' is '85 percent drama'

In a conversation with The Hollywood Reporter chief TV critic Tim Goodman, Bob Odenkirk revealed a lot of fun things about the highly anticipated Breaking Bad spin-off, Better Call Saul.


Watch a video for 'Better Call Saul,' the song

Drive after drinking three Long Island Iced Teas? Steal a George Foreman Grill from a Walmart? Have kids in your “creepy van?” Now there’s a song telling you to do what Breaking Bad fans already know you should: call Saul Goodman.

In anticipation of Saul’s Breaking Bad prequel series, Better Call Saul, AMC released a “Better Call Saul” music video for the song performed by country musician Junior Brown. The video features a bit of footage from the show, though it mostly focuses on Brown, who is surrounded by pretty women showing off TVs with Saul on their screens. READ FULL STORY

'Better Call Saul' music video to debut during 'Breaking Bad' marathon

You’ll have to wait until early next year to see the first episode of Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, but you can preview a bit of the action this weekend through the miracle of song. READ FULL STORY

Bob Odenkirk prepares to cut off Gillian Jacobs' toes on 'Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories'


If an actor from Breaking Bad and another from Community agreed to guest-star on your chilling and bizarre anthology/comedy series on Adult Swim, what you would have them do? READ FULL STORY

New 'Better Call Saul' teaser sits down with the show's creators


We know his face. We’ve seen him in action. But where did it all begin? How do you become Saul Goodman … and why?

That’s the question that Better Call Saul creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan propose in the newest teaser for the Breaking Bad spinoff. According to Gilligan, the spinoff will start “half a decade before” the events of Breaking Bad, back when Goodman was better known as Jimmy McGill (whose voice we’ve heard before).


First 'Better Call Saul' teaser reveals February 2015 premiere date

It’s official, Breaking Bad fans: We only have to wait six more months before Saul Goodman—or rather Jimmy McGill—re-enters our lives.

In the first teaser for the upcoming Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul, we get a glimpse at Mr. Goodman/McGill doing what he does best: Convincing some unknowing clientele that they’d better call Saul if they find themselves in need of a lawyer. The teaser ends with the announcement that Better Call Saul will come to AMC in February.


'Better Call Saul' will take place before, during, and after 'Breaking Bad'

We may not have seen the last of Walter White.

Peter Gould, executive producer of AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul, told the New York Daily News that the spinoff will jump between decades and may even include scenes that take place during the Breaking Bad timeline. This means that there’s a chance Bryan Cranston will reprise his three-time Emmy-winning role as school teacher-turned-meth kingpin Walter White. READ FULL STORY


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