That’s probably not a huge surprise, but promising nonetheless.
Saul’s always been kind of a cartoon character, so this makes sense.
This trailer meets the requisite amount of getting-beat-up-in-the-desert scenes.
I’m starting to think this show could get really dark and heavy.
The show premieres on Sunday, February 8th, and another episode airs the next night.
Oh my gosh! What did he talk about with people around the office?
AMC tiding us over.
Are you sufficiently teased?
If you’re looking for a lawyer, you can probably do better than this guy.
More details emerge to ensure that Better Call Saul exists as the sweet methadone, to our Breaking Bad heroin withdrawals. This time, we’re learning that story will start about six…
DON’T TELL ME HOW IT ENDS!
Fortunately, there are tons of other people who WILL call him.
A show of faith.
It’s happening. ‘Breaking Bad Jr.’ is growing up!
This is one Cranston away from just turning into ‘Breaking Bad: The Early Years’.
And Dean Norris does not.
This show keeps getting weirder/better.
It’s about a guy named Saul, and he warrants phone calls. More to follow…
Little else is known, except there will be zombies.
The next great classic!