One of Breaking Bad's all-time favorite characters, Saul Goodman, is finally getting his own show.
Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk), also known as Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman's (played by Aaron Paul) lawyer, is getting his own television show. The famous saying from AMC's hit-series Breaking Bad, "Better Call Saul," is actually the name of the show.
I won't ruin how Breaking Bad ends. Unfortunately though, Better Call Saul is seen as the prequel rather than sequel. Hopefully, there will be some kind of cross-over near the end of the series.
While AMC has been hinting at Better Call Saul to premiere in February 2015, a specific air date has finally been revealed. Plus, a mini trailer clip has also been unwrapped! Let's just say if you're in a bit of a mess (even selling meth like Heisenberg), Saul's your guy. It's business, right?
Better Call Saul's pilot episode will premiere on February 8, and the (currently untitled) second episode will air the following day (Feb. 9), at 10 p.m. ET on AMC.
Considering that AMC's current hit-series The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET, it seems as TWD fans will possibly want to stick around for BCS. TWD will also make its season 5B comeback on February 8.
Anyways, I'm excited because who doesn't love Saul? Plus, he recently made a cameo in Jimmy Fallon's "Joking Bad."
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