AMC has released a two-minute trailer for Better Call Saul, along with news of which Breaking Bad characters we shouldn’t expect to see in the spinoff’s first season.
The writer/actor opens up about his Breaking Bad spinoff’s evolution from a half-hour comedy into an hour-long drama.
AMC unleashes a music video featuring Bob Odenkirk and country star Junior Brown.
The 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards bid farewell to Breaking Bad with statuettes for stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn, and for Outstanding Drama and Outstanding Writing.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus tries to sell one of her Emmy statues at a sleazy pawn shop run by Cranston and Paul in a promotional video for the Primetime Emmy Awards telecast.
Saul Goodman compares lawyers to health insurance in a 10-second promo for AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff.
If you thought you knew Saul, think again. The Bad lawyer breaks out on his own in the upcoming spinoff, set to premiere in 2015.
However, Executive Producer Peter Gould says the Breaking Bad spinoff will be able to stand on its own, without relying on Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul.
The Breaking Bad spinoff’s premiere has been delayed, but on the plus side, it’s already greenlit for a second season.