And yes, the shady "Better Call Saul" lawyer "would love the limelight" of representing the president.
Better Call Saul!
Warning: Possible spoilers ahead. One of the many impressive achievements of Better Call Saul, AMC’s semi-prequel to the
I had to see “Better Call Saul’s” premiere tonight—even if it meant checking into a Motel 6 because, although I do have basic
"I just envy the fans for the surprises that are coming."
There may be no way to figure it out.
"The bigger picture is nothing like what you expect," the series star told HuffPost.
The first was a Georgia O'Keefe reference, which fans will remember from "Breaking Bad" when Jane and Jesse visit the Georgia
HuffPost Live's Josh Zepps joined in on the excitement on Friday when he spoke with four personal injury attorneys who would
But besides Saul (and the surprise return of another "Breaking Bad" favorite) we also got to see Jonathan Banks reprising
While some of us may be guilty of binge-watching "Breaking Bad" more than once (not me, definitely not me), Bob Odenkirk
AMC also released an extended promo for "Better Call Saul" on Saturday to give fans a taste of the new series. Check out
The "Better Call Saul" premiere is drawing nearer by the day. The "Breaking Bad" spin-off will debut on Sunday, Feb. 8, following
The only proper way to end AMC's two-month-long "Breaking Bad" marathon is with a look at "Better Call Saul." Little is known
The trailer shows Saul Goodman, aka actor Bob Odenkirk, trying to sweet talk a possible client by comparing lawyers to health
Who you gonna call? Apparently, Michael McKean. It's the first big casting news for the series, which will already see Bob