AMC has just the way to capitalize on your Emmys-inspired longing for “Breaking Bad”: a new trailer for the spinoff “Better Call Saul.”
“Breaking Bad” killed it Monday, claiming Emmys for Outstanding Drama series, writer-producer Moira Walley-Beckett, and stars Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn and Aaron Paul. If you were thinking how much you miss the dark side of Albuquerque, good news.
A new trailer for the upcoming “Saul” finds creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould explaining that the new show will be set about 5 years before the events of “Breaking Bad.” Saul (Bob Odenkirk) is still calling himself Jimmy McGill.
Gould says the show will answer the question: “What kind of problem do you have that becoming Saul Goodman solves it?”
The old Saul sounds more cautious than the one who comes to represent Walter White. Or at least he talks a good game.
“I don’t go looking for guilty people to represent,” he says. “Who needs that aggravation, right?”
If he only knew.
Watch the video: