Better Call Saul, the planned Breaking Bad spin-off about Bob Odenkirk's greasy lawyer Saul Goodman, may act as both a prequel and a sequel to its predecessor.
Though the project was originally described as telling the story of Saul before he became involved with Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), Odenkirk tells IGN it may also incorporate elements of what happened to Saul after the Breaking Bad finale.
Spoiler alert! Walter White may have died on Breaking Bad, but there's a good possibility he could return to the small screen, and soon.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, series creator...
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad. Read at your own risk.]
On Sunday's episode of Breaking Bad, Walter White was a dead man walking — and not just because he's a wanted criminal.
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Although Walt (Bryan Cranston) makes his escape to a snowy cabin in New Hampshire via Saul's (Bob Odenkirk) "vacuum repair guy" (Robert Forster), he slowly becomes ...
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Breaking Bad fans will get an extra dose of the AMC drama this week and next. The season's penultimate episode and series finale will each run 75 minutes instead of the typical 60, executive producer Peter Gouldannounced on Twitter Wednesday.
Breaking Bad will live on — sort of.
AMC has reached a licensing agreement for a spin-off of the popular series, which will be centered on shady attorney Saul Goodman, the network announced Wednesday.
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Love Breaking Bad and wondering what to do when the show wraps up this summer? Better Call Saul.
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has publicly hinted that he'd like the show's universe to continue in some form, most likely via a spinoff starring Bob Odenkirk as sly, ethically-challenged attorney Saul Goodman. Now that production has wrapped on the series' final eight episodes, attention will now turn to what's next — and perhaps getting a deal done for the new show.
James Gandolfini is giving it another go with HBO. The actor is set to produce for the network and possibly star in Big Dead Place, according to Deadline.com...