Better Call Saul Releases Date, New Teaser Trailer: Bob Odenkirk, Vince Gilligan, And Peter Gould Tease Plot Spoilers [VIDEO]


For everyone who’s world got a little smaller when “Breaking Bad” ended, your pain is at an end.

“Better Call Saul” has a February release date, here is everything known about the show.

The most recent news is that AMC has released a new teaser trailer from the show, which you can watch below.

Its pretty much just one line; Saul asking for an amen in court.

A few weeks ago, AMC released the first nine-second clip from the show , and that has been all that was available until now.

AMC has released a 30 second trailer from Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould talking about how Jimmy McGill became Saul Goodman.

In the clip Saul says, “I don’t go looking for guilty people to represent,” McGill explains in a not-so-subtle wink to a couple of prospective clients.

“Who needs that aggravation, right?” EOnline  reports, “Everything is new to me.

I didn’t know any of this story about the character,” Odenkirk says.

“I’m learning a lot about this guy, and everyone’s going to learn a lot about him because it’s all new story.

Vince Gilliganand Peter Gould have brought what everyone loved about Breaking Bad to Better Call Saul, all those cliffhanger moments, the tension, it’s all there and I think the fans are going to be super glad to have that back in their life.” Gilligan says that “Better Call Saul” takes place “about half a decade before Walter White meets Saul Goodman” and raises the questions of how and why McGill turns into the crooked criminal lawyer.

The series release date was pushed back to 2015, but AMC has premtively ordered two season of the show.

“Breaking Bad” favorite Jonathan Banks will be a series regular  on the show and will be joined by new cast members Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn and Patrick Fabian.

Again, “Better Call Saul” is scheduled for a February 2015 premiere on AMC.

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