‘Better Call Saul’ Releases First Teaser Trailer [WATCH VIDEO]
Even though its premiere date has been moved to a later one, we could not be more happier to inform you that “Breaking Bad’s” prequel, “Better Call Saul,” has just released their first teaser. Read on to for more details.
In seven months’ time, we are going to see Saul Goodman again. The show will premiere in February 2015. AMC announced this together with the first teaser trailer of one of their most-awaited TV shows.
We saw Saul, who will be played by Bob Odenkirk, in the clip sitting across a man and elaborating on the relationship between most people and legal profession members. In the clip, he said, “Lawyers, we’re like health insurance. You hope you never need it, but man on man, not having it? No.” Do you agree?
It’s also nice to see a clean-shaven with a much clearer face of Saul in the clip because, after all, the show is about his life before “Breaking Bad.”
As much as we want the teaser to reveal more details of what we can expect on the show, it did not, BUT Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have shared some great information back in July during the Television Critics Association summer press tour.
Gilligan subtly revealed that the timeline of the show will be flexible. “We like jumping around in time. I would definitely point you in the direction of ‘anything that was possible storytelling-wise on Breaking Bad is possible on Better Call Saul’,” said Gilligan in the Rolling Stone report.
When it comes to the starting year of the show, Gilligan did not confirm that it will be set in 2002, “I hesitate to say it, but it is indeed a period piece. I can’t believe it myself, it’s like it was yesterday, but it was 12 years ago,” added Gilligan.
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Watch the teaser below:
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