"Breaking Bad" fans can now rejoice that the spin-off prequel "Better Call Saul" featuring Bob Odenkirk has been given the green light reports the Chicago Tribune on Sep. 11. While the title "Better Call Saul" is simply a holding place for the time being, that will most likely end up being the title of the one hour prequel.
Since "Breaking Bad" is entering into its final episodes, it seems unlikely that fans will know what is the ending fate of Saul Goodman, the shady attorney that covers Walter White's tracks in his meth empire. At this time, it seems as if the one hour prequel will end up being a drama with comedic undertones that will shed some light on the shady business dealings of the lawyer, with the possibility of giving some background on how Saul got involved with Gustav Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito.
Vince Gilligan, the creator of AMC's "Breaking Bad" says that he would like to be a part of the process of developing the Saul Goodman prequel but it is not likely that Walter White or Jessie Pinkman will be apart of the show. The intended purpose of the prequel is to share how Saul even got into such shady practices before receiving any money from the likes of Walter White.
Are you excited to see more Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman?