Skip to main content

See also:

'Breaking Bad' spinoff: First clip for 'Better Call Saul' is out

Fans have been missing the show "Breaking Bad" since it ended. AMC is actually re-airing the first season on Sunday nights, but there is also a spinoff on the way and the first clip is even out for this show. On Monday, ABC News shared about this new clip for the show "Better Call Saul."

 Bob Odenkirk
Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images

This clip is only about 10 seconds long so it isn't getting you very much information about the show. This clip started to trend on Facebook the second that it was released. You can check it out on this page. He is just sitting there talking to someone in the clip. It is very brief.

Bob Odenkirk will play Saul in this show. In the clip, he is heard saying "Lawyers, we're like health insurance -- you hope you never need it, but man oh man not having it, no!" That is all that you get but it is enough that viewers want more from this show.

Daily Mail shared that this show is actually meant to be a prequel to the show "Breaking Bad." Saul is younger than he was on the show. There is also a picture of him in a blue suit and he looks great. Jonathan Banks is also coming back as Mike Ehrmantraut. Bryan Cranston won't be on the show all the time but there is a chance that he could show up from time to time and viewers are really hoping that will happen. That will help them to get viewers so you know AMC will be working on getting him on there at least once in a while.

"Better Call Saul" will be airing on AMC in February. There is not an exact date for the premiere out there yet. This should give viewers time to watch the first season of "Breaking Bad" on Sunday nights while they wait on it. You can also check out old episodes, but hopefully this show will be a stand-alone show. That would mean that you can enjoy it even if you didn't watch "Breaking Bad."