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“Breaking Bad” Spin-off “Better Call Saul” To Debut In NOV 2014

If you were a fan iof AMC’s “Breaking Bad“, then you are probably familiar with Walter and Jesse’s attorney Saul Goodman. Bob Odenkirk reprises his role in a spin-off series titled “Better Call Saul“, which revolves around the crazy antics of a younger Saul Goodman who is a crooked criminal lawyer in Albuquerque New Mexico. AMC has announced that this new series should hit the airwaves in November of this year, hoping to ride the wave of success created by the highly applauded meth-cooking drama.

“Breaking Bad” Spin-off “Better Call Saul” To Debut In NOV 2014

Better Call SaulThe series about Saul is supposed to take place prior to the events in the “Breaking Bad” series, making it a sort of prequel to the drama that took place with Walter White’s business venture. There is a lot of fan expectation that the characters from “Breaking Bad” will make cameo appearances in the show as their beloved characters from the earlier timeframe. Walter White will most likely be a struggling high school chemistry teacher, and Jesse Pinkman would be either a high school student, or a young up and coming drug dealer.

Unlike the tense drama that made “Breaking Bad” the success that it was, “Better Call Saul” is expected to be more of a comedy, but with some dramatic roots. You would expect to laugh more than reel in awe. Millions of fans look forward to the series premiere later this year, and many are hoping that the show delivers some of the same level of entertainment that they enjoyed while watching “Breaking Bad” over the years. To some, the former show was one of the best examples of cinema and television ever aired, and yet others have yet to even discover it.

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“Breaking Bad” Spin-off “Better Call Saul” To Debut In NOV 2014.

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