AMC is currently preparing for the premiere of its upcoming television series, Better Call Saul. With more and more information appearing online everyday, the network has now announced an official release date for the show and as it seems, there will be a two-night event taking place for the premiere.
The Breaking Bad spin-off is scheduled to tell the story of lawyer, Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk. With the show regularly airing at 10 PM on Mondays, the premiere of Better Call Saul will take place on February 8. However, audiences won't have to wait until next week to watch the second episode, as it is scheduled to air on February 9, right on the next day! Now that is how you make a big kind of debut, isn't it?
As far as the first season of Better Call Saul goes, it so far consists of 10 episodes and a second one is already planned for 2016. Alongside Odenkirk, the show will star Jonathan Banks, Michael McKean, Patrick Fabian, Rhea Seehorn, and Michael Mando. Creation and executive production duties will be paid by Vince Gilligan, known for his work on Breaking Bad. Additional credits for executive productions will be given to Peter Gould.
Take a look at the trailer for the series below.