Now that Better Call Saul has wrapped, we’re probably done with the Breaking Bad universe. Animation Therapy paid tribute to Vince Gilligan and his team’s amazing 14-year run of some of the best television ever with a beautiful CGI short film that commemorates some of the series’ iconic props and locations.
Awesome Better Call Saul
(Spoilers) Now that Better Call Saul is over, we’re thinking about rewatching both it and Breaking Bad from start to finish. Space Ponder re-edited Jimmy and Kim’s final moments with the same song that played at the end of Felina, Badfinger’s Baby Blue, and it works surprisingly well.
The final episode of Better Call Saul debuts tonight. We’re excited to see how it ends, but we’ll also miss the Breaking Bad spin-off’s phenomenal writing, acting, and directing. To help send the show off in style, yo chill bruh imagines if the show was created by Disney/Pixar instead of AMC. And then there’s this.
Better Call Saul returns on August 6, 2018. And while we’re excited for new stories, and more Breaking Bad connections, we’ll miss one of the show’s most compelling characters, Chuck McGill. ScreenPrism looks back on Chuck’s story arc, and what it tells us about Jimmy.
In the aftermath of last season’s tragic end, Jimmy continues his journey from low-rent lawyer to attorney to the criminal stars, and Mike takes a job with Madrigal Electromotive as Better Call Saul gets ever closer to the world of Breaking Bad. Premieres 8/6/18 on AMC.
Fans of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul might soon have something big to look forward to if this fake ad spot for Los Pollos Hermanos is any indication. It features a brief cameo by Giancarlo Esposito, breathing new life into his spectacularly deceased character Gus Fring.
“Two words: Nail. Salon.” Bob Odenkirk, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould talk about some of Better Call Saul‘s nods to Breaking Bad. Many of them are obvious, such as characters and locations, but there are a few that only eagle-eyed fans would have noticed.