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'Better Call Saul' Premiers Tonight

With great anticipation, fans of "Breaking Bad" have been waiting passionately for "Better Call Saul," the new spinoff series from AMC. The wait is over!
'Better Call Saul' Premiers Tonight

Are you in trouble with the law, need to launder some money, or disappear for a while? Or maybe it's as easy as needing somebody whacked. If any of these items are of interest to you then there's only one thing to do.

You "Better Call Saul."

The Breaking Bad comparison is surely on everyone's mind:

Better Call Saul, the highly anticipated prequel spinoff of AMC's hit Breaking Bad, zooms in on Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill, as he turns into ethically challenged lawyer Saul Goodman — long before he started doing business with the meth-cooking duo of Bad.

The New York Times' Alessandra Stanley reassures that it's "better than good: It’s delightful — in a brutal, darkly comic way, of course. ... [It] takes its time, teasing the viewer with enigmatic shots and oblique conversations.

The Washington Post's Hank Stuever says it "is right in line with the tone and style of the original, now-classic series.


UPDATE: So what did you all think?

It was great to see Raymond Cruz return to play Tucco...

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