Better Call Saul, a tv show review

A tv show review written by: Lee Sonogan

Season One – Four 46min(2015 -) Crime, Drama

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Chuck McGill: Money is beside the point. Saul Goodman: Money is the point!

Breaking Bad was one of the best tv shows of all time. This show may be one of the best prequels to a tv show ever. The actor Bob Odenkirk is one hell of an actor. This is impressive because most of his acting history has been in comedy. Better Call Saul is about a story of con-man turned small-time lawyer, Jimmy McGill. In my opinion, this show just gets better and better.

The series takes place in 2002, six years before the beginning of Breaking Bad in 2008 and seven years before Saul’s first appearance. Initially, this show was so good AMC renewed the series for a second season in 2014. Which was more than 7 months before the pilot episode aired. For a spin-off tv show, it is as detailed as Breaking Bad while managing to still be its own thing.

Currently, there are four seasons of Better Call Saul. Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad said that the show would not go past six seasons. Because the timeline would eventually run into the Breaking Bad timeline. This show delivers. It has a wonderful cast capable of great acting performances. In the story, it is able to create many different and unique scenes. While being a drama, it has well written black comedy. A lot of connections to the Breaking Bad series. Also like I said in the first paragraph, Bob Odenkirk is one hell of an actor. I recommend this tv show to all fans of Breaking Bad and its original style.

Saul Goodman: [Saul witnesses a teenager being arrested for stealing] Say nothing, you understand? Get a lawyer! Get a lawyer.

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