Better Call Saul (2015 - 2018)

Better Call Saul


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The evolution of "Breaking Bad" lawyer Saul Goodman is the focus of this prequel to the hit series.

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Critics Consensus: Well-crafted and compelling as ever, Better Call Saul's fourth season deftly balances the show it was and the one it will inevitably become.

2018, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Better Call Saul shows no signs of slipping in season 3, as the introduction of more familiar faces causes the inevitable transformation of its lead to pick up exciting speed.

2017, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Better Call Saul continues to tighten its hold on viewers with a batch of episodes that inject a surge of dramatic energy while showcasing the charms of its talented lead.

2016, AMC, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Better Call Saul is a quirky, dark character study that manages to stand on its own without being overshadowed by the series that spawned it.

2015, AMC, 10 episodes


Bob Odenkirk
as Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman
Michael McKean
as Chuck McGill
Jonathan Banks
as Mike Ehrmantraut
Giancarlo Esposito
as Gustavo Fring
Julie Ann Emery
as Betsy Kettleman
Clea DuVall
as Dr. Cruz
Raymond Cruz
as Tuco Salamanca
Jeremy Shamos
as Craig Kettleman
Jean Effron
as Bingo Grandma
Eileen Fogarty
as Mrs. Nguyen
Sage Bell
as Jo Jo Kettleman
Bau Thi Duong
as Salon Employee #1
Caleb Burgess
as Warren Kettleman
Miriam Cole
as Abuelita
Dennis Boutsikaris
as Rich Schweikart
Grant Barker
as Defendant #1
Dan Moseley
as Lobby Guard
T.C. Warner
as Hospital Nurse
Le Hai Dang
as Salon Employee #2
Rose Liotta
as Housewife
Nadine Marissa
as Contract Counsel Administrator
Bruce Holmes
as Huge Male Deputy
Peter Diseth
as DDA Oakley
Eric Martinez
as Francisco
Victoria Pham-Gilchrist
as Salon Employee #1
Jim Hatch
as Sheriff Deputy
Joe Berryman
as Big Ricky Sipes
Josh Fadem
as Camera Guy
Kim Lan T Pham
as Salon Employee #2
Julia Ann Emery
as Betsy Kettleman
Jacob Browne
as Veteran Cop
Eddie Fernandez
as Billboard Guy
Steve Mokate
as Bartender
Robert Fortner
as Snake Face
Ryan Jason Cook
as Younger Cop
Gene Chavez
as HHM Employee #2
Daniel Knight
as APD Detective
Carol Herman
as Mrs. Strauss
Ed Duran
as Prosecutor
Sanford Kelley
as Prosecutor
Kelley Lewallen
as Staff Member
Tim Baltz
as Roland Jaycocks
Krista Kendall
as Cinnabon Employee #1
Wendy Miner-Ashby
as Water Aerobics Instructor
Lonnie Lane
as Bailiff
Erin Moots
as Sandpiper Crossing Employee
Francy Ivener
as Senior #1
Staci Robbins
as Lady Onlooker
Camela Morales
as Vet's Clerk
John Liberatore
as Senior #2
Vincent E. McDaniel
as Hospital Guard
Janelle Santillanes
as HHM Employee #1
David Loving
as Angry Father
Don Michael Perez
as Sunglasses Man
Jeff Poole
as Breadstick Guy
Raquel Pino
as Cinnabon Employee #2
David Saiz
as Defendant #3
Clay Space
as Defendant #2
Nhu Thi Ta
as Salon Employee #3
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