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this show follows saul from the BB universe but in its first season feels like it struggles to find its place
Better Call Saul is not Breaking Bad, it has its own magic and its interesting.
One of the best shows on TV I have seen!! It's as good as Breaking Bad, which is another one of the best shows. The character development and likability is really good!!! Very entertaining show!
Character development and the story are amazing.
Better Call Saul's characters, writing, and character drama make it a more subtle, and even tragic story than Breaking Bad.
So perfect and addicting, even if you haven't seen Breaking Bad, this spin-off takes you to a deep human drama with great performances, directors and screenwriters.
Honestly don't waste your time with this show it's so incredibly boring just uninteresting lawyer stuff, sure Saul and Mike are really cool characters but the show has no thrills or plot twists that made breaking bad so awesome to watch, it's a snooze fest
Bob Odenkirk is definitely one of the best actors on TV right now, and his performance carries this show with excellence. Rhea Seehorn and Michael McKean are awesome as well, and give Odenkirk good supporting, with the amazing dialogue.
havent seen want to watch
A prequel and spinoff to one of the greatest television drama only needs to be able to stand on its own two feet in order to be good. Better Call Saul does more than just that it is a show that stands just as tall as Breaking Bad did its first season.