Well, that was fast. Not surprising though considering the success Breaking Bad saw. While this may seem like good news, it does come with some bad. Find out more after the jump!


Good news is there is a total of 23 episodes planned for the upcoming prequel, bad news is that the original November premiere has been bumped to early 2015.
That’s not too bad though considering it’s only a few months difference. Can Breaking Bad fanatics stand the wait?

The show is going to focus on Walter White’s lawyer, Saul Goodman, prior to him meeting Walter. While creators are aware of the fans love of Mr. White and the whole Breaking Bad world, Better Call Saul is meant to be its own realm.

“It will be Saul Goodman’s world, it won’t be Walter White’s, and it will have a different feel, even though there will be some overlap on the Venn Diagram that exists between Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul,” said Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan. “But it will have to succeed on its own terms as its own show. If it doesn’t, it won’t be satisfying, and satisfaction is the key word. We want to satisfy.”

But don’t be too sad if you’re missing the Mr. White and Jesse duo, Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) has hinted towards future cameos from him and Bryan Cranston (Walter White) in the new series.

“Both Bryan and I want to be a part of that, if they’ll have us,” Paul told Details back in January.

While you wait, check out Saul Goodman’s official website here!