Interview: Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould Talk About The Tragedy Of 'Better Call Saul'
Thursday, 15 June 2017 Over three seasons of squat cobblers, Fring anagrams and elderly law cases, Better Call Saul has escaped from the shadow of Breaking Bad to become one of the best shows on television. When the series started, fans just wanted to see Saul Goodman in his seedy prime; now, it has evolved into a story about decent people who make devastating-but-understandable moral compromises and find themselves inexorably pulled toward an inevitable, tragic destination. The more time we spend with the pre-Breaking Bad iterations of beloved characters like Jimmy McGill and Mike Ehrmantraut, the less we want to see them fulfill their destinies. [ more › ]
With Better Call Saul recently wrapping up its third outing last Monday, creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould are confident that the show will be picked up for another season. Following a spectacular, amid quite a dark and sad season, the Breaking Bad spinoff’s fate is still in limbo with an...
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