Sun Feb 8 & Mon Feb 9 10/9c
Anticipation is building for the Better Call Saul two-night premiere event on Sunday, February 8 and Monday, February 9 at 10/9c on AMC. Check out the latest Better Call Saul trailer, featuring never-before-seen clips from the series.
Celebrate the new year with 13 new Better Call Saul First Look Photos, featuring members of the cast and crew including Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian), Nacho (Michael Mando), and co-showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Afterwards, watch the latest trailers, clips and teasers for Better Call Saul here.
Better Call Saul premieres in a two-night event on Sunday, February 8 and Monday, February 9 at 10/9c on AMC.
Christmas may still be a few days away, but we’ve got an early holiday gift for you: Two new Better Call Saul teasers, both of which feature clips from the series. Check them out below, and be sure to mark your calendars for the Better Call Saul two-night premiere event on Sunday, February 8 and Monday, February 9 at 10/9c on AMC.
AMC has released three more photos from the Season 2 set of TURN: Washington’s Spies. The images provide a first look at Peggy Shippen (Ksenia Solo), a young and beautiful Philadelphia socialite who becomes a love interest of both Major John Andre and Benedict Arnold.
TURN: Washington’s Spies is currently in production in and around Richmond, Virginia, and will return to AMC with 10 new episodes next spring. To keep up with all of the latest news on TURN: Washington’s Spies, sign up for the TURN Dispatch and join the TURN: Washington’s Spies social community on Facebook and Twitter.
Wish you could visit the set of Better Call Saul? Well, this week, you can. Subscribe to the official Better Call Saul Insiders Club and you will receive the exclusive digital video of Better Call Saul‘s First Day on Set in your inbox tomorrow, December 18. The best part? You’ll see Bob Odenkirk, Vince Gilligan and other Breaking Bad alums hard at work without subjecting yourself to the Albuquerque sun.
Better Call Saul debuts in a two-night premiere event on Sunday, February 8 and Monday, February 9 at 10/9c on AMC.
You’ll have to wait until February for the premiere of Better Call Saul, but eager fans can check out the official Season 1 poster right now. The key art features Saul (Bob Odenkirk) having trouble at a payphone in the desert outside of Albuquerque. Does the future hold better calls for Saul? Tune in for the two-night premiere event on Sunday, February 8 and Monday, February 9 at 10/9c on AMC to find out.
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Gunfights. Explosions. Brawls. Murders. A struggle for power. The deaths of three major characters. Cullen’s stunning departure from the Union Pacific. The fourth season of Hell on Wheels had it all. Here are five ways to get caught up on everything that transpired this season:
1. Binge-watch the entire season with all 13 full episodes online, streaming on amc.com (authentication required). But don’t delay — they’re only available until Friday, December 19.
2. Watch the Wrapping Up Season 4 video, in which the Hell on Wheels cast talk about the journey their characters have taken over the course of the season.
5. Which episodes did you enjoy the most? Vote for your favorites in the Season 4 Episode Poll.
It’s a season of anticipation, both for the upcoming holidays and for the premiere of Better Call Saul. Check out the latest teaser for the series, in which a client’s unsavory past is made more palatable with the help of the “World’s Greatest Lawyer.”
Anticipation is rising for the Season 4 finale of Hell on Wheels this Saturday night. Here’s one more thing to look forward to: The finale will feature the song “I Shall Be Released (Take 2),” taken from the brand new album The Basement Tapes Complete, performed by Bob Dylan and The Band and written by Bob Dylan.
The origins of the song are legendary in the annals of rock ’n roll. In the summer of 1967, Bob Dylan ensconced himself in the basement of a small house in West Saugerties, New York along with Robbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Garth Hudson and Levon Helm. Over the course of several months, the collective, which came to be known as Bob Dylan and The Band, recorded more than a hundred songs, including the future classic, “I Shall Be Released.”
Several of the songs soon surfaced as unofficially-released bootlegs, but the recordings remained commercially unavailable until 1975, when 16 of them appeared on an album named The Basement Tapes. Over the years, the remaining songs from The Basement Tapes sessions haunted and perplexed fans, with the original recordings themselves representing a holy grail for Dylan enthusiasts. On November 4, The Basement Tapes Complete was finally released, bringing together every salvageable recording from the tapes for the first time ever, including “I Shall Be Released (Take 2).”
The Season 4 finale of Hell on Wheels, “Further West,” airs this Saturday, November 22 at 9/8c on AMC.
Let the countdown begin: Better Call Saul now has a premiere date. The show will debut on AMC in a two-night premiere television event, with the first episode airing on Sunday, February 8 at 10/9c (following the return of The Walking Dead), and the second episode airing the following night, Monday, February 9 at 10/9c. New episodes will continue to air on Mondays at 10/9c for the remainder of Season 1. To whet your appetite now, check out the latest Better Call Saul teaser, entitled “Tingle Fingers.”