If you prefer your Saul Goodman counsel in lengthy, binge-watchable chunks, you're in luck. Sony Pictures Television, Netflix and AMC have announced that, thanks to how well Netflix helped popularize Breaking Bad, the companies are working more closely for that show's spin-off series, Better Call Saul. While the final episodes of Breaking Bad still haven't made it to the streaming service--leaving us with some idiot friends who still unbelievably act like you shouldn't talk about the ending--for Saul, viewers in the U.S. and Canada need only wait until AMC airs the series finale before the whole run comes online. Netflickers in Europe and Latin America, meanwhile, will get access to new episodes one by one, just days after their cable airings. Dole out your spoilers accordingly.
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Continuing their commitment to producing awards-contending, mature programming to compete with the likes of AMC and HBO, Netflix has announced Turbo FAST, a series about that cartoon snail that sucked up some nitrous oxide and partially became a car somehow. Launching on Christ... / Continue →
Has AMC found their next generation of programming to take over for Breaking Bad and Mad Men? Perhaps. Have they found their next KNIFE MAN? Definitely, as cable station has just ordered a couple new pilots, picking up Galyntine from executive producer Ridley Scott and Knifeman... / Continue →