'Better Call Saul' News: AMC Releases New Cast List For 'Breaking Bad' Spinoff

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Better Call Saul spoilers “Better Call Saul” will premiere in early 2015.

Who ya gonna call? Saul Goodman! That’s right, everyone’s favorite lawyer is back. Well, soon. According to reports, Bob Odenkirk will be reprising his role as the sassy attorney we’ve all come to know and love throughout the “Breaking Bad” series when his new AMC TV show, “Better Call Saul,” airs this fall.

The spinoff, which is set to debut in November, has released information regarding the characters who will appear alongside Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks. And we have to admit, they sound pretty entertaining.

Dr. Thurber is a brilliant attorney in his 50s and sounds like he’ll be the voice of reason in the crazy spinoff. Beth is a successful lawyer who has an interesting personal life. According to E! News, life for Beth becomes complicated due to her romantic entanglements with somebody else at the firm. Juicy! Could it be with Burt, a “Kennedy type” who seems to have everything going his way in addition to being a name partner at the firm?

Other characters include Eddy, a savvy criminal who knows the ropes in the world of mayhem, and Zach and Luke, twin brothers who spend a majority of their day skateboarding and scamming.

“Better Call Saul,” the prequel to “Breaking Bad,” may also have guest appearances from Bryan Cranston as Walter White and Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman. Both actors have previously expressed interest in appearing in the Vince Gilligan-created series.

We’re crossing our fingers that’s true! Wouldn’t it be great to see Walter before cooking meth ever crossed his mind? But just because “Better Call Saul” has been labeled a prequel doesn’t mean the show is firmly set in the past, according to reports.

"We think, by and large, this show will be a prequel, but the wonderful thing about the fractured chronology we employed on 'Breaking Bad 'for many years is the audience will not be thrown by us jumping around in time," Gilligan told Entertainment Weekly. "So it's possible that we may indeed do that, and we'll see the past and perhaps the future."

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