With Bob Odenkirk heavily involved, fans of smart, quirky sketch comedy are well served.
As a cop.
The Birthday Boys.
Or so he tells Bob Odenkirk and David Cross.
Though Sony and AMC make no mention of Bob Odenkirk or Vince Gilligan.
Would you buy the Thing?
It's a vampire/zombie/alien comedy.
He plays television's sleaziest lawyer on Breaking Bad, but can he stomach these green-screen gems?
Also: Bob Odenkirk for Michael, Kathryn Hahn for Pam, and John Cho for Jim.
It could be an hourlong drama or a half-hour comedy.
Remember? He lives in a van down by the river.
“A TV show is ultimately judged by its spinoff ... ” he jokes.
A Better Call Saul comedy. Really.
Ferrell: "This is a crazy and maybe even stupid idea."
Vulture talked to Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan, and Bob Odenkirk about their favorite pieces from the "Breaking Bad Art Project" exhibition.
Welcome to the Tinnitus Institute!
RJD2 does it again!
A film studio in a strip mall, you say? We're onboard.
So far, we like what we see.
Adult Swim readies another live-action series.
The eighteen-minute pizza-themed film is Funny or Die's first longish short.
The comedic actor talks about being in a drama for once, thinking up funny ideas for Saul's website, and what's in store for his character.
It sounds pretty terrific!