The first chapter of director Ben Stiller’s dramatization of the real-life escape sets the scene at a prison that’s been running on autopilot.
Don’t prep for civilization’s final days without sunscreen and a scarf.
“You might be seeing the death of Jimmy McGill as we’ve known him,” says Saul co-creator Peter Gould.
Mike takes care of some messy business as the prequel series draws ever closer to the world of its predecessor with its fourth-season finale.
Kim and Jimmy have a disagreement in an eventful episode.
Kim reveals a new side of herself in an episode that could have grave consequences for the future.
Season two concludes with a series of twists and turns that cast what we’ve seen before in a new light.
Jimmy’s double life starts to catch up with him as the series jumps forward a bit in time.
The body count continues to mount as the series reveals the mystery of the corpse in Purple Lake.
As Jimmy gets increasingly comfortable on the other side of the law the series offers a look at some of Gus’s darkest qualities.
From fan favorites to bit-parters, Better Call Saul is packed with cameos from Breaking Bad.
The hooded figure returns as season two’s mystery takes on more complications.
Jimmy continues his long slide into becoming Saul in one of season four’s standout episodes.
We learn more secrets of The Beacon as Julian struggles while doing time.
Jimmy and Kim’s employment woes continue while Mike tries to parse Gus’ unclear intentions.
The season’s mystery deepens as we learn more about the commune and its methods.
Jimmy plots a tiny heist, Kim reads a letter, and yet another familiar, tragic face shows up.
The commune’s history with Keller starts to come to light as the investigation deepens.
Saul goes job hunting and finds an opportunity he’s not expecting.
Harry gets drawn deeper into the mysteries of season two and the strange cult seemingly at its center.