The First Trailer For ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 4 Will Make Your Pants Tighter

***Disclaimer: Don’t watch this trailer if you have not watched every episode of all three seasons of Better Call Saul. Further, don’t watch any trailer of any show or movie in which you haven’t seen every episode prior. This should be common sense. :)***

Better Call Saul is one of the few spinoffs that rivals the original, and come Monday, August 6th, fans will have a 10-episode fourth season to chew on. And from the trailer above and interviews from co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the fourth season will really start to taste like Breaking Bad.

A recent Entertainment Weekly interview with Gilligan and Gould revealed that Better Call Saul Season 4 will feature “a subplot that very squarely gets into Breaking Bad territory and brings us into the world — or at least points us on a path toward the world of Walter White and the territory of Walter White.”Gould continues: “We’re still a few years out from Walter White, but you’ll see some things that will definitely ring a bell and also show some different aspects to things that we saw in Breaking Bad.”

Gilligan also told The Hollywood Reporter:

“It gets darker, it gets richer. It’s still got funny in it, but on the Venn diagram of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, the overlap in the center is getting bigger and bigger … There is a very important character — I’m not promising you ever saw this character, but there was a very important character nonetheless from the Breaking Bad era who we’re going to meet this year.”

Rhea Seehorn, who plays Kim Wexler in the series, delved into what Season 4 will explore:

“[Season 4 will explore] her character’s relationship with Jimmy McGill, aka Saul Goodman, and how it has been affected by Chuck McGill’s (Michael McKean) suicide from season three. “What they did to Chuck, what Chuck did to himself, Chuck’s death, Jimmy’s reaction to it, what grief does to all of us…they have a huge impact. If you’ve ever been the person that’s supporting someone who is grieving, that has an impact on a relationship,” Seehorn said, adding that Chuck “really still looms large, particularly over this season.”

Monday, August 6. I’m horny.

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