(I can't put it in the front page)
"I'll just say it: The first few episodes that I saw are better than Breaking Bad. They are smarter. They are sharper. I have never seen a prequel handled so cleverly. What we know from the previous series about Saul Goodman, or James McGill as he is known inBetter Call Saul, provides a kind of counterintuitive suspense mechanism.
In the very first shot, in silent black and white, we see the ruins of Saul Goodman after the action ofBreaking Bad, just as he said he would be. He's working at a Cinnabon in a mall, terrified of anyone slightly threatening who walks into the store. The question for the plot is: How did he become this way? How did he fail so catastrophically?"