Bob Odenkirk On CBS News; AMC Spotlights Bad Easter Eggs On Saul
• CBS News interviews Bob Odenkirk, who says modestly, "I still think I'm a couple years away from talking about myself as an actor and meaning it and believing it myself. I just think you've got to earn it."
• The Huffington Post spotlights AMC's video of Breaking Bad Easter eggs in Better Call Saul, with Vince Gilligan commenting, "When and where that world can intersect with Breaking Bad, we have fun finding those moments."
• Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive Season 2 premiere clip that shows Jimmy "in good spirits as he returns to the nail salon where he’s been running his operation and revisits a familiar tune. And this time, he will not be denied his cucumber water."
• TV Guide offers a Season 2 premiere sneak peek that displays how Mike's "season is getting off to a rough start."
• Entertainment Weekly talks to Patrick Fabian, who says that "last year was a real set up for a lot of stuff. For fans who were anxious for a little more to get going, season 2 starts to deliver on that promise, so I don’t think anybody is going to be disappointed."
• Variety reports that Better Call Saul was honored with a Golden Reel Award nod for excellence in sound editing in the category of Television — Short Form, Sound Effects & Foley.
• Reviewing Season 2, International Business Times enthuses that "there is no drop in quality, in fact, the show is better."
• Indiewire notes that Season 1 had "10 compelling episodes of television rich with character and detail, and, in the first two episodes of Season 2, there's every indication that they'll be able to keep a good thing going."
• Uproxx concurs that Season 1 was "very good, and the second season, which debuts on February 15, is off to another strong start through the two episodes released to critics."
• Zap2it shares a sneak peek promo, and asks, "will Jimmy continue with the straight and narrow path in his safe corporate job or will he fall back into his “Slippin’ Jimmy” con-man ways?"
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