NY Times Interviews Bob Odenkirk; Berlin Film Festival to Screen Season 2

This week, The New York Times interviews Bob Odenkirk, while the Berlin Film Festival will screen Season 2. Plus, Season 1 will hit Netflix on Feb. 1. Read on for more:

The New York Times interviews Bob Odenkirk who talks about how Saul has changed him: "I love sketch comedy — I still love it, I still write it. And I loved acting in sketch comedy, because it’s funny as hell. But drama is totally different. You have to express multiple drives or conflicting desires."

• According to The Hollywood Reporter, Season 2 will screen at the Berlin Film Festival next month as part of a section focusing on high-end TV series -- and notes the show is "definitely this year's hottest TV ticket in Berlin."

Entertainment Weekly reveals that Season 1 will be available Feb. 1 on Netflix.

• Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will appear at a Better Call Saul panel at PaleyFest in Los Angeles in March, says The Hollywood Reporter.

Zap2it spotlights AMC's Season 2 promo, where Peter Gould teases that Season 2 "gets pretty wild. Things get dark and things get big."

Esquire debuts a new Season 2 teaser, saying that "it gives yet another hint that Jimmy McGill will veer ever closer to the sleazy Saul we know and love."

Uproxx looks at "who we met in season one and where you’ve seen the many familiar faces before Better Call Saul came along."

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