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Rhea Seehorn Discusses Jimmy & Kim; Yahoo TV Interviews Michael Mando

Plus, HitFix gets the scoop on the Hoboken Squat Cobbler.

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Bob Odenkirk Talks Season Premiere With EW; Saul Wins WGA Award

This week, Bob Odenkirk discusses the Season 2 premiere with Entertainment Weekly, while Better Call Saul wins a WGA Award. Plus, Rhea Seehorn provides her insights to EW.

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Better Call Saul Wins Writers Guild Award for Best Episodic Drama

The win came for the series’ premiere episode, “Uno,” written by series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould.

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Bob Odenkirk Talks Jimmy to CBS; Time Hails Season 2

This week, Bob Odenkirk discusses Jimmy with CBS News, while Time hails Season 2. Plus, Peter Gould teases the second Season to Entertainment Weekly. Read on for more.

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See the Stars of Better Call Saul at PaleyFest LA 2016

Stars Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Michael McKean, and series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will be on the panel.

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Bob Odenkirk On CBS News; AMC Spotlights Bad Easter Eggs On Saul

This week, Bob Odenkirk is interviewed by CBS News, while AMC spotlights Breaking Bad Easter eggs on Better Call Saul. Plus, Entertainment Weekly debuts a Season 2 clip.

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6 Ways to Watch Better Call Saul Season 1 Before the Season 2 Premiere

The new season returns to AMC starting Monday, February 15 at 10/9c, available the next day on amc.com and the AMC app.

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

Plus, Season 1 will hit Netflix on Feb. 1. Read on for more.

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Ed Begley, Jr. Joining Saul; 411Mania Names Saul One of 2015’s Best

This week, Entertainment Weekly reports on Ed Begley, Jr. joining Better Call Saul. Plus, 411Mania deems the show one of 2015’s best. Read on for more.

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Bob Odenkirk Teases Season 2 to Variety; USA Today Views New Clip

This week, Bob Odenkirk teases Season 2 to Variety, while USA Today and IGN check out new clips from the show. Plus, Peter Gould says viewers will see more of Mike. Read on for more.

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