The only proper way to end AMC's two-month-long "Breaking Bad" marathon is with a look at "Better Call Saul."
Little is known about the spinoff series, which focuses on the pre-Walter White days of Bob Odenkirk's Saul Goodman, who was formerly known as Jimmy McGill. We do know that Jonathan Banks will return as Mike, Michael McKean will also co-star and that it won't premiere until early next year.
AMC previously only released two very short teasers, but now there's a music video. During Sunday night's "Breaking Bad" binge, AMC premiered a "Better Call Saul" music video performed by country singer Junior Brown. The video mostly features Brown singing in an Albuquerque-themed setting, surrounded by desert rocks and an air dancer. But near the end we get some brand new footage from the spinoff: Saul losing his temper, kicking a chair, negotiating near a bathroom urinal and giving an I-got-this courtroom head nod.
It's not much, but hey, it's something. Check out the music video above until Vince Gilligan decides to bless us with more "Saul" details.