Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is showing some shades of Saul Goodman in the new teaser for the second season of AMC's "Better Call Saul."
The minute-long clip showed a scene from the Season 2 premiere episode, titled "Switch," and comes courtesy of Entertainment Weekly. In it, Jimmy is seen getting out of his car and entering the nail salon from which he operates his practice. He works his charm on the ladies in the salon as he picks up - and discards - his mail before stopping to get a drink of cucumber water, something he has attempted multiple times in Season 1. But when Mrs. Nguyen (Eileen Fogarty) reprimands him, saying "Cucumber water for customer only," as she usually does, Jimmy will not be denied. He smirks, throws his tie over his shoulder, and proceeds to drink straight from the tap.
Though the clip doesn't reveal much about the Season 2 plot, it does give a glimpse into Jimmy's steady transformation into his "Saul Goodman" persona. more >>
"American Horror Story," the horror anthology series on FX, has never failed to make waves in American television. After the end of season 5, which was marked by the award-winning performance of Lady Gaga, the anthology series has been renewed for a sixth season. This comes after Lady Gaga's Best Actress win in the Golden Globes. According to a report in E! Online, the show's creator Ryan Murphy has started talking to the show's cast members about what role they will play in the coming season.
According to the interview, Murphy revealed that he had started telling the show's returning cast members what character they will play because he had "too much to drink." He however did not give out any hints on what the next season's plot will be.
Among those who will be returning include Angela Bassett who played Ramona in "AHS: Hotel." According to Murphy's interview with E! News, Bassett was shocked with Murphy's revelation about her character. more >>
When viewers last saw Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), the small-time attorney was letting Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) know that his days of playing by the rules are over.
When the second season of AMC's "Better Call Saul" debuts, the embittered McGill, who spent the first season working hard for his underdog clients and trying to keep his law practice afloat, will be ever closer to transforming into the faux-Jewish Saul Goodman, Walter White's (Bryan Cranston) attorney in the cult favorite "Breaking Bad."
"Better Call Saul" showrunners Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan talked to Variety about Jimmy's slow transformation into his Saul persona at the show's Season 2 premiere at the Arclight Cinema in Culver City, Tuesday, Feb. 2. According to Gilligan, in the early stages of the show, they thought that Jimmy would become Saul by the middle of the first season or at least by the end of it. But, he said, Jimmy turned out to be a guy they liked more than Saul Goodman. more >>
"Jane the Virgin" season 2's next episode will see Jane's romantic life becoming even more complicated with her growing feelings for her English professor.
Jane (Gina Rodriguez) will begin noticing her feelings for Prof. Chavez (Adam Rodriguez) when she starts dreaming about him, despite her initial bad impression of him. The next episode of "Jane the Virgin" season 2 will see Jane starting to acknowledge her attraction to the English professor even as she is still torn between her two other love interests, according to Christian Today.
In the previous episode, Jane decided to enter the dating scene. Her best friend Lina apparently convinced her to begin seeing guys again. Lina made a dating profile for her, but when Jane zeroed in on one guy, he later on dropped her. Jane eventually ended up spending time with Dax at a bar, but he did not make a good impression because he mentioned his girlfriend after the two of them kissed, Movie News Guide recalls. more >>
The long-running British auto show "Top Gear" may be without Jeremy Clarkson when it returns for its 23rd season in May, but fans will be in for a treat as the popular series will feature a troupe of fresh cast members, some of whom may be familiar to viewers.
On Thursday, Feb. 4, "Top Gear" announced that former "Friends" star Matt LeBlanc will be joining the popular motoring show as a new co-host.
"Matt's a lifelong fellow petrolhead and I'm thrilled he's joining 'Top Gear,'" said LeBlanc's fellow host, British radio and TV personality Chris Evans, who was added to the show last year. more >>
The actors who will portray Jesus Christ and Judas in the upcoming live production of Fox's "The Passion" on Palm Sunday have officially been announced.
The role of Jesus will be played by singer-songwriter Jencarlos Canela, a theater actor who debuted in the 2008 musical "Miami Libre" and currently stars on the NBC primetime show, "Telenovela." Judas, the man who betrays Jesus, will be portrayed by singer and actor Chris Daughtry, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
While he has appeared on "CSI: NY," the soon-to-be Judas is probably best known from season five of "American Idol" where he placed fourth overall. The script, written by Peter Barsocchini ("High School Musical,") will take audiences on a journey 2,000 years ago to the last hours when Jesus Christ walked the Earth. more >>