“Better Call Saul,” the spinoff and prequel to AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” released a country music video promoting the series, and the song gives viewers a real glimpse into potential plot lines.
Country veteran Junior Brown sings amidst a desert landscape in the video, and show creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan wrote the lyrics, which are suggestive of the show’s plots.
“Your husband disappeared in the most convenient way / Now your troubles are gone, the insurance will surely pay / You get to the bank but the cops say ‘Whoa!’ / Who you gonna dial when they lock you down low? Saul, Saul, you better call Saul / He’ll fight for your rights, when your back’s to the wall / He’ll stick it to the man, justice for all.”
The video premiered after the end of a “Breaking Bad” marathon Sunday. In “Better Call Saul,” Bob Odenkirk plays Saul Goodman, Walter White’s sleazy lawyer. The show is set in 2002, and shows what happened before Walter White’s druglord days. (RELATED: Walter White Might Appear On New Show)
“Better Call Saul” airs on AMC in February 2015, and has already been confirmed for a second season.