After months of anticipation, Netflix has announced the to-air date of 'Better Call Saul'.
The follow-up to the global smash hit 'Breaking Bad' will premiere on Monday February 9th. The next episode will follow the next day.
From then, new episodes will be available every Tuesday at 7am UK time. Though it might prove a bit much at that time of the morning.
The 10-part series is the prequel to 'Breaking Bad'. It's set six years before lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) meets Walter White.
At the start of the series, Goodman is known as Jimmy McGill. The series will chart his transformation into unscrupulous attorney Saul Goodman.
Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould are the men who created it, and will be co-showrunners. Gilligan directed the first episode.
The series will start on the AMC network in the US on February 8th. But if you want to watch it in the UK – legally at least, which we'd advise – you'll need Netflix.
Goodman made his first appearance in the second series of 'Breaking Bad', and was a mainstay throughout the rest of the seasons.
While the 'Breaking Bad' character Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) will make an appearance in the show, White and his cohort Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) won't. Though co-creator Gilligan hasn't ruled it out completely.