'Better Call Saul' Teases Cliffhangers and More In New Featurette

AMC has released a behind-the-scenes video promoting its Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. The clip finds most of the Breaking Bad crew reunited in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the light is plentiful, the pollution is nonexistent and the traffic is scarce.

Jonathan Banks, who reprises his role as Mike from, spoke to the familiar setup, saying, "You kind of expect, every once in a while, [Breaking Bad co-stars] Aaron [Paul] or Bryan [Cranston], Anna [Gunn] or Dean [Norris] or R.J. [Mitte] to walk around the corner. Most of our crew's the same."

The clip includes quick conversations with Saul's costume designer, on-set dresser and construction coordinator who all echo Banks' sentiment. "It's definitely like a high school reunion," said SFX supervisor Werner Hahnlein, "with great people, not like high school!"

Despite being a comedian himself, star Bob Odenkirk talked up the show's serious side. "It is dramatic and very intense, and has these cliffhanger moments." Fellow cast members Michael McKean, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian and Michael Mando all talked to the camera as well. Mando said the new show will offer "really great surprises that Breaking Bad fans are just going to eat up."

Better Call Saul debuts on AMC in February. You can check out the entire video below.

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