The show was well-loved by critics, but ultimately, it’s viewership wavered too much to sustain itself. However, there’s a twist.
In Episode 8 of ‘Better Call Saul,’ the dialogue, while always reliably entertaining, was absolutely crackling with humor and wit.
The new show centers around a young woman who finds herself in a horrible predicament.
Lucy and Ethel revolutionized friendship for a whole group of women on the verge of a societal change, and now Abbi and Ilana are doing the same thing on their Comedy Central show ‘Broad City.’
In which ‘Better Call Saul”s main plot finds the writers spinning tires, but excelling at the side plots.
What does it say about ‘Better Call Saul’ that in “Five-O,” one of the young series’ best episodes yet, its main character is only featured for a grand total of only five minutes?
It’s kind of hard to believe, but ‘Better Call Saul’ just keeps getting better.
As the Mad Men generation started to lose its grip on reality, their contribution Saturday morning kids shows got totally weird.
“Who’s the Wolf of Wall Street?” “The Boss of Wall Street?” “The Wolf of Boss Street?” Whatever you want to call it, I think we can all agree that this is wonderful.
Five of the best made-for-TV songs, from Empire’s ‘Drip, Drop’ to Nashville’s ‘Wrong Song’ and beyond.