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It's barely enough to give you a fix.

Saul Goodman’s back in business.

It’s hardly enough to fill even the smallest of holes left by the end of Breaking Bad, but our first look at Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad prequel, is finally online. And we’ve got a release date.

AMC hasn’t officially released any trailers, but this 10-second clip shows Bob Odenkirk addressing a new client. He may have more hair (and is going by a different name) this time around, but he’s still got the same attitude that we remember.

 

So far, news of the show has been scarce. AMC has released only a handful of photos and a list of series regulars so far, and a billboard ad for James M. McGill, the name Saul used back in 2002, recently appeared in Albuquerque. And, yes, something happens when you call the number on the billboard.

Better Call Saul is set to premiere in February 2015 (and has already been renewed for a 13-episode second season), so you know what plenty of us will be doing around Valentine’s Day.

H/T The Guardian | Photo via @BreakingBad_AMC/Twitter

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