Actor Bob Odenkirk, who portrayed Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill in the AMC’s Better Call Saul series, reacted to the massive success of the series.
Better Call Saul is actually a Breaking Bad sequel and goes back to Saul Goodman’s life, known as a crooked criminal lawyer on BB, to describe how the character’s moral breakdown took place. Saul Goodman had appeared as a supporting character in Breaking Bad, but Breaking Bad creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould turned the series into something more tragic than expected.
According to ‘TV Guide,’ Better Call Saul is now ranked as the best TV show on television and seems to have already proven this achievement with its Emmy nomination.
The show’s star Odenkirk, took to Twitter and reacted to the success of Better Call Saul and the article published by ‘TV Guide.’ Odenkirk said he was honored for this achievement and said that the article was an excellent one, thought out to the finest detail.
Here’s what Bob Odenkirk stated:
“We are proud to get this honor from TVGuide. An excellent article that fills you in on the story being told and its many human dimensions. Thanks!”
Check out the Twitter post below.
We are proud to get this honor from TVGuide. An excellent article that fills you in on the story being told and its many human dimensions. Thanks! Enjoyhttps://www.tvguide.com/news/features/better-call-saul-best-show-on-tv/
— Mr. Bob Odenkirk (@mrbobodenkirk) August 31, 2020