Netflix has been making some very high quality original TV shows for a while now. In fact, Netflix won major awards for its original series "House of Cards." The next season of "House of Cards" kicks off on February 14, 2014. Netflix and Sony Pictures Television have now announced another series will be coming as a streaming exclusive to Netflix subscribers around the world.
Fans of the AMC hit "Breaking Bad" will love this announcement. The show is called "Better Call Saul" and is a "Breaking Bad" spinoff. The new show will focus on sleazy attorney Saul Goodman who was a major character in "Breaking Bad."
"Better Call Saul" will air in first run episodes on AMC and will be offered exclusively to Netflix for streaming. The entire first season of the show will be offered on Netflix after its season finale airs on AMC. All of the episodes will hit Netflix at the same time.
That means viewers will be able to binge on all the Saul they want in one go. The series will star Bob Odernkirk and is co-created and executive produced by "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan. The series will tell the story of Saul Goodman in the years before he became Walter White's attorney. The series finale of "Breaking Bad" had a record 10.3 million viewers.