With shows such as Mad Men and The Walking Dead, AMC has seen itself become a prominent force in television over the past few years. One of their most critically and commercially popular shows was Breaking Bad, which ended its five-season run last year. However, the end of the show was not the last the audience would see of lawyer Saul Goodman, as AMC soon announced a show revolving around the secondary character. Titled Better Call Saul, the show is co-created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, with Bob Odenkirk reprising his role and the series itself going back in time to examine the character before the events of Breaking Bad. A new teaser for the show has now been released, with Gould and Gilligan talking about the show’s direction. With the series set to premiere in February, the teaser can be seen below.