Country musician Junior Brown sings, 'He'll stick it to the man, justice for all'
Breaking Bad spin-off series Better Call Saul has been teased in a music video released by TV network AMC.
In the video, country musician Junior Brown sings: “Saul, Saul, you better call Saul/He’ll fight for your rights, when your back’s to the wall/He’ll stick it to the man, justice for all.”
While singing about crimes ranging from shoplifting to drunk-driving Brown’s lyrics could be a clue about forthcoming plot lines from the Breaking Bad spin-off. “Your husband disappeared in the most convenient way/Now your troubles are gone, the insurance will surely pay/You get to the bank but the cops say ‘Whoa!’/Who you gonna dial when they lock you down low?”
The video also feature snapshots of scenes from the series showing Saul in court and in front of billboards advertising his services. The song was written by Dave Porter who wrote the theme to Breaking Bad. The lyrics were penned by the show’s creator Vince Giilligan.
As reported, Vince Gilligan is currently filming Breaking Bad spin-off series Better Call Saul starring Bob Odenkirk. It will follow the origins of Walter White’s lawyer Saul Goodman. When we meet Saul he’s actually called James McGill and hustling for ‘legal’ work with fixer Mike Ehrmantraut. Due to a shifting timeline, the show is initially set in 2002, six years before Saul meets Walt.
Better Call Saul will reach the screen in February next year with a first season run of 10 episodes. A second season has already been commissioned which will consist of 13 episodes.