“Better Call Saul,” AMC’s prequel to its groundbreaking, critically acclaimed “Breaking Bad,” is following in that show’s footsteps by getting its own live aftershow. The cable channel announced plans today for “Talking Saul,” which will air after the season two premiere of “Better Call Saul” on Monday, Feb. 15, and after the season finale on Monday, April 18.
The hourlong show will be hosted by Chris Hardwick, and will feature cast members, producers and celebrity fans discussing the show.
Hardwick also hosted “Talking Bad,” the live “Breaking Bad” aftershow that aired eight episodes in 2013, during “Breaking Bad’s” fifth and final season.
Scheduled guests for the first episode of “Talking Saul” include “Better Call Saul” creators and executive producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould and star Bob Odenkirk.