By Steve Greene
A chilling midseason finale proves that, in so many ways, revenge comes at a steep price.
“Better Call Saul”
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If there’s a dominant streak in this first half of the “Better Call Saul” farewell season, it’s the idea of surveillance. Aside from the fact that we’re all (in our…
By Kimberly Potts
In “Plan And Execution,” it’s all about the the long game and the life you choose
Rhea Seehorn on season six, episode seven of “Better Call Saul” as Kim Wexler.Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
Better Call Saul has been all about the long game from its beginning.
What would make the ornery, funny, usually well-intentioned…
By Scott Tobias
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The story lines were inevitably going to converge.
From the beginning of this first half of the final season of Better Call Saul, which picked up with Lalo surviving the assault on his family compound in Mexico, we have been waiting anxiously for him to reemerge in…
By Kirsten Acuna
Patrick Fabian poses with his character’s car in a behind-the-scenes photo from “Better Call Saul” season six, episode three.Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
Monday’s mid-season finale of “Better Call Saul” ended not only on one of the series’ most shocking moments, but on a moment that will going to go down as one of the…
Jimmy and Kim pull off their scheme, while Howard crosses paths with the wrong guy at the wrong time
Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin in the midseason finale of ‘Better Call Saul.’ Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
By Alan Sepinwall
A review of the Better Call Saul mid-season finale, “Plan and Execution,” coming up just as soon…
By Mike Hogan
Lalo surfaces (literally), Joey reshoots, Mike miscalculates, Cliff folds, Jimmy and Kim gasp, and Howard … well, read on.
This post contains spoilers from Better Call Saul episode 607, “Plan and Execution.”
Wow. That was … intense!
Tonight’s episode of Better Call Saul was the midseason finale (forget what you might have heard from some idiot…
Seven years after making his debut as “the heavy,” the actor opens up about the tie bars, his costars, his character’s crucial misstep, and that fateful midseason finale.
By Mike Hogan
Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin in Better Call Saul, Season 6, Episode 6.Photo Credit: Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television.Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
This post contains spoilers from Better…
By Joshua Axelrod
It took more than 20 years for Patrick Fabian to land his first series-regular role on a show with staying power. He could’ve done much worse than jumping aboard the spinoff of arguably the greatest show in television history.
Fabian, who was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in New Cumberland, Pa., has spent…
By NOEL MURRAY
Just like in real life, more and more movies and TV characters have been getting jobs with ride-share services. Writer-director Henry Barrial’s “DriverX” is one of the few films that doesn’t just use the gig as a plot-device. Drawn from the filmmaker’s own experiences, “DriverX” is a collection of hit-and-miss anecdotes, organized…