Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad

Desperate for a Breaking Bad fix? AMC has both good and bad news for you.

The network announced today that the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul has been delayed by several months, from late 2014 to early 2015. On the bright side, when the show finally does air we can expect more of it. AMC revealed that it has already renewed the series for a second season. For now, though, you’ll just have to settle for the first image from the set. More details and the first Better Call Saul image after the jump.

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Breaking Bad memoir

Breaking Bad is over, but it’s far from forgotten. Case in point: AMC is currently working on the spinoff show Better Call Saul, about Bob Odenkirk’s sleazy lawyer character. Though most of the characters revealed so far are familiar ones, we now have details on some of the new people that’ll populate the show.

Meanwhile, Bryan Cranston isn’t quite ready to close the book on Walter either. The actor is set to write a memoir about his years on the show, as well as his “life and work” in general. Hit the jump for more details on both projects.

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Mad Men Season 7 trailer

With less than a month to go until the premiere, AMC has released a new Mad Men Season 7 trailer — or several, rather. Given how secretive showrunner Matthew Weiner is about spoilers, it shouldn’t come as a huge shock that they don’t give away a whole lot about what we’ll be seeing next season. Nevertheless, we’re just happy to see our old SC&P friends again.

Watch the promos and check out a whole bunch of new images featuring Jon Hamm, Elisabeth MossChristina HendricksJohn Slattery, January Jones, and many more after the jump.

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Mad Men final season images - Peggy Olson and Don Draper

Now that we’ve all finished analyzing and overanalyzing that psychedelic Mad Men poster, it’s time to turn our attention to the first Mad Men final season images.

As Mad Men marketing goes, these pictures look fairly straightforward. They just show Don Draper (Jon Hamm) at the airport and on an airplane, with Megan (Jessica Paré), Peggy (Elisabeth Moss), and Roger (John Slattery) taking turns beside him. But the accompanying interviews with showrunner Matthew Weiner should give you something to chew on until the show comes back.

See the pictures and read Weiner’s comments after the jump.

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Mad Men Season 6

For the past three years, summer has brought with it the start of a new season of Breaking Bad. That won’t happen in 2014, but something (hopefully) almost as good will. AMC has announced that the spinoff Better Call Saul will premiere in November, though they have not yet set an exact date.

Meanwhile, flagship drama Mad Men will return for the first half of its seventh season on Sunday, April 13 at 10 PM; the second half will air sometime next year. And the week before, on Sunday, April 6 at 9 PM, we’ll get the premiere of the Revolutionary War drama Turn, starring Jamie Bell as a spy for George Washington.

Finally, the new drama Halt and Catch Fire, about the 1980s computer boom, will arrive in June, followed later in the summer by the return of Hell on Wheels. [HitFix]

Orphan Black

2013 was a pretty great year for television, and from what we’ve seen 2014 looks plenty promising too. Today, we’ve got trailers for new seasons of two very different critical favorites, BBC America’s Orphan Black and HBO’s Girls, plus a peek at an intriguing new show, AMC’s Revolutionary War drama Turn. Check ‘em all out after the jump.

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‘Better Call Saul’ Adds More ‘Breaking Bad’ Scribes

Saul Goodman Breaking Bad Bob Odenkirk

AMC’s Better Call Saul is calling up a couple of familiar names from the Breaking Bad days. Writers Thomas Schnauz and Gennifer Hutchinson have just signed on for the spinoff show, joining fellow BB alum Peter Gould. Bob Odenkirk will reprise his role as the super-shady lawyer. Hit the jump for the latest updates on this highly anticipated series.

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Breaking Bad - Jesse

(Major spoilers for Breaking Bad follow.)

Breaking Bad is over for good, but not every character closed out the series with a definitive ending. One whose fate was left open-ended was Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), the gentle soul who had the spectacular misfortune to fall under the sway of Mr. White. The last we saw of him, he was driving off into the distance. Whether that ride ended with a fatal crash, jail time, a successful escape to Alaska, or a Disneyland trip with Brock, we don’t know.

Series creator Vince Gilligan has previously said that the ambiguity was by design, stressing that “it’s up to the individual viewer to decide what happens next for Jesse.” However, that hasn’t stopped him from coming up with some theories of his own. Hit the jump to see what he had to say.

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