Better Call Saul is coming to an end on Netflix, but few know that the series has an animation that premiered this year. Where can it be seen?
The best of Saul on demand It is one of the best series in recent times and is currently in its final season on the streaming service Netflixthe culmination of a story centered on legendary attorney Saul Goodman who we first saw in Too bad. In case you didn’t know, this show created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould has a rendered animation about the main character titled Jimmy sliding.
Fans of the series will remember it “Slippin’ Jimmy” It was an old nickname Jimmy McGill In the days of his youth, in the days when he was deceiving people. He refers, for example, to the common practice of pretending to slip and fall to get an easy cash deal from his employer, something the hero has put into practice more than once in fiction. In addition, it is one of the last things for his brother chuck Tell him he will always be that teen character.
In the middle of March this year, this new animated show of The best of Saul on demand Produced by Starburns, also delayed Rick and Mortyand with screenwriters Ariel Levine and Kathleen Williams Fuchs. On the other hand, they soon confirmed that Bob Odenkirk will not be voicing Jimmy and instead will be Sean Giamproni, accompanied by Kyle S Moore, Will Foot and Jasmine Gatewood, among others.
The plot follows the adventures of the young man Jimmy McGill and his childhood friends in Chicago. Each episode is told in a style that pays homage to the various films and TV shows of the 1970s. Before he became a criminal lawyer, there’s this cunning teen trying to get into Catholic school without finishing him and his best friend Marco in prison.
+ Where to see Slippin’ Jimmy, Introduction to Better Call Saul
from May 23 Viewers in the United States and Canada can enjoy Jimmy sliding Via broadcast service + AMC. Unfortunately, this platform is not yet available in Latin America, but see success The best of Saul on demandIt is expected that Netflix will be able to integrate it into its catalog soon.