Bob Odenkirk plays low flying lawyer Saul Goodman on the new AMC series 'Better Call Saul.' (Photo: AMC)

Bob Odenkirk plays low flying lawyer Saul Goodman on the new AMC series ‘Better Call Saul.’ (Photo: AMC)

Bob Odenkirk shows what it’s like to be operating at the low-end of the legal spectrum in a new 30-second spot for his upcoming AMC series “Better Call Saul.” It ain’t easy being an ambulance chaser.

The highly anticipated series, a spin-off from AMC’s ground-breaking series “Breaking Bad,” will premiere in February.

Although short, the 30-second spot provides a glimpse of what Jimmy McGill, aka Jewish lawyer Saul Goodman, is up against as he tries to win one for the homeboys.

The quick scene-cuts show him trying to intimidate the legal opposition with a histrionic display. “You…will…atone!” he shouts only to elicit a bemused smile from his slick legal adversary.

Of course, it’s all about the money. But that isn’t entirely evident until Jimmy ends up tossed on the ground with his hands tied and mouth covered in duct tape. “Money is the point,” he says emphatically in another scene.

The new series is set in 2002, six years before Jimmy’s appearance on “Breaking Bad.” The show will have clear tie-ins to events that occurred during and after the original series, according to producers.

Jonathan Banks is reprise his “Breaking Bad “role as Mike Ehrmantraut and Michael McKean will play Jimmy’s brother.

Patrick Fabian will also appear as Hamlin, along with Rhea Seehorn as Kim and Michael Mando as Nacho.

The premiere will air Sunday, Feb. 8 and Monday, Feb. 9 at 10PM Eastern.

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