It’s not about meth

If you’re trying to find a sweet new TV show to watch, “Better Call Saul” should be your choice.

Vince Gilligan, the creator of “Breaking Bad,” also directs the exciting new spinoff, starring one of the show’s most popular characters, Saul Goodman.

“Better Call Saul” airs 10 p.m. on Mondays on AMC with streaming available on their website as well.

“Better Call Saul” defines itself as its own show by including a little more dark humor into it.

Seven years before the events of “Breaking Bad,” the show highlights how Saul Goodman, known as James McGill, becomes the lawyer we see in “Breaking Bad.”

Immediately the show draws you in with an eerie black and white silent shot of Saul working in a Cinnabon bakery at a mall.

Anyone who’s seen “Breaking Bad” will know that this was Saul’s backup plan if things didn’t go according to plan.

Throughout the show there are appearances from other “Breaking Bad” characters.

That’s the beauty of the show, it’ll only draw us back in to watch more, especially for  “Breaking Bad” fans.

Its predecessor was known for dark and gritty scenes, and the same is true in this show.