Get ready to get addicted all over again, as Saul Goodman will once again be available on Netflix. After the success of carrying Breaking Bad, the streaming service has exclusively partnered with Sony for on-demand rights the spinoff show Better Call Saul, based on the lawyer from the original show. The new series, which was co-created and produced by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and writer Peter Gould, will star Bob Odenkirk and will be set in the years prior to the events of Breaking Bad.
The show will be available to stream in the U.S., Latin American, and European markets once it has already aired on AMC. According to Variety, the entire first season of Saul will be available on Netflix in the U.S. once the finale airs on AMC, while customers in Europe and Latin America will be able to watch episodes just a few days after they air. There’s still no official premiere date for the series, but it’s expected sometime in 2014.