Better Call Saul: An animated series launched in the United States

American online channel AMC has shown in the United States six episodes of the animated series “Slippin’ Jimmy”, part of the series “Better Call Saul” that focuses on the childhood of the character played by Bob Odenkirk.

New creation. On Monday, May 23, the American channel AMC made available to its subscribers the six episodes of the animated series “Slippin’ Jimmy” on its streaming platform AMC +. This spin-off from “Better Call Saul” – the first part of the final sixth season whose last episode aired May 24 across the Atlantic – takes a look at Jimmy McGill’s childhood as he and his friend Marco Pastermark became scam artists on… school seats. Viewers learn about Jimmy’s first forays into law long before he became Saul Goodman.

“Slippin’ Jimmy” is one of three animated series based on “Better Call Saul” developed by AMC. The first, “Better Saul Staff Training,” has already had three seasons, with a fourth schedule soon. The other is called “Cooper’s Bar” and this time will focus on the character of Kim Wexler, played on screen by Rhea Seehorn.

The series has been acclaimed by viewers and critics, “Better Call Saul” has just concluded the first part of its final sixth season (in France, the series is available on Netflix, editor’s note). The second part, consisting of six episodes, will end in the series, and will be broadcast from July 11 to August 15.

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