I've been enjoying the latest series of Better Call Saul. I really enjoy Vince Gilligan's show-running and early in Breaking Bad, I even downloaded some scripts as examples of good screenplay.
There's a mastery in the techniques used in this current show, which is set in the time before Breaking Bad. The same desert, flip-open burner phones and people up to no good. Shred and burn.
A confident part of the story-telling is how Breaking Bad plot lines have taken until the fourth series to emerge. Even a music sting in Episode 5.
Now, as well as characters, we get, for example, to see how they built that improbable lab underneath the heavyweight machinery of that industrial laundry.
Then it starts be about who knows who? How were they introduced? What did they do to one another. Some of it will end in tears. Or worse. Much worse.
It's a lesson in unrevealed back-stories. Pleasing also that this show is being released weekly, although I have a feeling I'll binge watch it again once the whole of series 4 is out there.