*Warning: This guide contains “BREAKING BAD” and “BETTER CALL SAUL” spoilers.
Vince Gilligan knows how to write good TV. Just for his work as the guy (creator, head writer, producer, director) of the acclaimed AMC series “Breaking Bad,” he won 14 awards. After that outstanding run, he created a prequel spin-off series that centered on one of the standout characters from “Breaking Bad,” the shady attorney Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk). “Better Call Saul” became an instant hit (and maybe even surpassed the creative heights of its predecessor?). The final “Saul” episode aired in August 2022.
Now, when you find yourself thinking about the show in a way you just can’t shake, you could always binge it all over again. You could also do something better: go to Albuquerque and see the filming locations that brought the story to life. Here are some of the best “Better Call Saul” filming locations to visit. As with any list like this, spoilers exist for both “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” so read at your own risk.