Better Call Saul, which stars big names like Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn and Jonathan Banks, aired last season last year. With the end of the series, which tells the story of beloved criminal defense lawyer Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad, one of the legends of the show’s history, fans have begun to look for new content to watch. Lead character Bob Odenkirk, played by Better Call Saul, returns to the screen in his new drama Lucky Hank. Let’s look at the details together:

Odenkirk plays William Henry Devereux Jr., a professor who is having a midlife crisis in the series, which aired for months with short teasers and footage.

In the trailers, we see William Henry Devereux Jr.’s blunt and angry personality reflected in his work at the university. The series is expected to air on March 19, 2023.

Lucky Hank is inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning Richard Russo’s 1997 novel The Straight Man. Originally conceived as “The Straight”, the series title was changed to “Lucky Hank” in early January 2023.

Both the series and the novel chronicle the experiences of William Henry Devereux, Jr. (Odenkirk), interim president of the English department at the largely underfunded Railton University of Pennsylvania.


As Devereaux deals with her midlife crisis, she does her best to keep the school afloat.

The newly released trailer shows us how Deveraux Jr. can turn his life upside down. The trailer opens with Devereux calling the entire school “the capital of mediocrity”. A series of events unfold when his insulting words about the school are published.


The character’s problems at home and at work, interesting solutions and character are shown, and the series is summarized as follows: “Is this person really the head of the English department?”

Along with Odenkirk, the cast also includes big names such as Mireille Enos, The Office’s favorite Oscar Nunez, Tom Bauer, Kyle MacLachlan and Chris Diamantopoulos.

Lucky Hank, which fans are looking forward to, will begin on Sunday, March 19th. We do not yet know on which platform the series will be broadcast in Turkey, which weekly episodes will be broadcast abroad on platforms such as AMC and AMC+. Here is the trailer posted 👇

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