While Better Call Saul is about to wrap up this year, AMC seems not ready to let go of Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk as he is in talks over his next television deal with the network.
Straight Man, an adaptation of Richard Russo’s self-titled book, will feature and be executive produced by Odenkirk. AMC has accelerated the progress of the project, which was written by Aaron Zelman and Paul Lieberstein. Peter Farrelly has been tapped to helm the show from Sony’s TriStar TV and Gran Via, which is scheduled to premiere in 2023.
The prequel to Breaking Bad in which he also acted for many seasons, marks the return of Odenkirk to the small screen after a six-season run on Better Call Saul in a co-showrunner role with Zelman and Lieberstein. Along with Odenkirk, executive producers include Zelman, Farrelly, Russo, Lieberstein, Naomi Odenkirk, and Mark Provissiero.
Straight Man is a story about a mid-life crisis set at Railton Institution and recounted in the first person by William Henry Devereaux Jr. (Odenkirk), an unlikely head of the English department at a financially strapped college in Pennsylvania’s rust belt.
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Keep an eye out for Odenkirk in the interesting new character when production on Straight Man kicks off at AMC, and don’t miss him in the last season of Better Call Saul, which will premiere later this April.