Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad prequel/spinoff, Better Call Saul—a.k.a. your reason to live through winter—is filming in Albuquerque, supplying only the occasional crumb of info to addicted fans. There's the billboard, the song, and now this this short behind-the-scenes set video.

It's mostly the usual hype about how much fun it is to work on the show, but there are some important things to note here: Michael McKean is on board as Saul Goodman's—or should I say Jimmy McGill's?—brother, Chuck McGill, and Jonathan Banks will reprise his role as Breaking Bad's professional problem-solver, Mike Erhmantraut.

There are also some reveals of cast members we haven't met yet: Rhea Seehorn (Whitney, Franklin and Bash) as Kim Wexler, Michael Mando (Orphan Black) as Nacho Varga, and Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin.

Banks drops some not-so-subtle hints about Breaking Bad cameos, too: "You kind of expect, every once in a while, Aaron or Bryan or Anna or Dean or R.J. to walk around the corner."

He should expect it, because it sounds like there's every chance that at least Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will cross paths with Jimmy/Saul/whatever we're calling him now.

"[Bryan Cranston] and Aaron Paul, in addition to some of Bad's other actors, have expressed interest in making appearances, which Gilligan intends to make happen," the Hollywood Reporter revealed back when Saul was first announced.

Better Call Saul premieres in February. If you watch this teaser very slowly and loop a GIF of the courtroom footage from the music video until then, you might survive that long. Good luck.

[h/t Digg]