It's ever-so-short, but ever-so-sweet.
'Breaking Bad' fans, deprived of anything new for so long, have been given a teaser-trailer for the much anticipated spinoff, 'Better Call Saul'.
The nine-second teaser shows Saul Goodman telling a client: "Lawyers. We're like health insurance. You hope you never need it but, man oh man not having it? No!"
The new series is set six years before the events depicted in 'Breaking Bad' where Saul becomes the hilarious if somewhat shady legal advisor to Walter White.
It has not been revealed whether White will feature in the new show but Bryan Cranston - who plays White - was teasingly cagey when interviewed by CNN back in May.
He said: "You never saw bags zip up or anything, or anybody say... you know.
He added: "Never say never."
Sadly, fans of Jesse Pinkman will be disappointed. Aaron Paul has already confirmed he has not been offered a role, but fixer Mike Erhmantraut will.
The ten-parter will debut in February 2015 and will be available on Netflix.