Some of the biggest talents in the TV world sat down for a bit of chat recently at The Hollywood Reporter's annual Drama Showrunner Roundtable ahead of this year's Emmys, including Nic Pizzolatto (True Detective), Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel) and Aaron Sorkin (The Newsroom) and of course last year's drama series Emmy winner, Breaking Bad's Vince Gilligan.

The creator of one of the hits shows of the decade chatted about his fears for the success of upcoming spin-off 'Better Call Saul', saying he hoped it would be more Frasier than AfterMASH. We hope so Gillo!

Vince said; "If it's After MASH rather than Frasier, it won't be for a lack of hard work. There are a lot of smart people doing their best, but you just don't know until the world takes it. I figured the best thing to do is get back up on the horse, which is an odd thing to say after something good happened. I just came over here from the writers room, and we're a week behind, and we're probably going to be two weeks behind at the end of this week. It may turn out that this was a mistake, but there's no time to worry about it."

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