The "Better Call Saul" star collapsed while filming his show in New Mexico yesterday.  After the success of "Breaking Bad," fans of the show we're clamouring for a spin-off and "Better Call Saul" delivered. "Better Call Saul" followed Saul Goodman, a criminal defense lawyer played by Bob Odenkirk. Saul Goodman was the lawyer to Walter White, the protagonist of the hit show "Breaking Bad."

"Better Call Saul" was a hit, earning 39 Emmy nominations including "Outstanding Drama Series," "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series," "Oustanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series," "Oustanding Writing in a Drama Series," and "Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series."

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"Better Call Saul" is currently filming its sixth season and there was a scary incident during filming yesterday in New Mexico. According to TMZ, Odenkirk was shooting with cast members when he suddenly collapsed. Crew members surrounded the actor and proceeded to call an ambulance. He was rushed to the hospital but it was unclear if the actor was conscious when he was transported. TMZ also reported Bob Odenkirk is still in the hospital under the care of medical professionals.

We're hoping Bob Odenkirk gets better soon and makes a full recovery from this incident. Season six of "Better Call Saul" will be the final season of the show.

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