The spin-off/prequel to Breaking Bad premieres in the US tonight, and it has never been easier to get your hands on a show, with not one but two legal options for getting the show to your device for little to no money whatsoever.
Stan has a first-run crack at Better Call Saul, with episode one launching on the service tonight at around 6pm AEDT. Stan gives you a free month of service, which means you get around four episodes for literally nothing. We should point out here that Fairfax which owns half of the Stan joint venture with Nine also owns Allure Media, which publishes Gizmodo Australia.
By way of balance, there's another (slightly cheaper) way to get your hands on the sweet prequel goodness: Ezyflix.tv will offer 10 episodes of Better Call Saul for $10. The episodes will drop weekly, 24 hours after they air in the US.
No matter what you choose, however, it's cheap content available on loads of devices: something we've been pining over for years. Our friends over at mUmbrella have it right: don't pretend you're Robin Hood if you're out to pirate Better Call Saul tonight.