The new trailer for "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul." (AMC)

Watch the new ‘Better Call Saul’ video for a look at ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off

A trashed motel room littered with broken bottles, an overturned TV and a pair of cheap high-heels.

A recently abandoned table complete with a lighter, half-full glasses and a still-burning spliff in the ashtray.

A horizontal mirror on the vibrating bed occupied by open mascara, a credit card and blurry traces of cocaine.

And on the side table next to the bed is the phone book, hastily opened to attorney Saul Goodman’s cheesy advertisement: “Your one stop shop for all your legal needs.”

The good news about the new trailer for “Better Call Saul,” AMC’s “Breaking Bad” spin-off premiering Feb. 8 and 9: The aesthetics are familiar. The alluring use of the unknown. The realistic portrayal of depravity in New Mexico. The flat lights and sharp camera angles.

The bad news: The video’s only 30 seconds long.

Think AMC can make “Saul” the kind of intelligent, must-see TV “Breaking Bad” was for five gorgeous seasons?