"Better Call Saul" and the delivery app Postmates are cooking up something special for fans this week.
Los Pollos Hermanos, Gus Fring's fictitious chicken joint from "Breaking Bad" and its prequel series "Better Call Saul" will be delivering lunch starting Monday at noon.
If you live in Los Angeles or New York City, you can order a mini-meal of fried chicken and curly fries from Los Pollos Hermanos Monday through Wednesday using the Postmates app. Delivery is free, while supplies last, courtesy of the AMC dramedy.
Postmates teased the special on Twitter along with a 30-second commercial featuring drug kingpin Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) himself. "The best ingredients. The spiciest spices. Definitely nothing illegal. That's the Los Pollos Hermanos promise," the on-demand service tweeted.
The show is currently in its fourth season on AMC, but the Postmates partnership isn't the first time Fring's fast-food chicken chain that operates as a drug front has been brought to life. In March 2017, AMC brought the pop-up restaurant to LA's Arts District for two days.