Great Britain

Bob Odenkirk updates – Better Call Saul star ‘recovering’ in hospital with wife as son says he’ll be ‘okay’ on Twitter

ACTOR RECOVERY

BOB Odenkirk was rushed to the hospital after reportedly collapsing on set of Better Call Saul.

The 58-year-old actor is still receiving medical care following the incident, which took place at the Sony lot in Los Angeles, according to reports.

Production sources told TMZ that the cast and crew were shooting on the Sony Lot in Culver City on Tuesday when Bob collapsed.

Quickly after Bob went down, he was surrounded by crew members who called an ambulance to get the star help.

Odenkirk suffered a “heart-related incident” that left him in critical condition, TMZ reported, adding that he was unconscious when he was initially brought to the hospital.

As of Wednesday evening, Odenkirk was reported to be lucid and in recovery.

"He's going to be okay," Nate Odenkirk – Bob's son – tweeted.

Read our Bob Odenkirk blog below for the very latest updates...

  • 'THANK F--KING GOD' BOB IS OKAY

    Friends and colleagues reacted with intense relief after Nate Odenkirk tweeted that his father would "be okay."

    "Thank f--king god," comedian Tim Heidecker tweeted in response to Nate.

  • WHAT DID BOB ODENKIRK DO BEFORE HE WAS SAUL?

    Before the “Saul” role, which he also played on “Breaking Bad,” Odenkirk was best known for “Mr. Show With Bob and David,” the sketch comedy series he co-created with David Cross that originally aired on HBO from 1995 to 1998.

    He has won two Emmys, for his writing on “The Ben Stiller Show” and on “Saturday Night Live.”

    He has also appeared on HBO’s “The Larry Sanders Show” and in the films “The Post,” “Little Women” and “Nobody.”

  • BOB ODENKIRK’S 'BETTER CALL SAUL' EMMYS

    Bob Odenkirk was shooting "Better Call Saul", which is the spin-off prequel to "Breaking Bad" when he collapsed.

    It has been shooting its sixth and final season, which is set to air on AMC next year.

    He has been nominated for four Emmys for playing the title character, a down-on-his-luck lawyer named Jimmy McGill who becomes increasingly corrupt and adopts the pseudonym, Saul Goodman.

  • 'I LOVE YOU MY FRIEND'

    One of Bob Odenkirk's Breaking Bad co-star's - Aaron Paul - took to Instagram during the star's recovery.

  • BEST EPISODE OF MR. SHOW

    Vulture ranked the best episodes of Mr. Show, lauding "The Story of Everest" as the best one. Bob Odenkirk and David Cross star.

  • COMEDIAN DAVID CROSS SHARED UPDATES ON BOB ODENKIRK

    While Bob Odenkirk's condition was still largely unknown on Wednesday, David Cross shared updates on what he knew.

    Cross and Odenkirk worked together on the sitcom Mr. Show.

  • BOB ODENKIRK IN RECOVERY AFTER CARDIAC EVENT

    TMZ is reporting that Odenkirk suffered a "heart-related incident" that left him in critical condition.

    "Bob and his family would like to express gratitude for the incredible doctors and nurses looking after him, as well as his cast, crew and producers who have stayed by his side," Odenkirk's rep said to TMZ,

    "The Odenkirks would also like to thank everyone for the outpouring of well wishes and ask for their privacy at this time as Bob works on his recovery."

  • WHAT DID BOB ODENKIRK DO BEFORE HE WAS SAUL?

    Before the “Saul” role, which he also played on “Breaking Bad,” Odenkirk was best known for “Mr. Show With Bob and David,” the sketch comedy series he co-created with David Cross that originally aired on HBO from 1995 to 1998.

    He has won two Emmys, for his writing on “The Ben Stiller Show” and on “Saturday Night Live.”

    He has also appeared on HBO’s “The Larry Sanders Show” and in the films “The Post,” “Little Women” and “Nobody.”

  • ODENKIRK WAS 'HAPPY TO BE ALIVE' AFTER JACKASS STUNT

    Just days before he suffered a cardiac event, Bob Odenkirk said he was "happy to be alive" after a stunt for a "J-ckass" movie.

  • NATE ODENKIRK LIKES SUPPORTIVE TWEETS

    Bob Odenkirk's son, Nate, liked a few supportive Tweets about his father.

    Nate liked a Tweet from comedian David Cross, as well as a reply to the tweet that read: "He survived a mouth full of sores, he can survive this."

  • TV CRITIC LAUDS BOB ODENKIRK

    TV critic James Poniewozik lauded Bob Odenkirk, saying he is practically universally adored.

  • 'A LOT OF PEOPLE LOVE HIM'

    Comedian and actor Brian Posehn responded to Nate Odenkirk's tweet as well.

    "Thanks pal, tell your dad a lot of people love him. I think he knows," Posehn wrote.

    Posehn was featured alongside Bob Odenkirk in the hit series Mr. Show.

  • BOB ODENKIRK'S BEST SCENES RESURFACE

    As many pray for a speedy recovery for the actor, Odenkirk's best scenes were shared on social media.

  • CLOSE FRIEND AMBER TAMBLYN SHARES UPDATED ON BOB ODENKIRK

    Amber Tamblyn, who is married to comedian David Cross, shared an update on Bob Odenkirk.

    "Bob is in stable condition and everyone— literally everyone— can breathe now," she wrote on Twitter.

    "I am sending a mountain of love to my extended family: Naomi, Erin and Nate Odenkirk," she added.

  • FANS SEND THEIR WELL WISHES

    Shortly after news broke of Bob’s hospitalization, fans rushed to Twitter to wish the actor well.

    One fan wrote: “hope Bob Odenkirk will be ok.”

    Another added: “Lord send Your angels to Bob Odenkirk! Keep our Saul Goodman safe!!”

    A third chimed in: “My thoughts and prayers with Bob Odenkirk after hearing he collapsed on set.”

  • WATCH: BOB ODENKIRK IN 'I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE' SEASON TWO

    Bob Odenkirk appears in the second season of Netflix' sketch comedy show 'I Think You Should Leave'.

    In this sketch for the show, which debuted on the streaming platform on 6 July, he played a diner who manipulated a dad on the neighboring table into lying to his daughter about the amazing, imaginary life the diner had.

  • The Better Call Saul’s debut is expected to hit the shelves in January.

    Its publisher Penguin Random House has described the memoir as a “a “Homeric” decades-long “Odyssey” from his origins in the seedy comedy clubs of Chicago to a dramatic career full of award nominations”.

    The book, called Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama, will also chronicle his years as a successful comedy writer, his break into mainstream culture as Saul Goodman, and his “baffling” middle-age detour into being an action hero.

  • WHAT HAPPENED TO BOB ODENKIRK?

    Bob Odenkirk was rushed to the hospital after reportedly collapsing on set of Better Call Saul.

    The 58-year-old actor is still receiving medical care following the incident, which took place at the Sony lot in Los Angeles, according to reports.

    Production sources told TMZ that the cast and crew were shooting on the Sony Lot in Culver City on Tuesday when Bob collapsed.

    Quickly after Bob went down, he was surrounded by crew members who called an ambulance to get the star help.

  • ‘A LOT OF PEOPLE LOVE HIM’

    Comedian and actor Brian Posehn responded to Nate Odenkirk’s tweet as well.

    “Thanks pal, tell your dad a lot of people love him. I think he knows,” Posehn wrote.

    Posehn was featured alongside Bob Odenkirk in the hit series Mr. Show.

  • CO-STAR MICHAEL MCKEAN TWEETS SUPPORT

    Michael McKean, Odenkirk’s co-star in Better Call Saul, also tweeted his relief that the star is in recovery.

  • BOB ODENKIRK’S ‘BETTER CALL SAUL’ EMMYS

    Bob Odenkirk was shooting “Better Call Saul,” which is the spin-off prequel to “Breaking Bad," when he collapsed.

    It has been shooting its sixth and final season, which is set to air on AMC next year.

    He has been nominated for four Emmys for playing the title character, a down-on-his-luck lawyer named Jimmy McGill who becomes increasingly corrupt and adopts the pseudonym, Saul Goodman.

Football news:

Ronaldo, please, can you stop? It would make my day off. Cristiano was photographed with a boy at the entrance to the Manchester United base
Savich about the referee in the game with Athletic: It's not normal to show 15 cards for every word. Felix had no intention of touching anyone
Tim Sherwood: It will be difficult for Werner at Chelsea. He must show Tuchel that he has more than just good press
Klattenburg on Klopp: He does not know how to lose. When things went wrong, he began to get annoyed
Guardiola on the City fans after 0:0: I feel guilty at a bad game. I will be grateful even if 85 people come
Arteta about the series Ted Lasso: It gives a different perspective - you can look at things from different sides
Marca dashes evaluated the game of Suarez and Felix in the match with Athletic