Better Call Saul, the prequel to the TV phenomenon Breaking Bad has gone through a pretty good run itself as we got to see how Jimmy McGill became Saul Goodman, Walter White’s lawyer. With the AMC series coming to an end soon with a sixth and a final season, here is an insight into what the fans of the show can expect from the Better Call Saul Season 6.
The final season of the show holds a lot of promises as we get to see where Saul Goodman is going to eventually land and how it will lead to the events in Breaking Bad, to make it even better for the fans and to give the story a comprehensive end, the last season of the show will comprise thirteen episodes instead of the regular ten episodes.
While the writers of the series admitted in an interview that they didn’t know where the show was heading until season five, they are apparently sure now as to where the journey of Saul Goodman is going to end.
While in a conversation with Deadline, Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill) mentioned that season five was the best season that they have ever done, so it will be fun to see how the last season lives up to its predecessor.
We will also get to see how the other characters which are not mentioned in Breaking Bad get their ending.
The Cast of Better Call Saul Season 6
While Bob Odenkirk will return to play the titular character of the show Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman / Gene Takavic, the other main cast members of the show will also return such as Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler, Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring, Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin, Michael Mando as Nacho Varga, Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut and others.
As we saw in the season five of the series that some of the familiar faces from Breaking Bad made an appearance in the show such as Dean Norris and Robert Forster, it wouldn’t be a big surprise if some other characters from Breaking Bad make an appearance in the final season.
Release date of Better Call Saul Season 6
While Better Call Saul Season 6 started filming back in February, the production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, so it is probable that the show will have its premiere in early 2021 but seeing the current condition of the outbreak it is highly likely that we will get to Saul back in mid or late 2021.
Well, as the shooting of the show is halted, for the time being, there is no chance that we are going to see a trailer or a teaser any time soon. So in all probability, the earliest that we will see new footage from Better Call Saul Season 6 would be in spring 2021.
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