Unfortunately, the end of the beginning has reached Saul Goodman. As seen, more Better Call Saul has grown it has had a close tie to the storyline of its big brother Breaking Bad. But, the best part is still feeling like it’s own masterpiece.
Better Call Saul, Vince Gilligan’s prequel spin-off has made its own space in the fans heart. It will not return for one last spin in the coming year with the misadventures of Jesse Pinkman and Walter White.
Here’s all you need to know about Better Call Saul Season 6!
Release dates of Better Call Saul season 6
As per reports, Better Call Saul season 6, will be launching in 2021.
Due to the sudden outbreak of the Pandemic, it’s release has been put to a halt. It was about to release in early 2024, but now because the shoot is not happening, so it will release by mid-2021.
Trailer details of Better Call Saul season 6
For now, unfortunately, there is not even a teaser release, and this will remain for a while. So, there is no sign of trailer as well. Also, in case of Season 5, the van came a few weeks before the official premiere of the show.
Is Season 6 the last season for Better Call Saul?
As per reports, the fans will be heartbroken to know that Season 6 is the last season for Better Call Saul. The show took a while to reach the hearts of the fans like Breaking Bad, but now it has gained a prominent position. For now, it is a prequel series which is more than worthy in Vince Gilligan’s universe.
Season 6 will take us to the beginning of Breaking Bad and include us more in the life of Saul (now in hiding as “Gene”). It will then follow the original order of events.
Will Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul comeback in Better Call Saul season 6?
There is no confirmation that Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul will comeback as Walt or Jesse in Season 6.
If we look carefully, their appearance is not necessary for this season. Although, if they can come as a Cameo, the fans can enjoy this season altogether.
Cast details of the series
Bob Odenkirk will return as Jimmy ‘Saul Goodman’ McGill. Jonathan Banks will be accompanying as a criminal handyman Mike Ehrmantraut. Rhea Seehorn will be returning as ambitious lawyer Kim. And, finally for super-villain of Breaking Bad, Giancarlo Esposito will be returning as Gus Fring.
Other cast members for the show are: Patrick Fabian(Howard Hamlin), Michael Mando (Nacho Varga) and Mark Margolis (Hector) among different faces.
Season 6 spoilers
It is already clear that Season 6 will be a link between Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad. The only piece missing in the puzzle is which character will end up where.
As of now, Nacho, Lalo Salamanca and Kim Wexler are not at all visible in Breaking Bad. The fate of these characters are yet to be explored. We will see that Saul is shifting to a residence in his BB office. Salamanca and Gus’s War tends to begin again, and the construction of the superlab will most likely be completed.
Season 6 will be available on Netflix in the UK and AMC in the USA.
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