Better Call Saul is finally returning to AMC with a sixth and final season consisting of 13 episodes. The final season of Better Call Saul premieres on April 18 with weekly episodes airing on AMC. After a brief hiatus, the series will air the last six episodes from June 11.
Better Call Saul is a spinoff show to the popular award-winning series Breaking Bad which follows the evolution of Jimmy Gill, a young aspiring lawyer to Saul Goodman, a full-on conman,
Season 5 finale saw Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) survive a murder attempt ordered by Gus Fringe (Giancarlo Esposito). Nacho Varga (Michael Mando) is on the run after betraying the Cartel and it seems Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks)is on his way to becoming Gus Fringe’s general. Meanwhile, Jim (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) are the next potential targets for the cartel, In addition, it seems Howard (Patrick Fabian) has decided to build a case against Jimmy to bar him from the law.
The new trailer gives us a glimpse of how Saul’Goodman’s name is quickly growing among criminals after his involvement with the cartel. Check out the trailer below!
With season 6, we are getting closer to key events in the Breaking Bad timeline, so it’s safe to assume that we will get several connections and perhaps even some old reprisals.
Despite starting off as a prequel to one of the most popular shows, Bette Call Saul quickly earned a reputation for itself owing to the brilliant narrative and top-notch performance by the cast.
Just like Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul has received several award nominations including thirty-nine Emmy Award nominations, four Golden Globe nominations, and three Critics’ Choice Awards nominations throughout its previous five seasons, Being one of the most anticipated series of 2022, expectations are riding high. But if the history of the series is anything to go by, it will only get better.