The show “Better Call Saul” develops the closer its narrative ties into that of its big brother series, “Breaking Bad”. The reception has been better among fans. Vince Gilligan’s prequel spin-off is quite an admirable series, loved by all. The show will take its final spin next year to the sadness as the story catches up to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman’s misfortunes.
With an intense end to season 5, viewers are waiting for season 6 with higher expectation. We are here to keep you guys updated on the latest news.
Season 6 is a kind of link between “Better Call Saul” and “Breaking Bad.” It is the missing piece to the puzzle and will help give us a clear idea about where every character will end up in the end.
Lala Salamanca and Nacho are nowhere in Breaking Bad, and Kim Wexler falls into the same boat. Season 6 seems good a time for the fate of these characters to be explored. So, we know what exactly happens to them. Fans can also expect Saul to take up residence in his BB office and the Salamanca’s war is likely to fire up again.
SEASON 6: CAST IN COMEBACK
Bob Odenkirk will be back as Jimmy “Saul Goodman” McGill and Jonathan Banks as criminal handyman Mike Ehrmantraut. Breaking Bad super villain, Gus Fring plays by Giancarlo Esposito while Rhea Seehorn plays the ambitious lawyer Kim. Moreover, we can also expect the return of Mark Margolis (Hector Salamanca), Patrick Fabian (Howard Hamlin), and Michael Mando (Nacho Varga).
Season 6 seems to be an action-packed and full of crazy storylines. So get ready for this final season 6 of “Better Call Saul”. And for all those fans and viewers that haven’t watched, it’s the sequel ” Breaking Bad” as yet, don’t be too disheartened.
SEASON 6: RELEASE DATE
The film industry takes a huge hit as they have not been able to continue shooting due to the COVID-19. Better Call Saul Season 6 will be airing around April 2021. It might get delayed to 2021 because of Coronavirus pandemic.
There is no release of a teaser or a trailer yet. However, it is expected as the trailer of season 5 is also released few weeks prior to its premiere.
Season 6 spells the end of the series” Better Call Saul” much to the disappointment of the fans. But the series manages to frame itself into its sequel series” Breaking Bad”.