“Better Call Saul” is a prequel to Breaking Bad, a spinoff series created by Vince Gilligan. On the AMC show, Mr. Walter White taught chemistry and for years before selling meth, Saul was talking sweet things of his kind through Elbecker.
Before this season, the show’s dedicated fanbase worried that Better Call Saul was ending. As it turns out, his suspicions were correct.
Better Call Saul member indicated that the show is ending after season 6. A few months ago, the show’s drug kingpin Gustavo Fringe, the actor playing Giancarlo Esposito, confirmed a painful truth.
Fans had already suspected that Better Call Saul would be shut down soon. Acceptance after seeing a similar trajectory in Breaking Bad.
The Hollywood Reporter stated that Better Call Souls’ “original show” “ran for five seasons.” But, the final season “broke into two and was a year apart.” In total, the series had a total of sixty-two episodes.
There will be six seasons, Esposito explained the reporter in season 2019. It seems like that – a convenient way to complete this appearance.”
But at the time, the Hollywood Reporter received conflicting information about Esposito. His causes showed in the future, no endgame was introduced for better Call Saul.
However, witness Peter Gould wore the coffin for Better Call Saul at the Winter Television Critics Association press tour in 2020. Gould also confirmed a similar episode of Breaking Bad.
From the beginning when we started it, I think all our hopes and dreams were able to tell the whole story… and it should be able to make the whole story from beginning to end. The landing of these 63 episodes is going to be like hell.
Season 5 of “Better Call Saul” will air on February 23, 2020. While the previous season of “Better Call Saul” reintroduces significant breaking bad characters, season 5 is even more so for fans.
DEA agent Hank Schrader is returning in season 5, starring actor Dean Norris. On the TCA Winter Tour, Gigillon pointed out two episodes from the upcoming season that are particularly close to the team’s heart.
Gilligan reported that “because we have some of our displaced families returning: episodes three and four as Dean Norris and Steven Michael Quezada as Hank Skater.”