What will Better Call Saul season 6 be about, and when will it air on AMC? Read on to find out all we know about Saul Goodman’s forthcoming season.
Better Call Saul is not only one of AMC’s finest series, but one of the best television shows of all time! To begin with, the show is a precursor to AMC’s Breaking Bad. Not only do prequels like these rarely succeed, but Breaking Bad is a difficult act to follow!
Better Call Saul, which has been on the air for six seasons, has pleasantly surprised us. Despite all of the prior seasons, we have never been bored with the show or thought it lacked action or drama. We adore everything about it.
Season 6 of Better Call Saul is supposed to set the stage for the upcoming season of Breaking Bad, which fans have been anticipating for quite some time. Here’s all we know about the next season thus far.
Better Call Saul Season 6 – Release Date
Production began in February 2020, but owing to the epidemic, it was halted. Season 6 will not air on AMC until early to mid-2022, despite the fact that it restarted earlier this year. Don’t worry, with production underway, we’re sure to get plenty more teases for what’s to come.
Better Call Saul Season 6 – Cast Members
Jimmy alias Saul Goodman, Kim, and Mike will be played by Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, and Jonathan Banks, respectively. Gus will be played by Giancarlo Esposito, Howard will be played by Patrick, and Nacho Varga will be played by Michael Mando, a fan favourite. We’ll keep you updated on the rest of the cast! I wouldn’t count out Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul making a brief appearance!
Better Call Saul Season 6 – Plotline
Because this is the last season, it will have 13 episodes. According to Digital Spy, the series will be mainly focused on what Jimmy McGill “deserves.” And believe me when I say that he does not deserve Kim. We’re all concerned about why she isn’t referenced in Breaking Bad at all.
Season 6 will provide the solution to this issue as well as Nacho’s destiny. Finally, a trailer isn’t expected until mid-to-late 2021. We may see a teaser shortly, followed by a full trailer by the end of the year; we’ll keep you updated!
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