Better Call Saul Season 5: Filming Completed, Nacho’s Last Season Pressumably

Better Call Saul Season 5
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Breaking Bad’s hit spin-off series, Better Call Saul is up for its next run. Better Call Saul Season 5 is the upcoming installment of the franchise. The forthcoming season will witness the transformation of Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman, and that is what the fans are waiting for.

Even dealing through a downfall in ratings in last few seasons, the series received renewal for the fifth season, in no time. Although fans already knew that the show would continue for another term, looking through last season’s dangling end. However, they are still confused about what will happen in Better Call Saul Season 5? When will the fifth season release?

Better Call Saul Season 5: Production Wrapped

The filming work for the fifth season of Better Call Saul has packed up. The lead of the show, Bob Odenkirk, shared the news on Twitter. The post features a selfie of him with a fellow cast member, including Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Giancarlo Esposito, Michael Mando, and Tony Dalton.


Michael Mando’s Wrap Up Post Worried Fans

As the production work for the fifth season of the show completed, the stars of the show shared the news on social media to their fans. Our Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Varga star Michael Mando also used Instagram to share the news. However, his post was so emotional and heartfelt, that fans thought as they won’t see him on screen as Nacho again. The actor also shared that it was the most challenging year for him on and off-screen.

Also, Mando’s and Kim Wexler’s characters were not in Breaking Bad. There was just a mention of Ignacio’s in Season 2, Episode 8, which was titled “Better Call Saul.”

Kuby Won’t Return For Better Call Saul Season 5

Kuby, played by Bill Burr, the Breaking Bad character won’t return in Season 5. The star himself confirmed that he would not feature either in Batter Call Saul or El Camino. This news came out while he appeared in The Rich Eisen Show. He also explained the reason why he has to escape at this crucial point. As Bill stated, he was supposed to be on the show, but unfortunately, he had somebody who was dying. And he knew that if he did it, he would miss it. He even felt terrible because Vince Gilligan is the reason why he has an acting career.

Better Call Saul Season 5: Release Date

Season 5 of Saul Goodman’s classic drama hasn’t received a premiere date yet. Though, Better Call Saul Season 5 is slated for 2020. However, the cast and crew completed their production work. Therefore, the audience can hear about the release date schedule or the teaser trailer for Season 5 any time soon. Meanwhile, the El Camino, Jesse Pinkman movie, will premiere on Friday, October 11, on Netflix.

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