All dear Saul Fans there is a piece of good news waiting for you. Guess what? Season 5 of Better Call Saul is due in February, and even before we could all have felt any emotions about it, Better Call Saul season 6 is announced. Great news! isn’t it?
A spin-off prequel of Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul is created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. The show follows the story of Jimmy McGill who is a con-man turned small-time lawyer. The show takes its viewers six years before the events of Breaking Bad. Better Call Saul witnesses the transformation of Jimmy McGill to Saul Goodman.
The show first premiered in 2015, and now, four years later, Better Call Saul season 5 is all set to reach you along with the announcement of Better Call Saul Season 6. Here is everything to know about the upcoming two seasons of the show.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Is Totally Happening
Ahead of the release of Better Call Saul season 5, AMC has ordered for Breaking Bad Season 6. This will be the final season of the Better Call Saul series and will have 13 episodes. If the rumors are to be taken into account, filming of this last installment should start next month.
On being asked about Better Call Saul season 6, Gould revealed that they did not have an idea how the series would end until they started writing season 5. He told everyone that as they wrote season 5, the idea started becoming clear. They did not expect the kind of ending the series will have when they started, Gould added.
Sarah Barnett, AMC Network’s president also shared her excitement about the show. She told everyone that Greenlighting a prequel has been the boldest decision that AMC had ever taken. Thanking the creative minds behind Better Call Saul (Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould) for making the series so rewarding She praised the storytelling, performances and the extraordinary talent of Better Call Saul. In addition to that, She also congratulated the producers, writers and the cast for their support and work and taking the series to a conclusion so gracefully.
Better Call Saul Season 5 & 6 Plot Details
Better Call Saul season 6 has just been renewed a few hours ago. So, clearly, we have no idea about what could happen in the final installment of the series. However, Better Call Saul is due this February so here’s what could happen in the upcoming season of the show-
Better Call Saul Season 5 will be all about Jimmy a.k.a Saul. Previous seasons of the show have more or less always teased of the transformation. The finale of Season 4 quite witnessed Jimmy choosing Saul Goodman as his professional identity as he got his license back. The upcoming season might be about Jimmy finally turning into the Criminal lawyer Saul Goodman who Walter White met in Breaking bad.
Along with this, Better Call Saul will also be about Jimmy and Kim’s relationship. By the end of season 4, Kim was pretty shocked about Jimmy’s callous post-hearing remarks and how he embraced Saul Goodman. So, season 5 might pay some attention to this aspect. In addition to that, Lalo is all set to create some shakeups in the already fragile business relationship between Salamancas and Gus Fring. We might also get to see Mike and Nacho getting caught in the crossfire in the episodes to come.
Better Call Saul Season 5: Cast Details
Just like all the previous seasons. Better Call Saul season 5 will too be led by Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman. Tony Dalton might get a lot of screen space this season as he entered late in season 4 and most of his story is still incomplete. Better Call Saul might also focus on Saul and Kim’s relationship so, without a doubt, Rhea Seehorn is coming back as Kim Wexler. Along with them, Michael Mando will be coming back as Nacho. Jonathan Banks will reprise his role as Mike. Giancarlo Esposito might come back on screen as Gus Frings in Better Call Saul season 5.
Better Call Saul Season 5 Release Date & Trailer
Better call saul is just around the corner and will premiere on 23rd February 2020. The first two episodes of the season will air consecutively so, the second episode will be available on 24 February 2020. After this, all the episodes of the installment will air weekly. Viewers from the United States can watch the show on AMC but the viewers from outside of the US might have to wait a bit. The show will be available on the online streaming platform Netflix a few days after it’s airing in the US.
About the trailer, yes, of course, we have a trailer. You can check it here.