Who doesn’t enjoy “Better Call Saul”? Literally, the best show, featuring incredible crime drama, humor, tragedy, suspense, and so much more. The series was premiered in 2015 and has now aired five seasons; nonetheless, fans are already anticipating Season 6, for which we have an update. Well, before we begin, let’s quickly summarize the series for those who are interested in watching it. Ex-con artist Jimmy McGill converts into a small-time lawyer and undergoes a series of experiments and tragic events as he evolves into his alter ego, Saul Goodman, an ethically challenged criminal lawyer. The series has also received numerous awards, all of which it deserved.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Expected Release Date
It’s excellent news for fans that Better Call Saul will return for a sixth season, but it will most likely be the series’ final season. And, as always, it’ll be spectacular. Before we get to the anticipated update, we’d want to remind you that Season 6 was supposed to be in production by 2020, but owing to the pandemic, things changed and it was postponed. Well, production has already begun, which is fantastic news. AMC confirmed in February 2021 that the sixth season would most likely launch in the first half of 2022. So, let’s wait and see what the last season will bring. Here’s Peter Gould’s tweet from March 10, 2021, on the production of the last and final season of the amazing series. This tweet gives us an expectation that the show will be released mostly in 2022.
Yes! And awaaaaaaaay we go! BCS S6 D1! #BetterCallSaul pic.twitter.com/PxDHAynFma
— Peter Gould (@petergould) March 10, 2021
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episodes Updates
Gould prefers that all 13 episodes of the sixth season be presented weekly and that the season not be divided in any way; nonetheless, AMC’s definitive decision is final. This will be the season with the most episodes, with the preceding seasons each having 10. And that’s going to be great for the viewers’, and also upsetting because it’s ending.
Cast Of Better Call Saul Season 6
The primary casts from previous seasons will be present for the finale; nevertheless, the following information contains spoilers for viewers who have not yet seen the prior seasons. So, here’s the cast list of Season 6 :
- Bob Odenkirk (Jimmy McGill) – As Saul Goodman, is a lawyer and attorney who practices criminal defense law. For the last season, he will undoubtedly be a member of the cast.
- Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler) – A lawyer and Jimmy’s spouse and companion.
- Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut) – A Madrigal corporate security consultant, handyman for Gus Fring’s lawbreaker aspirations.
- Patrick Fabian (Howard Hamlin) – The primary managing partner of Hamlin.
- Michael Mando (Nacho Varga) – A sergeant in the Juárez Cartel, supervising everyday activities in Albuquerque.
- Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) – The Albuquerque drugs supplier under Don Eladio’s Juárez Cartel; employing his grilled chicken sequence.
- Tony Dalton (Lalo Salamanca) – The current director of the Salamanca family of Juárez Cartel enforces.
In the approaching final season, there is a good probability that more characters may appear.
Expected Plot Of Better Call Saul Season 6
If you watched the previous season, Season 5, you may have noticed Kim channeling her internal anti-heroine as she devised risky methods to assassinate her former boss Howard Hamlin, which alarmed Jimmy.
Also, “There’s some version of life where Kim and Jimmy stay married and live a Mary Matalin and James Carville-type situation,” Bob Odenkirk informed The Hollywood Reporter. “It’s probably easy to think that Kim dies, or that anyone who’s not visible passes away. But there’s still a lot of people who die on these shows.” Nacho Varga was implicated in the attempted homicide, although it’s unclear what this implies for him in Season 6.
Fans should “keep an eye on the bottle stopper that Kim took from her desk drawer” before departing her workplace for the last period, according to Gould.
Jimmy managed it across the desert with drug lord Lalo Salamanca’s bail payment, while Lalo sheltered in a concealed tunnel from his would-be assassins. To Yahoo, Odenkirk reaffirmed his expectations. “They will be pursuing that story to its end. So we’ll see what happens. I’m not sure what it is. I want him to have a happy ending, but don’t put your money on that.”
The episode ended on a cliffhanger, and we anticipate that the sixth season will expose all of the mysteries and eliminate all of the suspense. Well, that was it, if you want you could binge-watch the previous seasons of “Better Call Saul“.