It will basically be two years since the Season 5 finale when Better Call Saul Season 6 begins next month on April 18th on AMC, but it will probably be well worth the wait. One of the best shows on TV and easily the equal of it’s predecessor, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul’s upcoming season will be its final one, with one batch of episodes starting in April and the final batch in July later this year. As things click into their final positions from where we found most of the major players when we first met them in Breaking Bad, Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) has fully embraced his Saul Goodman alter ego and opens shop to take on all manner of questionable clients while Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) continues to build out his drug-producing super lab with Mike (Jonathan Banks) as his main fixer and Nacho (Michael Mando) tries to survive the wrath of Lalo (Tony Dalton), who he betrayed in Season 5. The biggest question for the final season is the fate of Kim Wexler, played by the incredible Rhea Seehorn, who never appeared in Breaking Bad, making all of us worried about a potentially heartbreaking and horrible fate. Check out the trailer for the final season below.
I’m like the J. Jonah Jameson of Everything Action, writing and editing and constantly demanding pictures of Spider-Man.