Better Call Saul is the criminal and legal drama that premiered on the AMC broadcast network in 2015, narrating the life of Jimmy McGill and his transformation process into criminal lawyer Saul Goodman, the character played by Bob Odenkirk who fans met with the second installment of the successful series Breaking Bad, which culminated in 2013.
The series appeared again after two years absent from the screens. The last time fans saw Better Call Saul, it was with the explosive conclusion to season 5 which aired in April 2020, leaving fans out of their seats after seeing what happened to kingpin Lalo Salamanca. .
Now, with the first two episodes of Better Call Saul’s sixth and final season arriving on AMC and streaming platform Netflix this week, fans have started to feel disappointed, even though the crime drama had a good run. acceptance for specialized criticism.
Let us remember that the previous seasons of Better Call Saul, with the beginning of each episode narrated fragments of the story of Gene Takovic, a character who represents the other side of Saul Goodman during the final events of Breaking Bad, while he fled to Omaha becoming a Cinnabon manager to hide from his enemies.
This has been the permanent connection to the Breaking Bad final moments timeline that Better Call Saul has always brought to screens for five seasons. But, with the arrival of the first two episodes of the sixth season of the AMC series, this part of the story through flash-forwards was eliminated.
While many fans received the Better Call Saul season 6 premiere well, some are feeling disappointed by the omission of the narrative regarding the particular plotline about Gene Takovic, or that led viewers of the crime drama to complain on social networks.
“No Gene Takovic scene? I’m a little disappointed.”
“Without Gene now, it means three consecutive episodes of Gene later. That’s the rule.”
However, there are those who claim that the absence of Gene Takovic during the two premiere episodes of season 6 of Better Call Saul, means that later in season 6 of the AMC series, fans will get the full story copper the manager of Cinnabon, with the purpose of revealing what his destiny will be. The writers may have a plan for the flash-forwards, but since this is the final season, they clearly don’t want to get to it right away.
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