Better Call Saul, the legal crime action drama that premiered on the AMC broadcast network in 2015, after being absent from fans’ screens since April 2020 when the fourth installment wrapped up, is set to return on April 18 with the sixth and final season which promises to be explosive.
The series that has followed the common criminal known as Jimmy McGill and his transformation into criminal lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk, will bring closure to the story of Better Call Saul while connecting with the first events of the crime drama Breaking Bad. which starred Bryan Cranston as Walter White and Aaron Paul as his partner in crime Jesse Pinkman.
Recall that Better Call Saul is the prequel to Breaking Bad, and it was in the second season of the original AMC drama that fans first saw Saul Goodman, who became Walter White’s legal advisor. At that time, Odenkirk’s character had already been working with the cartels and had a long history in the criminal world, as has been shown in the spin-off that is about to conclude.
And since the end of Better Call Saul will be connected to the events of Breaking Bad, fans have long begun to speculate about the return of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul with the next episodes of the series. While there’s no confirmation that Walter and Jesse will be back, series creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have made it clear that it would be a shame if they didn’t show up.
Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul appeared alongside the cast of Better Call Saul during the season 6 world premiere
The truth is that fans of Better Call Saul will have to wait for the debut of season 6 on their screens to confirm if the two iconic Breaking Bad characters will really be back. However, there is something that could indicate that the theory of the viewers and the insinuations of the creators of the series could be true.
It turns out that Aaron Paul took Bob Odenkirk by surprise, following the screening of the world premiere of the final season of Better Call Saul, which took place on the red carpet on the night of April 7 in Los Angeles. , and joined by Rhea Seehorn, Kerry Condon, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Michael Mando, Julie Ann Emery, Patrick Fabian, Giancarlo Esposito, Eileen Fogarty, Jonathan Banks, Tony Dalton, Ed Begley, Jr., Luis Moncada, Daniel Moncada, Ron Perlman, Kate Flannery, and series creators and showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, who were at the event.
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