“Better Call Saul” is a spin-off of “Breaking Bad”. (AMC)
Bob Odenkirk says goodbye to the character after two incredible series and the definitive consecration. (AMC)
The series starring Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul, presented the trailer for the sixth and final season. The spin-off of breaking bad says goodbye after a great success and consecration for the actor who plays Saul Goodman. The new chapters can be seen from April 19 on Netflix.
Produced by AMC, the series can be seen by Netflix in Latin America and tells the story of Jimmy McGill before becoming the successful (and somewhat bumpy) lawyer Saul Goodmankey character of breaking bad. The final season will be divided into two parts, the first in April and the second in July.
The trailer for the sixth season finally reached social networks and in it you can see Jimmy McGill trying to escape from Lalo Salamanca and the cartel, and save the lives of those close to them. her partner, kim wexler, interpreted by Rhea Seehornmust overcome the biggest crisis so far in the series to be cornered by Jimmy’s problems, in addition to their own professional conflicts.
“From my point of view, this is our most ambitious, surprising and, yes, heartbreaking season. Even in incredibly challenging circumstances, the entire team at Saul (writers, cast, producers, directors, and crew) has outdone itself. I couldn’t be more excited to share what we’ve accomplished together,” said series executive producer, Peter Gould.
Among the events that are most expected to be seen in the last season is the future of kim wexlera key character in Better Call Saul that does not appear in breaking bad and viewers hope to find out the truth about it. Also the outcome of the story between Gustavo Fring and lalowhat Jimmy does or will do in the future (the black and white images that appear in fragments at the beginning of some chapters), but above all, whether or not the characters from Breaking Bad.
About the latter, Odenkirk commented in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter the following: “Peter Gould has told me that when we finish Better Call Saul we will all see breaking bad In a different way. I do not know what it means. I don’t have anything specific beyond that other than he knows everything that’s going on throughout this season and I don’t, but I think there’s more great stuff ahead that they’ll talk about or build on what happened in breaking bad in a surprising way.”
Bob Odenkirk (Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman), Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut), Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler), patrick fabian (HowardHamlin), Michael Mando (Nacho Vargas), Tony Dalton (Lalo Salamanca), Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) and Daniel and Luis Moncada (Leonel and Marco Salamanca) return for the farewell to the series and many of them, to lend continuity to their characters on the way to breaking bad.
The premiere of the sixth and final season of Better Call Saul will be on April 19, 2022 in Netflix with two episodes, and then one chapter per week until the end of the first part. The second and final part of the series will begin broadcasting on July 11, with one chapter being broadcast each week.