Season 5 of You better call Saul was the best to date, with many breaking Bad fans are starting to predict that this prequel spin-off will ultimately outpace the original in terms of quality. The series struggled to pace and concentrate at first. But now? It’s a brilliant combination of storytelling and fast-paced action that spans the full range of human emotions in each episode.
And now, after waiting 18 months between season 4 and season 5, fans are worried about waiting even longer for the last season to drop. With a global pandemic underway, when can fans expect You better call Saul season 6 finally broadcast?
Vince Gilligan revealed that season 6 of “Better Call Saul” is already
in the works
First, the good news. With so many shows taking breaks,
delay the current seasons, or even finish without broadcasting their final
episodes, You better call Saul adhered to its original broadcast schedule
even following the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The last episode of
season 5 aired on April 20, 2020.
And a little earlier than that, the co-creator of the series, Vince Gilligan, said that he and the writers had already started working on the next season from home.
“We disconnect [on season 6]Said Gilligan in a recent interview with Variety. “We did video teleconferences to have a virtual writers room. To fart [Gould] and all the writers and I all come together using internet technology and I hate that … We much prefer to be in person. “
When will season 6 of “Better Call Saul” air?
Unfortunately, no one – including the creators of the series – has an exact release date in mind for season 6. But fans hope there won’t be as big a break as between seasons 4 and 5.
Currently, IMDb has episodes 1 through 13 tentatively scheduled for 2021. It may be in the second half of the year, especially if production cannot start before the end of 2020 due to the coronavirus. It all depends on how long the studios stay closed and social distance guidelines remain in place.
The last season seems to be worth the wait, no matter how long. Gilligan returns to the production team to help tell the final chapter in Saul Goodman’s incredible story.
“Better Call Saul” will have one more episode than “Breaking
We don’t know much about the sixth season apart from getting confirmation
that he will completely finish the script and probably won’t leave the door
open for more benefits. In addition, it will be a longer episode than Break
Bad was, with 63 episodes compared to breaking Bad’S 62.
“When we started, what we wanted to do was
story. I’m happy to say that we are going to be able to do it, “
Peter Gould said: according to
“It’s going to be 13 episodes, and I was so proud to be a
part of breaking Bad because I felt that Vince [Gilligan] and the rest
of us managed to stick the landing on these 62 episodes. And we will try
like hell sticking the landing on these 63 episodes. “
It goes without saying that we will count the days
to see how Saul Goodman’s story ends. The year 2021 cannot come soon enough.