James Morgan McGill had a long journey in these five seasons of Better Call Saul, and now AMC had renewed the series for the sixth and final season, and Slippin’ Jimmy McGill is close to finally become the Saul Goodman we first met in Breaking Bad.
Keep reading the article to find out everything about season six.
When will the sixth season of Better Call Saul release?
The shooting of the sixth season of Better Call Saul started in February 2020, but just like other movies and shows, the production got delayed due to Covid 19.
But luckily, it’s back in production, and the creator, Peter Gould, confirmed that the shoot was started again.
— Peter Gould (@petergould) March 10, 2021
The plot of Better Call Saul season 6
Actor Bob Odenkirk aka our Saul Goodmen, speaking to Deadline, described season five as “the best season we’ve ever done.”
The sixth season will have 13 episodes rather than the usual 10. The complete Better Call Saul series will have 63 episodes which one more than Breaking Bad.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly regarding the plot of the show, Peter Gould encouraged fans to ask questions “Anyone who watches the show cautiously and is contemplating where this is all going, one of the inquiries you need to ask yourself is: ‘What does this man deserve?’
“don’t ask What will happen to him?’ instead ask, ‘What might be a deserving end to this?’
“Does Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman/Gene Takovic really deserve death? Does he deserve love? What might be the most fitting end for this guy – for the show?”
“Clearly, the end for everyone is dying, yet that may not be the place where we leave this person. Is there any opportunity for him to win any recovery after all that he’s finished?” he added.
At that point, there’s “the other important question,” as he put it: “Where is Kim Wexler when Saul Goodman is Saul Goodman managing Walt and Jesse?”
Gould additionally advised fans to “watch out for the bottle stopper ” that Kim snatched from her desk cabinet in the wake of leaving her office for the last time.