Better Call Saul is an American drama television series created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. The show’s first season premiered on AMC in 2015, with Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill, a character who eventually becomes the Saul Goodman of Breaking Bad. Season 6 of Better Call Saul will premiere on Netflix this year. Here are some details about what you can expect from the new season!
The post is about Better Call Saul. Season six of the show will premiere on Netflix this summer and it features our favorite lawyer, Jimmy McGill (aka Saul), with a new cast member: Michael Mando who plays Nacho Varga! The season also includes series regulars Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut, Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin, Rhea Seehorn’s Kim Wexler, and Michael McKean in his Emmy-winning role of Chuck McGill.
Jimmy isn’t the only one with an important story arc—Kim struggles to keep things together back at her law office while she has newfound feelings for someone; meanwhile, Chuck’s condition continues to deteriorate due to his mental illness. If that happens, he might not be the only McGill with a long-term and ongoing condition.
A new season of Better Call Saul is on its way, but what’s it about? What can we expect from Season Six? Here’s everything you need to know before diving in!
In his words: “Season Three was always designed to show us Jimmy’s transformation into Saul Goodman,” says co-creator Peter Gould. “At this point, he has made that transition — so now I think we can have as much fun at seeing him being just who he wants to be.” In other words, more bad behavior from our favorite lawyer-Jimmy/Saul (depending on how you look at it). And while there are ethical lines that Saul has never crossed, Season Six hints that he will be pushed in a new direction.
The final moments of the last season show Jimmy/Saul (depending on how you look at it) pondering his fate, and considering whether or not to break back into Kim’s apartment with her spare key – catching some quick relief from feeling so guilty for what transpired between them. The tension is high as we wait to see if he succumbs to temptation…or resists. What happens next? We’ll have to tune in this April 25th!
In Better Call Saul’s fifth season finale, Chuck had just filed an amicus curiae brief against HHM partner Howard Hamlin. When confronted by Howard about how much damage the brief did to HHM, Chuck replied: “I have nothing left.”
In Season six of Better Call Saul, we feel sorry for Chuck more than ever before – it’s clear that he is a changed man after his heart attack and subsequent recovery from medical complications. For all intents and purposes, he has lost everything; not only does Howard refuse to let him come back as an employee at HHM but Kim no longer trusts him enough to represent her in any capacity whatsoever (which was made even clearer when she chose Jimmy McGill). Furthermore, Jimmy refuses to allow Jeremy Bardwell’s law firm to hire Chuck on as well because they “want somebody with two hands.”
Bob Odenkirk will obviously be back as Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman / Gene Takavic, alongside main players Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler, Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut, Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring, Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin, Michael Mando as Nacho Varga, and Tony Dalton as Lalo Salamanca.
Better Call Saul season six is currently filming, which means we’re one step closer to getting those highly coveted final episodes. When it does arrive, it’ll be at the end of the year at the very earliest, but we wouldn’t be surprised if we’re looking at a 2022 premiere.
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