Breaking Bad’s prequel spin-off series Better Call Saul Season 6 will not be the last; will be a Season 7.
Ever since Better Call Saul premiered on AMC, fans have been calling for cameos from Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
However, that hasn’t occurred in the series’ run of five seasons so far. And perhaps, comparing the storyline of Better Call Saul in regards to the Breaking Bad timeline; a crossover of the series is probably not going to take place in Season 6 either. Therefore, the show could be hinting at Better Call Saul Season 7.
- The stars may finally align in Season 7
- Aaron Paul says Jesse Pinkman in Better Call Saul very ‘satisfying’
- The cameo faces a major roadblock that is to do with continuity
The stars may finally align in Season 7
As Better Call Saul edges closer to season six, the burning desire to witness Walter White and Jesse Pinkman enter the show isn’t showing any signs. Meanwhile, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are both up for reprising their iconic roles in Breaking Bad prequel spin-off series Better Call Saul.
Furthermore, the creator of both the series Vince Gilligan has said he’s ‘desperately’ trying to get the two characters (Jesse and Walt) on the prequel show. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly Vince said, “I desperately want to see both of them on Better Call Saul. Peter [Gould] wants it, the writers do, the actors do.”
He added, “I think we’ve waited long enough. We well better have a damn good reason for them to show up. I just hope we figure it out because I’ve got to hear, ‘Yeah, bitch! One more time’.”
Aaron Paul says Jesse Pinkman in Better Call Saul very ‘satisfying’
Weighing in on the subject of his character’s introduction in the Better Call Saul, Aaron Paul (aka Jesse Pinkman) has said, “If Vince decided to put Jesse in Better Call Saul, it’s going to be for a reason, and that reason’s going to be very satisfying for me.
Paul added, “I trust in Vince. I don’t think he would just do that to satisfy the fans. It would have a purpose, and whether or not he decides to find that purpose or searches for the purpose, I don’t know. But if he does find that purpose, I’m happy to jump on board.”
The cameo faces a major roadblock that is to do with continuity
Before the cameos are to happen there is one massive hurdle that the show faces and it is to do with the continuity. In Breaking Bad, the first time either Walter White or Jesse meet Saul is when Badger is arrested for smuggling narcotics.
Therefore, Saul Goodman never does have a formal conversation with either Walt or Pinkman in the sequence. Thus, it is up to Vince Gilligan now how he decides to pitch the two characters against Saul Goodmen in the future.
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