Vince Gilligan has cracked an epic finale for Better Call Saul with season 6. Here are the details.
Better Call Saul has been greenlit for season 6 and fans are eager to know what Vince Gilligan’s vision for the epic finale would be like. Read on to know more.
- Season 5 finale explained
- Season 6 will be an epic series finale
- Walter white and Jesse Pinkman will be on screen again
- 2021 will be a bitter-sweet year for Better Call Saul fans.
Kim Wexler did herself good and fans are happy.
While making Breaking Bad was a high-wire act of maintaining perfection, Vince Gilligan stepped onto an even thinner wire when he decided to spin-off the beloved series into Better Call Saul. The series which recently aired its season 5 finale, ended with yet another tragic cliffhanger. The final episode was an amalgamation of empowerment, honesty and better clarity of where one stands.
In the finale, as indicated by Howard, Jimmy is beginning to show signs of how he has negatively impacted Kim’s life. The duo’s relationship begins to fall apart as Jimmy tries to tell Kim this “isn’t her” after she brainstorms a con to ruin Howard’s life in order to get the Sandpiper case to settle—and to receive a cash windfall herself—and that she wouldn’t do this in broad daylight, Kim replies, “Wouldn’t I?”
Kim has always liked being the captain of her own ship, and fans were very happy to see how Kim came out with her truth and the way the season ended. “#BetterCallSaul season 5 was amazing and the ending…. Goddamn. I didn’t expect this show to be on the same level as Breaking Bad, but it’s just so good..” tweeted @Gattsu_88.
The epic finale everyone is waiting for!
In an interview with Rolling Stone, co-creator and showrunner Peter Gould says “what happens to Kim?” will be a central question heading into Season 6:
“In a lot of ways, Kim is the soul in question here,” says Gould.
“We know, for better or worse, who Saul Goodman seemed to be on Breaking Bad. But what happens to Kim Wexler? Where is she headed? There’s a lot of possibilities, and a lot of not-so-great possibilities.”
Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will be seen on screen one last time
There are speculations that Breaking Bad lead stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will make a comeback in the sixth season of Better Call Saul. During a live stream on his personal Instagram Paul discussed a number of topics including the potential for further adventures within the Breaking Bad universe.
He was later Joined by Cranston and the duo circled around to the specific idea of officially crossing streams with the prequel before it officially wraps. “We always get asked about Better Call Saul and whether Jesse or Walt are gonna show up on that show. I don’t know how many times we’ve gotta tell Vince that we’re ready to do it,” Cranston said. “I just don’t think he loves us anymore.”
At the show’s Television Critics’ Association winter panel tour, Gould confirmed that some other characters from the series will be back on screen. Dean Norris will be reprising the role of Hank Schrader, and Steven Michael Quezada who will once again be playing Norris’ DEA partner Steven Gomez.
When will Better Call Saul be released?
From day one of ‘Better Call Saul,’ my dream was to tell the complete story of our complicated and compromised hero, Jimmy McGill – now AMC and Sony are making that dream come true,” said Gould at the TCAW panel tour. “We couldn’t be more grateful to the fans and critics who are making this journey possible. Next month we start work on the sixth and final season — we’re going to do our damnedest to stick the landing.”
Fans would without a doubt be so thrilled to witness the great actors coming back together to end the greatest American drama series around the world, in full circle. But due to the deadly pandemic, all productions have been temporarily stalled till it is safe enough to resume work.
The new series will be released in 2021. Unlike other seasons, this sixth installment will have three extra episodes to end the 2015 debuted prequel.
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