The last season of the huge “Better Call Saul”, a spin-off of the masterpiece series “Breaking Bad”, is revealed in a trailer that is both moving and thrilling. Images that promise the conclusion of the first adventures of Saul Goodman, with danger, settling of scores, and action.
Better Call Saul: the masterful introduction of Breaking Bad
All the spectators loved discovering Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad, a sleazy but brilliant Albuquerque lawyer, and legal resource for just about every criminal in the area. In April 2013, a few months before the end of breaking Bandits creator Vince Gilligan and screenwriter Peter Gould then the great idea to announce a spin-off and prequel series of breaking Badcentered on Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman, Better Call Saul.
Bob Odenkirk obviously reprises his role, as do Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmentraut) and Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring). New characters make their appearances, such as Jimmy McGill’s partner and associate Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) and her brother Chuck McGill (Michael McKean).
It only takes two seasons for the new series, which began broadcasting in 2015, to establish itself as another very great creation of the 2010s. Seven years later, the sixth season will thus bring a conclusion to the extraordinary pre-breaking Bad by Saul Goodman and is revealed in a very attractive trailer (at the top of the article).
The Salamanca Cartel vs. Saul Goodman
Several images follow, all unpublished, of what awaits Saul and Kim in this final season of Better Call Saul. And the Salamanca seems to take an important part in it since we find the Machiavellian Lalo, as well as the terrible cousins of the cartel. We understand that Jimmy / Saul will have to lead several large font files.
There’s Gus Fring, the Salamanca cartel, but also a conflict with Howard Hamlin, his brother’s former associate. Will we see Walter White aka Heisenberg to appear there? The trailer doesn’t say anything about it, but it’s likely.
We hear Mike say at the end of this trailer: “Whatever happens next, it’s not going to turn out the way you imagine.” An address both to the main character of the series and to his audience. Another nice reference is the use of the piece Days of wine and processing from the film of the same name, which recounts the descent into the hell of a couple…
Season 6 of Better Call Saul comes on April 18 on AMC, and normally 24 hours later on Netflix. Its episodes will air in two parts, with the second starting June 11.