We’ve all been waiting to find out when and how the Better Call Saul timeline will intersect with the Breaking Bad timeline. Ever since AMC revealed a spinoff series centered on Saul Goodman, the grifter-of-a-lawyer from Breaking Bad (Bob Odenkirk). This happened two and a half weeks before the final episode aired in September 2013. The producers of Better Call Saul recently hinted that the Breaking Bad Cast could make an appearance in the final season of the show.
However, according to Better Call Saul co-creator Peter Gould, America’s beloved meth lab personnel, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), will finally be reprising their Breaking Bad roles this season.
So are Heisenberg and Pinkman back again? Let’s explore more.
Pinkman Heisenberg back in Final Season of Better Call Saul?
Now that Breaking Bad actors have joined the list, there are even more reasons to be thrilled about Better Call Saul’s final season. With a double episode debut on Monday, Better Call Saul’s last season moves Saul Goodman closer to the events of the show that gave birth to him, Breaking Bad.
Additionally, season 6 will have two extra-special visitors: Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, played by Emmy Award winners Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.
Vince Gilligan, the show’s co-creator, first alluded to the information on April 8 during the season 6 launch event. The following day, according to THR, co-creator Peter Gould said at PaleyFest that Cranston and Paul would return to their respective roles.
“I think it would be strange if Walt and Jesse didn’t show up. So I’m happy with how we handled and did,” Paul told THR.
The final season of Better Call Saul aired on April 18. It is in the mid-season break after its thrilling seven episodes. However, how they accomplished it is still unknown, as the final season’s first half showed no signs of the Breaking Bad stars.
Thirteen episodes will make up Better Call Saul season 6 in total, according to AMC. The first seven episodes of Part 1 were in Part 2, which will bring the remaining six to a close.
For viewers to expect it to lead to Breaking Bad. It is planned that the eighth episode will debut on Monday, July 11, and the other episodes will be broadcast weekly.
A summary of the famous series Better Call Saul
The Breaking Bad character Saul Goodman begins Better Call Saul as Jimmy McGill, a shady attorney with a kind heart. He adopts the name Saul Goodman to escape the oppressive shadow of his late brother. His brother happens to be a renowned attorney Charles McGill (Michael McKean). Through his legal adventure, he dates Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn), possibly the most engaging character in the show. Saul eventually marries Kim as the show progresses.
The Mexican cartel forces Saul to carry out their orders. The reason being his dishonest path to becoming a lawyer. Saul carries out a number of deeds whether smuggling bail money out of the desert or manipulating the court to release evildoers.
Every bit of a prequel to Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul provided complex backstories for some of the show’s most adored (and despised) characters.
Hector Salamanca the Mexican drug kingpin’s reason behind using a wheelchair and communicating via a bell is also revealed. In addition, The show also reveals the origin of Saul Goodman’s name. Further, the background of his criminal clientele and his recognizable Bluetooth headset from the early 2000s are revealed.
The show also shed light on the stories of Mike Ehrmantraut. Similarly, characters like Gus Fring and Huell Babineaux also got their fair share of screen time.
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