Better Call Saul Season 6 Review: Season 6 of the American criminal drama Better Call Saul has been renewed for a sixth season. Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould created Better Call Saul, which is a prequel to the hit programme ‘Breaking Bad.’ Early on, the show created five seasons, each with ten episodes, and they all managed to win over fans’ hearts. Fans are ecstatic awaiting Season 6 of Better Call Saul, and it will undoubtedly be worth the wait.
Is Better Call Saul Renewed For Season 6?
On January 16, 2020, an AMC official revealed that Better Call Saul will be renewed for a sixth season. The show’s creator Peter Gould and AMC reps have announced that season six will be the final season.
The sixth season of Better Call Saul will include 13 episodes, as opposed to the previous seasons’ 10 episodes. Season 6 will be a masterpiece to watch, and the addition of 13 episodes in the finale puts it one episode ahead of the precursor drama “Breaking Bad.”
The Cast Of Better Call Saul Season 6
The majority of the cast remains the same.
As Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman, Bob Odenkirk portrays a lawyer and attorney who practises criminal defence law as Saul Goodman and Kim Wexler’s spouse. Mike Ehrmantraut, a Madrigal corporate security expert and a fixer for Gus Fring’s criminal aspirations, is played by Jonathan Banks. Kim Wexler, a lawyer and Jimmy’s wife and confidante, is played by Rhea Seehorn. Howard Hamlin is the single managing partner of Hamlin, and Patrick Fabian is the sole managing partner of Hamlin.
Nacho Varga, played by Michael Mando, is a Juárez Cartel officer in charge of directing daily activities in Albuquerque. Lalo Salamanca, the acting leader of the Salamanca family of Juarez Cartel enforcers, is played by Tony Dalton. Gus Fring, an Albuquerque drugs dealer who works with Don Eladio’s Juárez Cartel while using his chicken business, Los Pollos Hermanos, as a legitimate front, is played by Giancarlo Esposito.
With the sixth season being the show’s final season, fans are excited to watch how Saul’s journey concludes. Because the AMC series has yet to release a trailer, it’s tough to predict what will happen.