Better Call Saul Season 6 will be split into two parts. To learn more, click here.

Updates on Better Call Saul Season 6: According to a new claim, fans of Better Call Saul have been waiting months for fresh episodes. The show’s most recent season, which follows Saul Goodman, the “criminal” attorney from Breaking Bad, premiered in April 2020.

The series was postponed due to circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, but it is set to return soon with its sixth and final season.

Better Call Saul Season 6

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Better Call Saul was been revived for a second season by AMC in January 2020. The season would contain 13 episodes instead of the usual ten, and it would be split into two half, according to Variety at the time.

In an interview, Rhea Seehorn, who plays Saul’s lover and accomplice Kim Wexler, confirmed the split season. While she preferred to keep the details of the upcoming chapter under wraps, she hinted that it would be a pleasant surprise. “I get to read the scripts whether I’m in the show or not, and I can tell you that this season is wild,” she told Variety. “It’ll blow people’s minds away,” she says. “I’m excited to see it.”

What happened in “Better Call Saul’s” Season 5 finale?

Kim Wexler plotted to assassinate Howard Hamlin in ways that seemed out of character for her in the latest episode of Better Call Saul. Kim’s convictions bothered Saul, but she made her point by firing finger guns at him.

Many fans are worried that she won’t make it through the season, especially since she hasn’t been seen on Breaking Bad. However, as Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman) points out, her absence does not always mean that something bad has happened.

“In fact, there’s a version of life where Kim and Jimmy stay married and live like Mary Matalin and James Carville,” he quipped to The Hollywood Reporter. “Kim would be a scumbag ambulance chaser all over town, working for a white-shoe law company as a superpowered lawyer.” At night, they come home, take off their masks, and treat one another with kindness.”

“I don’t think we’ll go there,” he added, “but those unusual and seemingly contradictory linkages could be extremely accurate in real life.” “It’s a possibility.” It’s easy to believe that Kim or anyone else who hasn’t been seen has died. However, because the stakes are so high on these shows, many people perish. But, like you, I believe that anything can happen.”

There could be ‘a lot’ of bloodshed in the last season.

Odenkirk has indicated that he has no idea how the programme will conclude in general. He doesn’t read the entire screenplay unless it’s absolutely necessary to prevent spoilers as a fan of the show. He does, however, expect a lot more bloodshed in the last season.

He told Collider, “I’m finding out [how the season will go] script by script.” “I’ve heard the wheels come off in Season 6 and everything erupts in a million different directions.” I get the impression there’s a lot of violence, but I can’t say for sure.”

Fans will be able to witness what occurs when Better Call Saul returns.