With less than a week to go until Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's Bob Odenkirk & Rhea Seehorn-starring final season of Better Call Saul hits our screens, the series has already been making news by confirming that Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul would be returning to their roles as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman before the series wraps. And even today, AMC is offering viewers a chance to clean up their Season 5 scorecards in a quick & concise way (more on that in a minute). But before we get to any of that, we would be remiss if we kept burying the lead because we actually have video of Seehorn and Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) reading from Season 6 scripts and offering spoilers. Seriously… no joke! I know I was surprised when… wait, what's that? You're wondering what the catch is? Well, since you asked…
While it's true that both Seehorn and Esposito do read from scripts from the upcoming season, let's just say that we hope you've taken a Rosetta Stone course in BEEP!-to-English because… well… you're gonna need it:
And now for a chance to catch up on the spinoff prequel series, grab 15 minutes to "Get Ready" as the fine folks at AMC's Better Call Saul offer you a recap of the penultimate season:
For a look at what's ahead as the series nears its narrative handoff to Breaking Bad and we (fingers crossed) get answers to what happens to "Gene Takovic" aka "Saul Goodman" aka Jimmy McGill and Kim (Seehorn), check out the following recently-released teaser for the return of AMC's Better Call Saul:
From Jimmy & Kim relaxing but distracted and Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) not looking too happy (but is he ever behind closed doors?) to Nacho (Michael Mando) hoping he's hiding out in a safe place (probably not), here's a look at the three newest preview images released. Following those, we have two key art posters, one teasing Jimmy's final transition into "Saul Goodman" while marking two weeks until the show's return and the other teasing Gus & Mike's (Jonathan Banks) bigger role in what's to come.
Now check out this special "episode" of American Greed from CNBC shining a spotlight on our Jimmy and his wicked, wicked ways:
Now here's a look at these previously-released preview images, with Nacho not looking so good, along with "The Angel of Death" that's on his trail in the form of Tony Dalton's Lalo (who isn't looking too patient). And then there's that image of Kim (Seehorn) rocking a very Saul Goodman-like suit that got us thinking:
The extended 13-episode Season 6 kicks things off with a two-episode premiere on Monday, April 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. With the season split into two parts, viewers will have seven episodes to process before a break ahead of the series' final run of episodes beginning July 11. Now here's a look at the official trailer for the final season of AMC's Better Call Saul, followed by a look at the official season overview as well as overviews for the first two episodes and some previously-released preview images:
Better Call Saul's final season concludes the complicated journey and transformation of its compromised hero, Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), into criminal lawyer Saul Goodman. From the cartel to the courthouse, from Albuquerque to Omaha, season six tracks Jimmy, Saul, and Gene as well as Jimmy's complex relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn), who is in the midst of her own existential crisis. Meanwhile, Mike (Jonathan Banks), Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), Nacho (Michael Mando), and Lalo (Tony Dalton) are locked into a game of cat and mouse with mortal stakes.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 1 "Wine and Roses": Nacho runs for his life. Jimmy and Kim hatch a plan. Mike questions his allegiances. Directed by Michael Morris and written by Peter Gould.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 2 "Carrot and Stick": Harsh realities dawn on Nacho. Gus investigates his suspicions. Directed by Vince Gilligan and written by Tom Schnauz & Ariel Levine.
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, Better Call Saul stars Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Tony Dalton, and Giancarlo Esposito and is executive produced by Peter Gould, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Thomas Schnauz, Gordon Smith, Alison Tatlock, Diane Mercer, and Michael Morris.