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“Better Call Saul” Season 6: Plot, Cast, Production, Filming, Reviews, Ratings, And Expectations

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It’s been a long time coming, but it finally happened. Better Call Saul season 6 is here! The new season features the return of old favorites like Jimmy McGill and Mike Ehrmantraut as they face off with new adversaries like Gus Fring and Lalo Salamanca. It will be interesting to see how things have changed for these characters since we last saw them in Breaking Bad.

Better Call Saul is a spin-off drama series that first premiered on AMC in 2014. The show was created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the same creative team behind Breaking Bad. Bob Odenkirk stars as James Morgan “Jimmy” McGill, who later becomes Walter White’s lawyer. Jonathan Banks reprises his role of Mike Ehrmantraut, a former cop and private investigator who was introduced as Saul Goodman’s fixer.


The release date for the sixth season of Better Call Saul has not been announced yet, but it is expected to be on screens in 2022.


Production for Better Call Saul Season Six is scheduled to begin this month, meaning we can expect it sometime in early 20. The release date remains unclear at this point, but you can bet that AMC will be pushing hard to bring us our new episodes as soon as possible.


Filming for Season Six of Better Call Saul began earlier this month in New Mexico. This is one of the final seasons, so we should expect a lot more action and intensity to go along with it.


The creators of Better Call Saul have said that they are expecting to wrap up the series after its sixth season. However, this is not set in stone, and it could always be possible for us to get more seasons down the line if AMC decides that there is still an audience out there waiting for them.

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This final season will be covering the time period, which is around ten years before Jimmy McGill became Saul Goodman. The storyline should focus on how Jimmy becomes involved with Mike Ehrmantraut and Gustavo Fring, as well as his relationship with Kim Wexler.

In the new season, Better Call Saul will introduce a few fresh characters into the mix. Among them is Gus Fring, who plays an important role in Breaking Bad, as well as Lalo Salamanca, another newcomer to the series. Fans can’t wait to see how these two play into things now that we’re so far removed from the events of Breaking Bad.

Better Call Saul Confronts Its Legacy in Season 6 - Den of Geek
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Returning stars for Season Six include

  • Bob Odenkirk,
  • Jonathan Banks,
  • Rhea Seehorn, and
  • Patrick Fabian.

Joining the casts are recurring players Mark Margolis and Ana de la Reguera returning as Hector Salamanca and Nacho Varga, respectively.


Expectations for the upcoming season of Better Call Saul are very high. While critics and fans have agreed that Season Five was a bit slow, it is expected to pick up in pace this year as we enter into what should be the final stretch before Jimmy McGill becomes “Saul Goodman” once again.


Reviews for Better Call Saul Season Six have been pretty positive thus far, with the majority of critics agreeing that this season will be another solid installment. The five-part miniseries has been met with critical acclaim so far. With several critics calling it the best episode yet, fans are expecting Season Six to be another great year for Better Call Saul and AMC as they continue to adopt some of their most popular properties into new shows that will no doubt become fans’ favorites in years to come.

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Season One averaged a 0.32 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 980,000 viewers on Monday nights. Season Two improved its numbers with an average of 0.42 and just over one million viewers per episode on Sunday nights at ten o’clock Eastern time through mid-March 2017 when ratings declined to 0.30 and just under one million viewers per episode.

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