The beginning of the bittersweet end of Better Call Saul’s spell-bounding storyline will begin April 18, 2022. Better Call Saul‘s sixth and (maybe) final season is weeks away from arriving on AMC.
To get us back in the story, and for those of us who missed the original airing, the long-awaited Season 5 will air again! Finally, the brilliance of director Vince Gilligan and his team will officially be available to stream on Netflix beginning Monday, April 4.
The Season 5 of the show will also be showing on IFC, channel 333 via Direct TV on Sunday, April 3.
Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is quickly approaching his dates with the devils of Los capitanes del cartel Heisenberg; Senior Walter White and his associate Jesse Pinkman. One might ask if Saul is the cloud of misfortune to everyone at this point in the story.
Regarding love? Will New Mexico’s favorite criminal…. defense attorney Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) and Saul keep the fire going? With Season 5, which originally aired two years ago, leaving us all in doubt, we have our fingers crossed for her return.
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