The sixth season of Better Call Saul will have fans looking at certain events from its predecessor, Breaking Bad, in a very different way. The spin-off is currently in production for its final season, which will be thirteen episodes.
In an interview, Bob Odenkirk, who plays Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman, touched on the final season and said he doesn’t know the full story of the season and waits patiently while he receives the scripts.
But that co-creator Peter Gould has told him that once it’s all over, Breaking Bad fans will have a different perception of things. Bob Odenkirk’s full statement can be read below:
“Yes absolutely. In fact, Peter Gould has told me that when Better Call Saul ends, everyone will see Breaking Bad in a different light. I don’t know what that means. But I think more amazing things will come. “
With Better Call Saul as a prequel, those who have seen Breaking Bad know how certain characters from the spinoff show, like Mike ( Jonathan Banks ) and Gus ( Giancarlo Esposito ) end up.
But for viewers who haven’t seen the Bryan Cranston- starring series Breaking Bad, they’re still aware of Saul Goodman’s ( Bob Oderkirk ) future because of the teasers.
With the latest season of Better Call Saul on the horizon, it’s safe to assume that once the series is over and everything is in a full circle, fans who have seen both series will think differently.
Given that the Better Call Saul show has a reputation for integrating so many Breaking Bad characters into the show as the season’s progress, there’s no question that more characters from its predecessor will appear in its sixth season.
When the fifth season of Better Call Saul ended, the show was in the year 2004, which is four years before the Breaking Bad pilot, leaving many more stories to tell for the upcoming final season.