better call Saul Returning for a sixth and final season that will show how Jimmy McGill becomes the Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) we all know and love.
Season 5 of the series lands on Netflix on Monday, April 4 in the US and Canada ahead of the show’s return to AMC on Monday, April 18.
The drama’s 13-episode final season is divided into two parts, with seven episodes in the first half and six in the second to complete the story.
and there is much more to breaking bad The prequel to explain in these final episodes, including some of the unanswered questions from Season 5.
1. Will Lalo Salamanca kill Nacho Verga?
Season 5 ended on a dramatic note, with Ignacio “Nacho” Varga letting go of hired gunmen sent by Gustavo “Gus” Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) to kill Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) at his home in Mexico.
The attempt failed and Lalo managed to escape and kill all the men sent after him, but then he realized that Nacho had betrayed him.
The finale ended with Nacho running into the desert and Lalo in pursuit, so Season 6 will no doubt see the pair face off at some point, if not immediately.
Nacho’s betrayal with the Salamanca cartel will not bode well for his survival, and given that he does not appear in breaking bad This could mean that Lalo will kill him, although perhaps he will manage to escape.
Lalo is also a character whose fate remains in the air because he is not in breaking bad, Hence better call Saul Season 6 will need to explain why. Whether this would mean that he will fall under the hail of bullets remains to be seen.
2. What’s going to happen to Kim Wexler?
Like Lalo and Nacho, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) is a character who isn’t in breaking bad, Hence better call Saul Season 6 needs to address what happened to her that she will no longer be with her husband.
There are several ways in which Kim’s story could have progressed; She could choose to leave Saul or, conversely, she could end up in prison because of her legal conduct, or, heaven forbid, Saul’s connection to the cartel could lead to her death.
Kim is important to Saul, and his influence has helped fuel his obsession with the law, so the latter option seems unlikely as surely Kim’s death would prompt Saul to quit the profession altogether, not a single one. Being a criminal lawyer.
3. Are Saul and Kim going to go up against Howard?
At the end of Season 5, Saul and Kim discuss the Sandpiper case, a lawsuit they started earlier in the show to help senior citizens in the Sandpiper retirement-home series get the money they owed.
Kim suggests that they sabotage Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) to make a deal, and that will also cost Saul a seven-figure sum.
Based on what’s shown in the Season 6 trailer, it looks like Saul and Kim are looking to pursue their plan, but the question is, will their plan work?
4. How will Gustavo Fringe’s plans be?
sure, fans of breaking bad We already know how things will turn out between Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis) and Gus.
However, it will be interesting to see how Gus plans. better call Saul will take him to the point he is at breaking bad, Notably he took a move against Lalo at the end of Season 5.
Gus hasn’t finished working on that state-of-the-art meth lab fans know about yet breaking bad, So how this ends is something to be addressed in the prequel series.
5. Will Walter White and Jesse Pinkman Appear?
By now, almost everyone who starred in it breaking bad did a cameo in better call Saul, Or in the case of Gus and Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks).
It stands to reason, then breaking bad The iconic lead pair will also, one way or another, make an appearance better call Saul.
Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman Could Easily Have Away With Saul Because He Already Knew The Lawyer breaking bad, But it can be tough to contain Bryan Cranston’s Walter White.
Walt is still the humble chemistry teacher he was at the beginning of the original, not the power-hungry kingpin, so it’s unclear how he could make a cameo.
But, if Walt can appear in Jessie’s spin-off movie el camino he can do it better call Saul, And, let’s be honest, the show’s creator Vince Gilligan will definitely find a way.
6. How will Saul deal with being traced?
At the start of Season 5 Saul, now Jean, was discovered by a taxi driver who recognized him after scenes in Omaha, Nebraska—breaking bad,
The taxi driver forces Saul to accept, but assures him that he won’t tell anyone he’s hiding there, but the former lawyer clearly doesn’t trust the man and asks Ed (Robert Forster) to give him a chance. Asks for a new fake identity. ,
At the last minute, however, Saul decides not to go through with the deal, saying he’ll sort things out himself, so that’s one thing the sixth season has to address.
Saul’s story needs to reach a satisfying conclusion, in terms of how the prequel progresses. breaking bad And also given what happens to Saul after the iconic show ends, he wouldn’t have included these flashforward scenes for no reason.
Gilligan bids Jesse a deserved farewell el camino, So it looks like he’ll do the same for Saul better call Saul.
Better Call Saul Season 6 premieres Monday, April 18 with two episodes on AMC.