The last and sixth season of “Better Call Saul” will begin its shoot in the coming March. Ever since season 5 ended, fans have been dying for season 6, or at least for some more news. Earlier in August co-creator Peter Gould confirmed the production of the last season of “Better Call Saul” will not be happening in 2020 due to the ongoing global pandemic.
"We were slated to go in September, we now look like we'll be going in March, We have a brilliant team of writers, of course, so it's always exciting to think about getting back to work. We didn't get a chance to get back to work on season 6. I'm so excited for Vince and Peter, and Melissa Bernstein, our producer, to be going back to set sometime in March" -Esposito said.
The spin-off Breaking Bad is coming with a larger role for drug boss Gus Fring, series star Giancarlo Esposito says in an update. Season 6 should see quite a lot of Gus as he continues his war with Lalo Salamanca, especially after the explosive end to season 5. The last season is expected to have 13 episodes.
Sony Pictures and AMC network had yet not revealed an air date for the 13-episode Better Call Saul Season 6. The fans are eagerly waiting for a Big season.
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