Better Call Saul Season 6: Release Date, Cast, Trailer And Everything You Need To Know

The American crime drama is being renewed for season six. Better Call Saul is the prequel to the critically acclaimed show Breaking Bad and is developed by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. In the beginning, the show was produced in five seasons with 10 episodes, and each of them has won the hearts of the viewers. Fans have been raving about season six of Better Call Saul, and for some, season 6 has been worth the wait.

Has Better Call Saul been renewed for Season 6?

An AMC executive stated on January 16, 2020, that Better Call Saul would return for its sixth season. AMC representatives and creator Peter Gould confirmed that the series will end after its sixth season.

The Cast of Better Call Saul Season 6

The majority of the cast is the same. Bob Odenkirk stars as Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman as a lawyer and attorney practicing legal defense in the criminal justice system in the role of Saul Goodman and Kim Wexler’s husband. Jonathan Banks plays Mike Ehrmantraut who plays Madrigal’s security expert and solves Gus Fring’s criminal tendencies. Rhea Seehorn is the character in the role of Kim Wexler, both a lawyer and Jimmy’s wife and boyfriend. Patrick Fabian is Howard Hamlin, Hamlin’s sole managing partner.

Michael Mando plays Nacho Varga, a Lieutenant of the Juarez Cartel responsible for overseeing Albuquerque’s day-to-day operations. Tony Dalton plays Lalo Salamanca, the acting head of the Salamanca family of Juarez cartel enforcers. Giancarlo Esposito plays Gus Fring, the distributor of Albuquerque Narcotics and is associated with Don Eladio’s Juarez Cartel while using his chicken chain, Los Pollos Hermanos, as a real front.

Trailer update

As the sixth season nears the end of Saul, fans are eager to see how Saul’s story will end. The AMC show hasn’t revealed a trailer yet, so it’s hard to predict what will happen next.

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