‘Better Call Saul’ Final Season 6 Might Be Split Into 2 Parts Like ‘Breaking Bad’ — Here’s Why

by Jeremy Spirogis
Kim Wexler and Jimmy McGill

Even although there isn’t an official launch date but, Better Call Saul followers are already counting down the times till the anticipated launch of the ultimate season of the present. Season 5 in early 2020 was so good that critics are beginning to speculate the sequence may surpass Breaking Bad when it comes to high quality. But when will we discover out?

There haven’t been too many particulars launched about season 6 past the truth that the writers are laborious at work through video conferencing as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic shutdown. However, followers are speculating that the ultimate season could be break up into two elements for a few sensible causes.

The final season of ‘Breaking Bad’ was break up in half

It might look like Breaking Bad had 6 seasons, however
actually the fifth season was simply damaged down into two halves. The first installment
5A aired in summer season 2012 whereas the second half, 5B wrapped up the sequence in fall
2013.

The prolonged timeline gave the writers extra time to give you and movie the ultimate episodes of the Emmy-award profitable sequence. And now they should be glad they did. The remaining episodes of Breaking Bad, particularly “Ozymandias,” are thought-about a few of the biggest examples of dramatic tv ever created.

‘Better Call Saul’ may face delays because of coronavirus

Kim Wexler and Jimmy McGill
Kim Wexler and Jimmy McGill on Better Call Saul | Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

Breaking Bad writers took their time writing the ultimate
season as a result of that’s what made sense from a creative perspective. When it
involves Better Call Saul, nonetheless, that call may very well be extra
sensible.

No one is aware of how lengthy manufacturing shutdowns in Hollywood will
final or what kind of social distancing tips might be in place when the
writers end determining what’s going to occur to Jimmy McGill, Kim Wexler,
and the remainder of the Better Call Saul solid. There’s probability the
schedule may very well be interrupted by native guidelines in New Mexico, the place the sequence is
filmed.

“Everybody on Better Call Saul and everyone at AMC
and Sony shouldn’t be going to do something till it’s protected for all of us to work on
the present,” actor Rhea Seehorn informed TV
Insider
. “We could be capturing in New Mexico once more. We should fly locations.
You have to soak up all of these elements.”

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‘Better Call Saul’ showrunners may want extra time to finish
the story

With or with out manufacturing shutdowns, the writers will profit from having extra time to inform the story. And as a bonus for followers, splitting the ultimate season 6 into two elements would imply attending to see the preliminary efforts sooner.

Hypothetically, the primary half may very well be launched in 2021 and the second in 2022. Otherwise, it’s extra real looking to see the sixth season in 2022, particularly if the coronavirus continues inflicting delays.

This would give writers loads of time to reply lingering
questions on what occurs to Kim Wexler and when, exactly, Jimmy McGill
totally turns into Saul Goodman. It would additionally end up the flash-forward scenes
with Gene Takovic and present precisely what turns into of Jimmy.

Whether the premiere occurs in 2021 or later, followers are
eagerly awaiting the ultimate chapter of the sequence.

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