Better Call Saul Season 6: ‘Bryan Cranston’ & ‘Aaron Paul’ will Return with Bob Odenkirk in BCC Season 6, Read to know more

If you are a Breaking Bad fan, you must be aware of its prequel show, Better Call Saul, which is set 6 years prior to the events of Breaking Bad.

Better Call Saul is a unique combination of genres like crime drama, black comedy, tragedy, and legal drama. The first season of this critically acclaimed show was released on February 8, 2015. The show was praised for its storyline, acting, direction, and cinematography.
The fifth season of Better Call Saul was released on February 23, 2020, and since then, the fans are eagerly waiting for the sixth season.


The storyline of Better Call Saul revolves around a former con man Jimmy McGill, who turned into a lawyer and went through a series of exploitative trials and tribulations, which paved his way for becoming Saul Goodman. Goodman is the alter ego of Jimmy and who later turns out to be a morally challenged criminal layer.

Better Call Saul Season 6 Expected Plot.

Since Better Call Saul season 5 ended not long ago, it is hard to confirm what the plot of season 6 will be, but there is no harm in making some assumptions, right?

The last episode of season 5, which is titled “Something Unforgivable,” gave us some hints regarding what the plot of season 6 will be about.

We can expect that the cartel members will be in conflict with each other because now Lalo knows who to blame for the assassination attempt, which failed miserably. Will Lalo seek revenge from Gus and Nacho? We know that Gus will survive no matter what; after all, he is a part of Breaking Bad, but what does destiny hold for Lalo and Nacho?

Better Call Saul season 6 will probably also focus on the relationship between Kim and Jimmy.

Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul are ready to Return for Better Call Saul?

Breaking Bad stars, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have expressed their keenness to be a part of Better Call Saul season 6.

“We always get asked about Better Call Saul and whether Jesse or Walt are gonna show up on that show. I don’t know how many times we’ve gotta tell Vince that we’re ready to do it, I just don’t think he loves us anymore,” said Cranston during a live session from his Instagram account.

Well, their part in season 6 is yet not confirmed, but the chances of them being a part of season 6 are high.

When will Better Call Saul season 6 release?

Well, Better Call Saul was officially renewed for a sixth and final season in January, and the season will comprise of 13 episodes, instead of the regular 10. The makers of the show have yet not confirmed release date, but they said that it would release in 2021. Our guesses are, it will release during the last quarter of 2021.

Better Call Saul has an IMDb rating of 8.7/10, and all the five seasons of it are available on Netflix.

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