After teasing a few days and a few hours ago, AMC has finally revealed when the final season of its acclaimed tv show Better Call Saul. The series is a spin-off of one of the most popular tv shows ever Breaking Bad. It is a prequel to events that happened in the life of lawyer Saul Goodman before Breaking Bad.
Better Call Saul chronicles the rise of a former con artist James McGill into a respectable or not so respectable lawyer Saul Goodman. Saul is known for his flamboyancy and his catchphrase “it’s all good man” which inspired the alias he uses in practicing criminal law. The series is set in the periods of early 2000s approximately between 2002 and 2008. Saul combines legal procedures with his corn skills to win clients and cases.
The show stars Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman. He is a not-so-successful lawyer who gets involved in the criminal world. Jonathan Banks stars as Mike. He is an ex-cop who juggles between being a parking attendant, private investigator, and fixer/cleaner. Giancarlo Esposito joins the cast later as he reprises his role from Breaking Bad as Gus Fring. He runs a fast-food chain which he uses as a front a drug operation he runs.
Better Call Saul is created by Peter Gould and Vince Giligan, the creators of Breaking Bad.
The series will be getting three new original short-form series this coming spring. Animated series Slippin Jimmy, Cooper’s Bar starring cast member Rhea Seehorn and new episodes of the Better Call Saul Employee Training Video series.
AMC also announced that the final season will be split into two parts. Part one will premiere on April 18 on AMC on live tv and their streaming platform AMC Plus.
All five seasons of Better Call Saul are available for streaming on AMC Plus and Netflix in some countries.