Original air date: April 20, 2020
Original air date: Spring 2022
The sixth and final season of the American television drama series Better Call Saul was announced on January 16, 2020. It will air in late 2021 or early 2022, but the exact release date is not yet known. Production for season 6 had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and they will begin in March 2021. It will consist of thirteen episodes, each running approximately 47 minutes in length. Vince Gilligan is slated to return to the creative team after being gone for seasons 3-5.
|Better Call Saul Seasons|
|Season 1||Season 2||Season 3||Season 4||Season 5||Season 6|
|Breaking Bad Seasons|
|Season 1||Season 2||Season 3||Season 4||Season 5A||Season 5B||El Camino|
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- ...that in the first episode of "Better Call Saul", Jimmy parks next to a white Cadillac DeVille, identical to the one he drives in "Breaking Bad".
- ...that a 100-year-old cowboy almost starred in Season 3? He was supposedly involved constant flashbacks to a cowboy in frontier times, which would somehow relate to the main story and star its own self-contained cast. The writers ultimately couldn't make it work.
- ...that Jesse Pinkman was supposed to die at the end of the first season at the hands of Tuco Salamanca? Vince Gilligan was so impressed at Aaron Paul's performance that he decided to keep him. No-Doze took Jesse's place instead.