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The sixth and final season of the American television drama series Better Call Saul was announced on January 16, 2020. It is split into two parts; the first seven episodes aired from April 18 to May 23, and the final six aired from July 11 to August 15, 2022.

Production for season 6 was postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions; filming officially began in March 2021.[1] The season consists of thirteen episodes, each running approximately 47 minutes in length. Vince Gilligan made a return to the creative team after being absent for seasons 3 to 5.


BCS S6 poster

Season 6 promotional poster

Nacho flees from Lalo's compound in Mexico and is sent to hide in a motel in Chihuahua after receiving a call from Tyrus, letting Nacho know of Lalo's "death". An injured Lalo also escapes his compound and makes it to his friend, Sylvia's house. Her husband, Mateo, is instructed by Lalo to trim his beard to look like him. Lalo kills Sylvia and Mateo and burns Mateo's body, passing it off as his own and planting it at his compound. This successfully tricks The Cousins, who investigate the compound and Lalo's "body". Gus is informed of the price on Nacho's head and is also suspicious of Lalo's death. In Albuquerque, Kim and Jimmy have dinner, where Kim hatches a plan to take down Howard. The next day, Jimmy and Kim meet at the country club. Jimmy sneaks inside and plants a fake bag of cocaine in Howard's locker. After opening the locker and finding the cocaine in front of Cliff Main, Howard brushes it off but doesn't leave a good impression on Cliff. At the U.S-Mexico border, Lalo prepares to be loaded into a truck to Mexico with some immigrants, but calls Hector first, revealing that he is alive to him, and vowing to kill Gus. Lalo hangs up and decides to not cross the border, changing plans. ("Wine and Roses")

Kim and Jimmy plan another way to take down Howard. Kim makes Jimmy go to the Kettlemans, who run a shady tax business in the desert. Jimmy persuades the Kettlemans to hear information to help exonerate them from their previous crimes. He lies that their attorney, Howard, abused cocaine, which contributed to Craig Kettleman's arrest. They refuse to hire Jimmy as their lawyer and pass the information to Cliff Main, who doesn't believe them, yet still perturbs him. Meanwhile, Mike breaks into Nacho's house and safe, which contains his and Manuel Varga's fake IDs and money. Mike replaces this with an envelope and a new fake ID. Juan Bolsa's men find the safe and open the envelope, finding a phone number to the motel where Nacho is hiding. Nacho becomes uneasy at the motel and finds out he's been set up to die by Gus after finding a man surveilling him in his room. The Cousins arrive at the motel, ready to capture Nacho alive, but he barely escapes. ("Carrot and Stick")

After escaping the cousins, Nacho makes it to an auto repair shop to clean up and calls Gus. After some back and forth Nacho realizes the only way out of this is to die, so he makes a plan to meet with Gus and Mike in New Mexico. In Albuquerque, Kim is confronted by Suzanne Ericsen, who reveals that Jorge De Guzman's real identity has been found - Lalo Salamanca, and that he has been murdered in Mexico. Meanwhile, Kim and Jimmy make a new plan to take down Howard. At a fancy restaurant, a valet driver takes Howard's Jaguar to a parking garage, and get's his car key pickpocketed by Huell, who copies the key for Jimmy. Later that night, ready for the rest of their plan, Kim reveals to Jimmy that Lalo is dead. Meanwhile, Nacho is transported to Albuquerque. Gus, Mike, and Nacho's plan are for Nacho to reveal that the hit for Lalo was from a Peruvian Cartel that Nacho worked with and that Gus had nothing to do with the hit. Nacho meets with the Salamanca's in the desert, tied up, and goes along with the plan, but goes off script and insults the Salamanca's. He breaks out of his zip ties and steals Juan Bolsa's gun, shooting himself in the head. ("Rock and Hard Place")

Howard drives to his therapist's office. While inside, Jimmy, disguised as Howard, steals his car with the copied key and picks up Wendy, a prostitute who is in on the plan. While Kim has a meeting with Cliff Main at a coffee shop, Jimmy, in Howard's car, passes by the shop and openly kicks Wendy out of the car, getting the attention of Cliff. Jimmy drops the car back off while Kim drops off Wendy. All of a sudden, Kim has a feeling of being watched. Meanwhile, at the courthouse, Jimmy finds he has been disowned by his peers after the information of scamming the court of Lalo Salamanca's bail has spread. At the Nail Salon, though, Jimmy finds a ton more clients, being known as "Salamanca's Guy". While Kim has lunch with her clients, she finds a car following her, and confronts the men in the car, threatening to call the police. They speed off. The next day, Kim is accosted by Mike, who assures her that the people following her and Jimmy aren't going to cause any problems. Mike reveals to Kim that Lalo is alive and that they're being followed for their safety. Later that night, after Jimmy gets kicked out of the Nail Salon due to the overflow of clients, Kim and Jimmy look at a new office. Meanwhile, Gus arrives home, which is heavily surveilled. Mike warns that their resources are being stretched thin, but Gus insists on keeping the surveillance in place as long as Lalo is still alive.("Hit and Run")

Jimmy opens his new and larger office, recruiting his former receptionist, Francesca Liddy. At Sandpiper Crossing, after Howard, Cliff, and Erin convince a group of elderly plaintiffs to wait a little longer in the Sandpiper Case, Howard is confronted by Cliff, calling him out for his recent behavior. Howard, confused, realizes Jimmy is behind this, and angrily drives off. Kim has coffee with her former assistant, Viola. Viola divulges the name of the person running the upcoming mediation session of the Sandpiper Case: Rand Casimiro. That night, Jimmy arrives at a boxing club and is accosted by Howard, who challenges him to a boxing match to let all the anger out. Jimmy boxes Howard but gets knocked out. He drives off but unknowingly gets stalked by a private investigator Howard hired. Kim shows a profile of Rand Casimiro to Jimmy, and they begin the next phase of their plan. Gus and Mike go to the excavation site. Gus privately plants a handgun on one of the excavators and inspects the wiring of the lights before leaving. In Germany, Margarethe Ziegler, Werner Ziegler's widow, meets Lalo in a bar. Lalo goes by Ben and has a conversation with Margarethe, who reveals that Werner died in a "cave-in" during a mysterious excavation project and that none of Werner's team attended his funeral. The next morning, Lalo breaks into Margarethe's house and finds a lucite block containing a slide rule message in Werner's former work room. Lalo notices the manufacturing company and leaves. ("Black and Blue")

At Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill, Howard meets with his private investigator, who gives him a photo of Jimmy withdrawing $20,000 from the bank, making Howard suspicious of what Jimmy plans next. Meanwhile, at the courthouse, Cliff convinces Kim to go to a luncheon with him to bring the Jackson Mercer Foundation, a non-profit legal group, to New Mexico. Kim meets with Jimmy at his office while he and his camera crew dress up a Rand Casimiro impersonator. She lets him know of the news about the Jackson Mercer Foundation luncheon but has misgivings due to the luncheon being on "D-Day". Jimmy assures her that nothing will go wrong with her away from the operation. Meanwhile, in Germany, Casper, a former member of Werner's team, chops wood outside his house as Lalo arrives. Sensing danger, Casper runs away but gets caught off guard and knocked out by Lalo with an axe, who prepares to interrogate him. "D-Day" finally arrives, and Kim and Jimmy go their separate ways, with Kim going to the luncheon, and Jimmy buying a celebratory bottle of Zafiro Añejo before the operation. While buying the bottle, Jimmy finds the real Rand Casimiro in the checkout line with a cast on his left arm. Jimmy realizes without a cast on, Rand Casimiro's impersonator can't be passed off as genuine, and calls Kim about the situation, who speeds back to Albuquerque. ("Axe and Grind")

Kim arrives back in Albuquerque, retaking the fake photos of Rand Casimiro. Jimmy gives the photo's to Howard's private investigator, who is secretly working with him. The private investigator shows the photos to Howard, in which Jimmy is shown passing an envelope to a passing by Rand Casimiro. Later, the mediation begins, with Howard's colleagues attending. Kim and Jimmy secretly listen to the session through a conference call. The mediator, Rand Casimiro, walks inside the meeting room, ready for the session, but is cut short when Howard recognizes him from the fake photos and calls him out. Howard asks for the photos to be given to him, but they are seemingly replaced by innocent photos of Jimmy passing a frisbee to a jogger. With Howard looking crazy to his colleagues, a recess is held for the mediation, and a settlement agreement is reached prematurely. Meanwhile, in a storm drain outside of Gus's laundry, Lalo calls Hector but realizes the call is being tapped. Lalo falsely says to Hector that he is planning to kill Gus tonight, and leaves the storm drain. Kim and Jimmy celebrate at their apartment, but it's cut short when Howard walks in and vents to them. Just then, Lalo walks in and kills Howard with a shot to the head. ("Plan and Execution")

Lalo gives Jimmy an address on a note and instructs him to go in his car, go to the house on the address, and kill whoever opens the front door with a revolver in the glove box. Jimmy convinces Lalo to have Kim go instead of him. Kim goes to Lalo's car while Lalo ties up Jimmy. Lalo leaves and breaks into Gus's laundry, while Kim goes to the address Lalo gave-Gus's house- and is captured by Mike. After interrogating Kim, Mike goes with him and Tyrus's men to Kim's Apartment to find Lalo. Inside the apartment, Jimmy says Lalo left. Mike realizes where Lalo is going and attempts to call Gus, who is going on his own to the laundry with some bodyguards. Inside the laundry, Gus's men are ambushed and killed. Gus is taken hostage by Lalo, who records a humiliating video for Don Eladio, making Gus open the secret passageway to the excavation site. Inside, Lalo asks for Gus's final words, in which Gus goes on a tirade about the cartel and the Salamancas, before cutting the power, grabbing the secret handgun he placed, and killing Lalo with a shot to the throat. The next morning, Mike debriefs a shell-shocked Kim and Jimmy. Mike states that Howard's death will be framed as a suicide and that they are to tell the police that he showed up in a drug-addled stupor and left uneventfully. Howard and Lalo's bodies are buried beneath the excavation site together. ("Point and Shoot")

Mike and his men clean up Howard's body at Kim's apartment, as Kim and Jimmy try to go on with their lives. Gus meets with Don Eladio, the Cousins, and Hector at Don Eladio's hacienda. There, Hector states that he had been in contact with Lalo and that he has been alive this whole time. With no evidence, Hector is taken away and just brushed off as crazy by Don Eladio and The Cousins. Meanwhile, Mike, restless for closure, meets with Manuel Varga in the dead of night, letting him know of Nacho's death, and says that justice will be given someday. Manuel scoffs at this remark, thinking it more as "revenge" and leaves Mike. Kim and Jimmy attend a wake held for Howard, in which they pay respects to his widow, Cheryl. Cheryl, defensive and in disbelief, confronts Jimmy about his known antics against her husband, and says his suicide and drug addiction can't be true. Kim makes up a story to Cheryl about seeing Howard snort cocaine in his office and leaves with Jimmy. The next day, Kim suddenly leaves the bar and goes back to her apartment, in which a stunned Jimmy urges her to not go along with this. It's too late, and to make things worse, Kim plans to divorce Jimmy, stating that together they are harmful, but says that she still loves him. In a flash-forward, Jimmy, now definitively going by Saul, sleeps with prostitutes in his large mansion, goes to work in his Cadillac, and arrives at his newly decorated and snazzy office, getting ready for the day. ("Fun and Games")

In 2010, Gene helps an elderly woman, Marion, get her scooter out of the snow. He snips the wiring of the scooter, making him have to manually push to scooter back to her house. Marion and Gene quickly become friends, and it's revealed that Marion is Jeff's mother. Gene confronts Jeff privately, stating that he should get into "the game". Jeff hesitantly agrees. Beginning to plan a score, Gene goes up to the security offices at his mall with boxes of Cinnabons and meets Frank Danielsen, who cheerfully accepts the Cinnabons as a gift for calling the EMTs for Gene when he passed out. Gene times Frank eating the Cinnabon with his back turned to the security monitors, before turning back when finished. This goes on for weeks, with Gene supplying Frank with Cinnabons and timing him. Gene trains Jeff to go around the mall and quickly steal items, and the night of the score arrives. Jeff's friend, Buddy, transports him through a shipment crate, as Gene goes on with his routine of giving Frank Cinnabons. Jeff breaks out of the crate and begins to rob the mall, with Frank's back turned to the monitors behind him. Jeff puts all the stolen items in the crate, which will be picked up by Gene in the morning, and hides in the bathroom. The next morning, Buddy, Jeff, and Gene celebrate, but it's cut short when Gene reveals this is blackmail for Jeff knowing his secret identity. Gene says if Jeff or Buddy reveals anything, he will turn them in. ("Nippy")

On November 12, 2010, Francesca remembers her previous deal with Saul and picks up a payphone at an abandoned gas station. It's Gene, who asks for any updates in Albuquerque. After Francesca states what happened to all of Saul's associates, she mentions that Kim called after everything went down, checking on him. Gene goes to a separate payphone, calling Kim. The conversation can't be heard, be seemingly devolves into a heated argument. Planning his next move, Gene meets with Jeff at his house, where Jeff frantically states that he said nothing. Gene non-verbally tells him that they are back in business, and urges him to take the cab company's night shift. A routine begins, where Gene lures drunk bar patrons to Jeff's cab, and gives water bottles laced with barbituates to make them pass out. Buddy breaks into their houses and takes photos of their IDs and credit cards, selling them later on. This stops however when Gene meets a patron with cancer. Buddy refuses to go along with the scam, as his father has cancer, so Gene fires Buddy and goes with Jeff to the marks' house and begins to break in. ("Breaking Bad")

Kim, who now lives in Titusville, Florida and works at a sprinkler company, lives a mundane life with her boyfriend, Glenn. After receiving a call from Gene at work, Kim urges him to turn himself in and hangs up. Kim takes a flight to Albuquerque, visits the courthouse, and meets with Howard's widow, Cheryl. Kim hands Cheryl an affidavit, detailing how Howard truly died, and the cons that led up to it. Kim states that it's unlikely for her to get prosecuted with no evidence, and leaves, uncontrollably sobbing on the bus ride back home. Meanwhile, Gene breaks into the marks' house, getting cocky and stealing a few items. Jeff becomes antsy when a cop car, stopping to just eat some food, parks behind his cab. Jeff speeds off and crashes into a car nearby, distracting the cops and giving a window for Gene to escape. Gene, sitting at home, gets a call from Jeff, who was blamed for the break-in at the marks' house and is in jail. Gene says he'll call his mother, Marion, and bail him out tomorrow. Calling Marion, Gene accidentally reveals to her that bond declarations are looser in Omaha than in Albuquerque, and states that he'll pick her up tomorrow to get Jeff out of jail. Gene arrives at Marion's house but finds her looking at his old Saul Goodman commercials on the new computer Jeff bought for her after the heist. Marion calls the police from her Life Alert, and Gene runs away. ("Waterworks")

Gene hides in a dumpster, but gets caught by the police shortly after. While booked in the local jail, Gene (now Saul) demands a phone call, calling his former friend and co-worker Bill Oakley. Saul persuades Oakley to be his "advisory counsel" for his legal proceedings. The next day, Saul is thrown in an adjoining room with a team of prosecutors. Saul asks for Hank Schraders widowMarie—to join in on the meeting. Saul gives a eulogy of Hank, along with an anecdote of how he didn't work with Walter White for the money, but due to fear. With more negotiating, the prison sentance is lowered to 7 years, and Saul is to be sent to a low security prison. Before leaving, Saul drops crucial information: how Howard Hamlin truly died. The prosecutors scoff, saying that Kim Wexler already disclosed the information of how Howard truly died. The next day, Saul enters an Albuquerque court room, catching a glimpse of Kim Wexler sitting in the back. During the case, Saul suddenly gets up and wishes to address the court. Straying from his plea agreement, Saul discloses the fact that he did in fact work with Walt for the money, and proudly discloses that without himself, Walter White wouldn't have succeeded in his drug empire. Saul also states that he was a big player behind the suicide of his brother, Chuck, and credits Kim for starting all over after Howards murder. Saul now addresses himself as Jimmy after the bombshell he just dropped. Jimmy is sent to ADX Montrose, and lives a thriving prison life for being known as "Saul Goodman" to his fellow inmates. One day, Jimmy is told that a lawyer has come to see him. It's Kim, who says her bar card doesn't have an expiration date. The two secretly share a cigarette in an empty cell, while Kim reveals that the plea agreement was quashed and Jimmy has been sentenced to 86 years. As Kim leaves, Jimmy longingly watches her from the prison yard, giving her a finger gun gesture from afar. ("Saul Gone")



Cast Portrays Ep. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Bob Odenkirk James McGill 13
Jonathan Banks Mike Ehrmantraut 11
Rhea Seehorn Kim Wexler 11
Patrick Fabian Howard Hamlin 7
Michael Mando Nacho Varga 3
Tony Dalton Lalo Salamanca 5
Giancarlo Esposito Gustavo "Gus" Fring 8

Guest Starring

Notable Co-Starring



  • In an interview for Variety[2] published on 9 April 2022, Peter Gould officially confirmed that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul would guest star in season 6: “I don’t want to spoil things for the audience, but I will say the first question we had when we started the show was, ‘Are we gonna see Walt and Jesse on the show?’ Instead of evading, I’ll just say yeah.”
  • With 13 episodes for this sixth and final season, Better Call Saul ended on its 63rd episode, one more than Breaking Bad.
  • On July 27, 2021, Bob Odenkirk was hospitalized in New Mexico after collapsing on the set of season 6 episode 8 of Better Call Saul. The following day, it was reported that he had experienced a "heart-related incident", which The Hollywood Reporter described as a heart attack, and was in stable condition. On July 30, 2021, Bob posted a message on social media[3] to indicate that he is doing well and to thank all those who have expressed their support and love.
  • In an article[4] published on its website on 4 November 2021, Variety predicted that the season could start airing in the spring of 2022 and could be split into two parts.
    • One of the reasons that could explain the split of the season is that it allowed Better Caul Saul to compete for Emmys in both 2022 and 2023, as eligibility for the latter began in June of 2022.[5]
  • On February 7, 2022, BCS's Twitter account posted a message[6] stating "#BetterCallSaul returns for its final season. Mark your calendar." along with a video of The Cousins visiting Lalo's hacienda. No date is given, but the letters D and R appear at the crime scene, following the events of the final episode of season 5. Fans deduced that the letters D and R, the 4th and 18th letters of the alphabet respectively, indicate that season 6 would begin airing on 18 April 2022.
    • The April 18 date was quickly confirmed in subsequent teasers.
  • On April 1, 2022, the social media accounts of the CNBC true crime documentary series American Greed uploaded a pseudo-documentary episode set in-universe about Jimmy McGill, which featured appearances by characters Richard Schweikart, Bill Oakley, Suzanne Ericsen, and Craig and Betsy Kettleman.[7]

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Episode Posters[]

Promotional posters for each episode were published prior to their broadcasts. The posters show certain objects relevant to their respective episodes, teasing their events.




Awards and nominations[]

Ceremony Category Recipients Result
38th TCA Awards Program of the Year Better Call Saul Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama Bob Odenkirk Nominated
Rhea Seehorn Nominated
2nd Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards Best Cable Network Series, Drama Better Call Saul Won
Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Bob Odenkirk Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Giancarlo Esposito Won
Jonathan Banks Nominated
Michael Mando Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Rhea Seehorn Won
74th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Music Supervision Thomas Golubić ("Black and Blue") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Nick Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Jane Boegel, Matt Temple, Marc Glassman, Jeff Cranford, Jason Tregoe Newman, Gregg Barbanell and Alex Ullrich ("Carrot and Stick") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Larry Benjamin, Kevin Valentine and Philip W. Palmer ("Carrot and Stick") Nominated
74th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bob Odenkirk Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Rhea Seehorn Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Thomas Schnauz ("Plan and Execution") Nominated
14th Dorian TV Awards Best TV Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
Best Supporting TV Performance Rhea Seehorn Nominated
47th Saturn Awards Best Network or Cable Action/Thriller Television Series Better Call Saul Won
Best Actor in a Network or Cable Television Series Bob Odenkirk Won
Best Actress in a Network or Cable Television Series Rhea Seehorn Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Network or Cable Television Series Jonathan Banks Won
Tony Dalton Nominated
Patrick Fabian Nominated
Michael Mando Nominated
Special Awards: Robert Forster Artist's Award The Ensemble Cast of Better Call Saul Won
48th People's Choice Awards The Show of 2022 Better Call Saul Nominated
The Drama Show of 2022 Better Call Saul Nominated
American Film Institute Awards 2022 Top 10 Television Programs Better Call Saul Won
80th Golden Globe Awards Best Television Series – Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama Bob Odenkirk Nominated

29th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Jonathan Banks, Ed Begley Jr., Tony Dalton, Giancarlo Esposito, Patrick Fabian, Bob Odenkirk, and Rhea Seehorn Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Bob Odenkirk Nominated
Jonathan Banks Nominated
28th Critics' Choice Awards Best Drama Series Better Call Saul Won
Best Actor in a Drama Series Bob Odenkirk Won
Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Giancarlo Esposito Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Rhea Seehorn Nominated
Carol Burnett Nominated
27th Art Directors Guild Awards Excellence in Production Design for a One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Series Denise Pizzini ("Wine and Roses",  "Nippy") Nominated
12th AACTA International Awards Best Actor in a Series Bob Odenkirk Nominated
34th Producers Guild of America Awards Best Episodic Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
Outstanding Short-Form Program Better Call Saul: Filmmaker Training Nominated
70th Golden Reel Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Broadcast Long Form Dialogue and ADR Nick Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, and Jane Boegel ("Saul Gone") Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Broadcast Long Form Effects and Foley Nick Forshager, Kathryn Madsen, Matt Temple, Gregg Barbanell, and Alex Ullrich ("Carrot and Stick") Nominated
27th Satellite Awards Best Television Series – Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
Best Actor – Television Series Drama Bob Odenkirk Won
Best Actress – Television Series Drama Rhea Seehorn Nominated
Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Giancarlo Esposito Nominated
59th Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – One Hour Phillip W. Palmer, Larry B. Benjamin, Kevin Valentine, Chris Navarro and Stacey Q. Michaels ("Saul Gone") Won
75th Writers Guild of America Awards Drama Series Better Call Saul Nominated
Episodic Drama "Rock and Hard Place" Nominated
"Plan and Execution" Won
38th Artios Awards Best Television Series – Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
2023 Peabody Award Entertainment honorees Better Call Saul Won
39th TCA Awards Program of the Year Better Call Saul Nominated
Outstanding Achievement in Drama Nominated
Individual Achievement in Drama Rhea Seehorn Nominated
1st Astra Creative Arts TV Awards Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston Nominated
75th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Comedy, Drama or Variety Series Better Call Saul: Filmmaker Training Nominated
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Drama Series Skip Macdonald ("Saul Gone") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) Larry Benjamin, Kevin Valentine, and Phillip W. Palmer ("Saul Gone") Won
Black Reel Awards of 2023 Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series Giancarlo Esposito Won
3rd Astra TV Awards Best Cable Series, Drama Better Call Saul Nominated
Best Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Bob Odenkirk Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Jonathan Banks Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama Rhea Seehorn Won
Black Reel Awards of 2023 Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series Giancarlo Esposito Won
75th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Bob Odenkirk Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Rhea Seehorn Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Gordon Smith ("Point and Shoot") Nominated
Peter Gould ("Saul Gone") Nominated


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