Better Call Saul Season 6



CULVER CITY, CA – MARCH 28: Actor Bob Odenkirk arrives at the premiere of AMC’s “Better Call Saul” Season 3 at Arclight Cinemas Culver City on March 28, 2017 in Culver City, California. (Photo by Amanda Edwards/WireImage)

Carter Crouch, Reporter

Better Call Saul’s series finale debut starts off with an explosive beginning which leaves one craving to see what is next. With fantastic performances from all actors, leading, supporting, and surprise returns from previous characters, season 6 is off to a fantastic start.

Better Call Saul’s debut season premiered on February 8th, 2015, and starred Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, Jonathon Banks, and Michael Mando. The director of the show varies from episode to episode but one recognizable name that is a frequent director is Vince Gilligan, who was also the creator of Breaking Bad. New episodes from season 6 will release every Monday at 9pm EST.

With season 5 leaving on a large cliff hanger, season 6’s two-episode debut answers all of our previous questions, while also beginning with many more. The two episodes display one of the main characters, Nacho Vargo, played by Michael Mando, being hunted down by the cartel and even some of his own associates. While on a separate plot line, main character Jimmy McGill, played by Bob Odenkirk, is beginning down his corrupt path which will inevitably spit him out as criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman.

The new season has been highly anticipated by all viewers, not just for the reason of it being the finale of the series, but for the several delays due to COVID-19. And to say the least, these last two episodes have been some of the best yet and leaves all viewers excited to see what happens next. With all of that being said, the first two episodes of Better Call Saul season 6 will be receiving a 4/5 shields.