Better Call Saul Season 6’s penultimate episode is currently airing on AMC, and many are enjoying seeing the show cross over into Breaking Bad territory.
As Season 6 draws to a close, fans are understandably curious about what’s next. Here, we confirm whether Season 7 is a possibility and lay out the release timetable for the next six episodes.
Fans are eager to see how Season 6 will conclude the story of the lawyer Saul Goodman, who was portrayed by Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, and others in the Vince Gilligan-created television series.
WILL BETTER CALL SAUL TO RETURN FOR SEASON 7?
No, Better Call Saul won’t be back for Season 7 because Saul Goodman’s final season is Season 6.
Showrunner Vince Gilligan announced that Season 6 will be the show’s last season after Season 5 aired.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter (via The Mirror), Gilligan made a promise to the audience that the show’s conclusion would be superior to Breaking Bad’s: “I bet you guys are going to say Better Call Saul. It’s going to be terrific, and the Hollywood Reporter and other fantastic media outlets will be publishing stories debating which of the two shows, Better Call Saul or Breaking Bad, had the better conclusion.
WHERE TO WATCH BETTER CALL SAUL SEASON 6?
AMC’s Better Call Saul premieres on the network channel, but each episode of Season 6 is later made available on the network’s streaming service, AMC Plus.
Only viewers in the US and Canada can get AMC Plus, which has no advertising and costs $8.99 per month.
Better Call Saul Season 6 will be available on Netflix, where anyone outside of the US and Canada may watch it. Each episode will be released every Tuesday after it airs on AMC on Mondays.
You can watch previous seasons of Better Call Saul on AMC Plus, Netflix, and Amazon Prime.
SEASON 6 RATINGS
Better Call Saul’s sixth season typically draws 1.20 million live+same-day viewers and a 0.27 rating in the 18-49 demographic (includes all DVR playback through 3:00 AM). That represents a 24 percent decrease in the demo and a 12 percent decrease in viewers compared to season five. These figures are a very good indication of how a show is performing, especially when compared to other programs on the same channel, even though they do not take into account subsequent delayed or streamed viewing. Other economic variables may also play a role in a show’s destiny, although in general, higher-rated programs are renewed while lower-rated ones are canceled.
Following the conclusion of season 5, AMC and showrunner Vince Gilligan announced there would be no season 7.
He and Peter Gould, who co-created the concept, have long recognized the value of nailing the landing.
Before the season finale aired, Vince proclaimed to The Hollywood Reporter that he believed it would be a “greater finish” than Breaking Bad.
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