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Better Call Saul Season 6 Updates: Will there be More Seasons after Season 6?

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Better Call Saul

The popular Comedy-Crime series by Sony Pictures was very well received. The drama series was the perfect amalgamation of comedy, crime, and drama. Without a question, the fans developed a strong bond with the show.

As we know, it is a spin-off of the very renowned Netflix series Breaking Bad. The cast members include Peter Gould and Vince Gillian. The shows first debuted on the 8th of February in 2015.

After its successful five seasons, the fans desperately await the next season.

A still from the famous Netflix show Better Call Saul.

A still from the famous Netflix show Better Call Saul.

Better call Saul Season 6 Delayed

The shooting of this sixth and the last season of Better Call Saul began in February of 2020. But, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is delayed. Unfortunately, the fans will have to be patient and wait a little longer.

Besides, the makers planned the actual release in early 2021. However, due to these unfortunate events, the new season is expected to release by the end of 2021. The show will be released on Netflix.

What to expect after Season 6?

In the January of 2020, Sony Pictures confirmed that Better Call Saul shall end with its sixth season. This will be the next and final season of the show.

The new season will be delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Better call Saul: Cast members

Admittedly, Season six of the popular show will have a great cast. The cast members may include,

  • Bounce Odenkirk
  • Jonathan Banks
  • Patrick Fabian
  • Michael McKean
  • Rhea Seehorn

Fans should not be disappointed

Furthermore, to cushion the blow of the end of the show the makers have confirmed that the last season will have slightly longer episodes. Hence, the new duration will be about 50 minutes each.

Sway Odenkirk shared, “Season 6 will be the best season ever “.

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