With the arrival of April, streaming behemoth Netflix is gearing up to provide us with some binge-worthy episodes and movies. With so many genres to choose from, fans all over the world are eagerly anticipating the release of the latest season of their favourite show.
The new and last season of the popular American crime drama ‘Better Call Saul’ is awaited by one such fandom. For the uninitiated, the show revolves around Bob’s earnest lawyer (Jimmy Mcgill) turning into an egocentric criminal defence attorney.
It is a spin-off, a prequel to Vince Gilligan’s previous hit series Breaking Bad, and stars actors like Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, Jonathan Banks, Michael Mando, and Tony Dalton (Saul Goodman) Sixth and final season?
Better Call Saul has kept viewers on the edge of their seats for five seasons with its gripping plot, and now the saga of Bob Odenkirk’s Saul Goodman is coming to an end indefinitely with the release of its sixth and final season.
While this may be frustrating for Better Call Saul fans, their anticipation for the final season more than makes up for it.
In terms of the plot for the last season, Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) will finally complete his transition into criminal defence attorney Saul Goodman of Albuquerque, which will be seen by people all over the world.
What makes it even more thrilling to watch is seeing if Jimmy (Bob) loses his senses during his transition.
Season 6 Release Date?
The Breaking Bad prequel, which has received about 30 Emmy nominations, is due to premiere on AMC on April 18th across the United States. Now, back to business: when and where can we (Indians) binge-watch the BCS final season?
The answer to (where?) is undoubtedly Netflix, which already has all five seasons of the show available. Now, in terms of (When?), fans outside of the United States will receive weekly episode drops. According to a recent tweet from Netflix UK, the show’s first two episodes will premiere on April 19th, thus fans will be treated to the last season’s first two episodes on April 18th, despite the time difference.