Better Call Saul Season 6 Part 2 Is Finally Here
The much-anticipated second part of season 6 of Better Call Saul finally arrives today. The Breaking Bad spin-off first aired in 2015 and is now enjoying its final season. Meanwhile, just over a month ago, fans got to watch the first part of the sixth season. There is little doubt that fans will be excited about the second part which left them with a major cliffhanger in episode 7.
Better Call Saul season 6, part 2
We are all excited to know what happens next after that shocking cliffhanger at the end of part 1. So far, a trailer has been released but doesn’t really give us any major hints about part 2.
Howard Hamlin’s death scene at the end of part 1 was a shocker, as it brought Lalo Salamanca back from the dead. Meanwhile, since the start of season 6, Howard has been Jimmy McGill’s antithesis. However, while he was unlikeable at first, Hamlin went on to become someone worth rooting for, which made his death that much sadder.
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The final season of #BetterCallSaul returns Monday at 9pm on @AMC_TV and @AMCPlus. pic.twitter.com/q2vPJzJXlc
— Better Call Saul (@BetterCallSaul) July 7, 2022
Today, the first episode of part 2 will air, with the rest of the six episodes will drop on Mondays at 9 pm ET. Once the six episodes are up, this will mark the end of a highly successful Breaking Bad spin-off. The finale is set to air on Monday, August 15 and should cover the downfall of Jimmy McGill into the attorney we knew so well in Breaking Bad. However, when he actually becomes Saul Goodman is, so far, unknown but that question is likely to be answered in part 2 of Better Call Saul.
Who joins the cast in season 6 part 2?
One thrilling piece of news is the introduction of Breaking Bad stars, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). In fact, they are to make an appearance in the final episodes of the popular show. So far, it isn’t clear how their characters will be introduced in Better Call Saul.
Meanwhile, the death of Howard Hamlin in the mid-season finale makes it clear that none of the main characters are safe, except, of course, Saul Goodman. For one, Kim Wexler’s fate is concerning, as she never appeared in Breaking Bad. Whatever the case, it is unlikely that most of the characters in Better Call Saul will meet a happy ending.
As noted by TVLine, The first episode of part 2 of Better Call Saul will air on AMC and Netflix and the teaser trailer is included here:
Readers, are you excited to watch part 2 of season 6 of Better Call Saul? Moreover, especially so when seeing Walter White and Jesse Pinkman again? Let us know your thoughts by dropping a comment below.