American actors, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, created an iconic fictional character duo with their performances in the TV series, Breaking Bad. While the last episode of the series aired almost a decade ago in 2013, the characters remain one of the most developed personalities in the TV and a spin-off from the popular series starring Bob Odenkirk is also coming to an end.
The sixth and final season of Better Call Saul is due to premiere next week and the entire Breaking Bad community is going nostalgic on the decades-long journey of the characters. Featuring Bob Odenkirk as the lead, Better Call Saul is a spin-off of a con artist-turned lawyer from the Breaking Bad series. First aired in 2015, the series has reached its finale and the hype is getting real with the confirmation of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reprising their characters of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the last season of Better Call Saul.
They’re coming back. #BetterCallSaul pic.twitter.com/IXDq6KarcN
— Better Call Saul (@BetterCallSaul) April 10, 2022
Co-creator of the show, Peter Gould, has also confirmed the news recently by not evading the popular question about the cameos. “I don’t want to spoil things for the audience, but I will say the first question we had when we started the show was, ‘Are we gonna see Walt and Jesse on the show?’ Instead of evading, I’ll just say yeah,” he said as he refrained from spoiling the details. Meanwhile, Bob Odenkirk managed to spill that the finale will have more than just cameos from the legendary characters.
Earlier Aaron Paul had reprised his character of Jesse Pinkman in the Netflix’s spin-off movie El Camino, which took the finale of Breaking Bad forward and completed the story of Jesse Pinkman. The movie also featured Bryan Cranston as Walter White for a brief cameo along with many other characters from the award-winning show.
Directed by Giancarlo Esposito, the final season of Better Call Saul will premiere on April 18 featuring Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn in key roles.
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