Better… late than never?
Nearly two years may pass between Better Call Saul Season 5 and the acclaimed AMC drama’s farewell run, which likely will not arrive until early 2022.
Better Call Saul closed out Season 5 back on April 20, and until now has at the most allowed about 16 months between seasons (which was the case with 4 and 5).
In surveying the cabler’s upcoming schedule, AMC Networks chief Josh Sapan said on a Friday-morning earnings call, “We still have some shifting around due to COVID-related production delays for our shows.” The exec noted that while AMC boasts “a fuller slate of Walking Dead shows than we’ve had in some time — with The Walking Dead back and Fear the Walking Dead back at full strength, and then the second season of World Beyond — for Better Call Saul it does look likely, at this point, that [it] will move into the first quarter of 2022. That’s the way we’re seeing it right now.”
As for other AMC shows including Killing Eve Season 4, the situation is dependent “on a production timing schedule,” Sapan said. “We’ll have a clearer view, I think, next quarter.”
I actually don’t mind the wait. After the final season of BCS airs, my 13 year commitment to the “Breaking Bad” universe will be over.
I am personally holding out for another series. In the finale, Kim escapes via the vacuum store. New series focuses on her new life post Jimmy and parallel to BB.
I’d watch that. Rhea is a fantastic actress and has the #bestponytailonTV
Now I would watch that. I wish she received more love for her performance, especially this past season.
Now I’m torn. I wanted the end of the series to be Kim walking into Gene’s Cinnabon since she’s from Nebraska.
If she could move to Alaska then we could have the ending of her show be meeting Jesse….