Every Breaking Bad fan is eagerly awaiting the return of Bryan Cranston’s Walter White and Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman in Better Call Saul season 6, however present co-creator Peter Gould says viewers will probably be getting much more than that.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Gould reveals the thought course of behind letting the proverbial cat out of the bag and hints on the forthcoming surprises.
“I’m gonna be incredibly frank with you. Vince [Gilligan] and I talked about it and I think we both thought that we’d been cagey for long enough. Don’t forget that Aaron and Bryan also have to keep this under their lid and everybody asks them about it, and it just felt like the right moment to let the cat out of the bag, because for better or for worse, I have to say that there are so many other surprises and left turns this season that I kinda wanted to take that one off the table.”
Better Call Saul has expertly stored many secrets and techniques all through its run, however season 6 was a marked departure when it was confirmed that the Breaking Bad duo could be coming to the collection. It solely is smart contemplating Better Call Saul is wrapping up and coming fairly near the start of Breaking Bad, and it solely builds up the joy for it. Gould added, “I have to say, if I thought that that was the biggest surprise or the biggest spoiler, I probably wouldn’t have said it.”
The collection does have a number of questions that also have to be answered, so the reveal appears like followers are getting tossed a bone. The destiny of Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) is without doubt one of the largest mysteries within the collection. In Breaking Bad, Saul Goodman mentioned that he had been divorced twice, however Kim wasn’t in that collection in any respect.
There’s hypothesis that Kim may die within the remaining season, or that she leaves Jimmy / Saul as a result of they’ve gone too far down this unlucky highway, however proper now it may go both method. Seehorn mentioned that regardless of the writers give you, she’ll be pleased with it.
Gus Fring actor Giancarlo Esposito said he felt uncomfortable in season 6, and one has to surprise why this explicit season was so completely different. His rival Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) may meet his finish quickly. Lalo’s in search of revenge on Nacho (Michael Mando) for having set him up within the season 5 finale, and like many Breaking Bad characters, it’s unlikely he’ll have a contented ending.
Better Call Saul airs Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC.