The hit AMC drama Better Call Saul might be going again to its roots with its subsequent episode. With simply three episodes left within the sixth and last season, it has been revealed that the official title for subsequent week’s present, episode 611, is “Breaking Bad.” This is a full-circle second for the collection, as Bob Odenkirk initially debuted because the Saul Goodman character in a Breaking Bad episode titled, “Better Call Saul.”
This all however confirms that authentic Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul might be again to reprise their roles as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in subsequent week’s episode of Better Call Saul. It was introduced forward of season 6 that the 2 actors have been each set to return, but it surely was not revealed precisely which episode(s) would characteristic the 2. As the “Better Call Saul” episode of Breaking Bad introduced in Saul Goodman, it appears most definitely that the reverse will see Walt and Jesse come into the fray with their long-awaited appearances within the spinoff.
Over the years, many characters from Breaking Bad have been featured in Better Call Saul. Characters like Jonathan Banks’ Mike Ehrmantraut and Giancarlo Esposito’s Gus Fring have been main gamers within the spinoff, whereas different fan favorites have additionally made particular appearances resembling Dean Norris’ Hank, Laura Fraser’s Lydia, and Robert Forster’s Ed the Disappearer. But it hasn’t been till this last season when Cranston and Paul have been lastly given the decision to carry again popular culture’s hottest meth cooks.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston Are Stoked to Return
“First of all, I am so happy that I can finally talk about it,” Aaron Paul advised MovieWeb in an exclusive interview after the information was introduced. “It’s just like, Breaking Bad and shows like that and Better Call Saul are all shrouded in secrecy and mystery. So I’m happy to finally talk about it. To be honest, I’m a little shocked that I can talk about it. I thought that the plan was to sort of unveil it when the episodes aired, but here we are.”
Paul additionally talked about how he had continuously spoken with Cranston about their inevitable particular appearances, questioning if it was ever going to occur after 5 seasons had already passed by with out the decision. But maybe the Better Call Saul staff have been simply holding maintain of Walt and Jesse all alongside for the very finish to assist the spinoff collection exit with a bang.
“Brian and I would talk about it constantly, like, ‘Is it gonna happen?'” Paul mentioned. “Because we’re fans of Better Call Saul but like, how is it going to happen? You know, like, how is this going to happen? Because we’re still aging, it’s not like we’re not aging. So I was curious how it’s gonna happen.”
How Walt and Jesse will play into the story stays to be seen. There are three episodes left of Better Call Saul. They arrive Monday nights at 9 p.m. on AMC and AMC+.