Better Call Saul season 6: Bob Odenkirk teases a new perspective

Better Call SaulBetter Call Saul season 6 is currently in production and, while you may be waiting a while to see it, there is still a cause for excitement. We keep hearing little tidbits about what lies ahead and the more that comes out, the more desperate we are to see the end product!

So how about this for a tease? The final season of Better Call Saul could dramatically change the way that you view Breaking Bad.

Want to be able to watch our upcoming Better Call Saul reviews? Then our best advice to you is rather simple: Subscribe to Matt & Jess on YouTube! The moment the show is back, we’ll have all sorts of discussions.

During a new People TV interview via the Screen Actors Guild Awards (watch below), Odenkirk makes this dramatic confession. Clearly, things happen across these final episodes that significantly shift the foundation of certain characters — we’re getting new the Breaking Bad timeline and with that, it only makes sense that certain elements change and evolve.

In this interview Odenkirk also discusses how he still likes to be surprised by the story. Because he is a producer on the show he is entitled to look at scripts and have some input in advance; yet, he often shies away from it, allowing the creative team to do their job and allowing him to stay in the moment.

Based on when Better Call Saul started filming and also some of AMC’s current schedule plans, you’re probably going to be waiting until 2022 to see the final season. Fingers crossed that it is worth the long wait; we know that there are 13 episodes ahead instead of the usual 10, so maybe that’s a way of making up for it.

Related Be sure to get some other news on Better Call Saul right now

What do you most want to see when it comes to Better Call Saul season 6?

How do you think the show is going to conclude? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments! Once you do just that, remember to stick around — there are some further updates coming throughout production. (Photo: AMC.)

Love TV? Be sure to like Matt & Jess on Facebook for more updates!