The second half of Better Call Saul’s final season will premiere in just a few days. A brand-new sneak peek previews the titular character’s important return to Nebraska. The destiny of Jimmy McGill, also known as Saul Goodman and later known as Gene of Cinnabon will be revealed in a new preview from AMC ahead of the July 11 debut, as hinted in the new 35-second black-and-white snippet.
A voice can be heard in the black and white sequence’s teaser, which is frequently connected to the flashbacks. It shows what our favorite Breaking Bad lawyer has been up to, stating, “I know who you are. You know who are you.” It’s a sign that things are about to get serious.
The sixth and final season of Better Call Saul did not open with the customary black-and-white scene highlighting Gene’s present time. The new teaser for the second half of the final episodes however suggest that Jeff, an enigmatic cab driver who first met Saul in Season 5, will engage in a heated argument with Gene. The former lawyer who is currently working as the manager of the Cinnabon in Omaha, Saul, is trying to take matters into his own hands in order to safeguard his identity.
Fans may expect to see Breaking Bad actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reprise their roles in the final episodes, despite the fact that the teaser may mislead viewers because the driver is not portrayed by the same person. It was announced in April that Cranston and Paul would return for Better Call Saul’s final season. The couple will appear together, but co-creator Peter Gould declined to elaborate at the panel discussion for the show at PaleyFest LA on April 9.
The sixth season of Better Call Saul premieres on Mondays at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC. Better Call Saul can be seen in its entirety on AMC+ and Netflix. Keep checking on Thirsty for the most recent information on the series and all of your favorite shows.
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