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Breaking Bad News: Bob Odenkirk confirms Better Call Saul Season 5 delayed to 2020, Plot, Release date & more

The prequel of the popular AMC Television series Breaking Bad has been lined to be broadcasted in 2020, says the AMC President Sarah Barnett.

The most beloved AMC Television series the Better Call Saul which started in February 2015 is about to cross its 5th milestone in 2020, albeit the viewers expected it to be out this year. Nevertheless, Sarah Barnett promises it to fulfill viewers expectations as she told the reason for the delay being “talent needs.” In the interview with Vulture, she showcased her dedication and seriousness when she said, “It’s driven by talent needs, which we would not override if it would result in a worse show.”

RECALL SEASON 4

The death of McGill’s brother Chuck provided with the perfect fuel to aid his transformation. McGill stepping into the criminal world was risky for his relationship and career. Chuck’s death left Howard and Kim dejected. Mike became a security consultant for Madrigal.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM BETTER CALL SAUL

Well, it was very conspicuous in Season 4. McGill had started to accept the dark side, which worried his girlfriend, Kim Wexler. It can be said that in the upcoming season, we can see the full transformation of McGill into Saul Goodman. McGill’s revelation to Kim Wexler made viewers to presume their relation’s breakdown, but it did not come true. It is expected to see deterioration in their relationship in the new season. The main cast is expected to remain the same, except Tony Dalton’s who was assigned a guest role, will be embraced in the main cast.

Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman – Better Call Saul

THE END: SEASON 6

Better take a call! The series will be doomed with Season 6 to leave the viewers in a gloom. Giancarlo Esposito said the series would be wrapped up after the sixth season. The series will be consisting of a similar number of shows as its predecessor. He said, “There will be six seasons,” “It seems like that’s the way, the comfortable way, to end this show.” Sarah also told in Vulture’s interview, “Well, we know the end was already written before the beginning began. The writers, they have a very particular, apparent sense of the arc of their show.”