On Thursday, AMC dropped intro video for the sixth and final season of It’s better to call Saul. The prequel was nominated for an Emmy Award for Break follows the moral decline of serious lawyer Jimmy McGill as he transforms into his corrupt alter ego from the original series, criminal defense attorney Saul Goodman.
In the two-minute preview, Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy is finally ready to break the bad. “Well, you know what they say,” he tells his soulmate and lover Kim (Rhea Seehorn). “The wicked run away when there is no one to pursue.” In response, Kim asked, “You think we’re cruel?”
The trailer leaves her question unanswered, but you can decide for yourself.
The clip also features many familiar faces besides Jimmy and Kim. Mike (Jonathan Banks), Gus (Giancarlo Esposito), Nacho (Michael Mando), and Lalo (Tony Dalton) are still fixed on the original Albuquerque crime scene. As the oddly mellow 1960s song “Days of Wine and Roses” plays in the background, we see ominous footage of guns pointed, cash exchanges, and bodies lined up in the grass.
And in a line at the end of the trailer that seems to double as a warning about the final chapter of the movie, Mike declares, “Whatever happens next, it’s not going to go down like you think.”
The sixth season of It’s better to call Saul will be revealed in two parts. The first season, consisting of seven episodes, will premiere on April 18 with two consecutive seasons, while the second season premieres on July 11.
The highly anticipated premiere after Odenkirk suffered a massive heart attack on set while filming the show last summer. He talked about the incident in an interview with Tonight’s reception earlier this week, and also shared his thoughts on the upcoming season.
“Best season ever, last season, it’s bananas, it’s crazy,” said Odenkirk ET. “They’ve done a great job and it will make you flutter.”
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