Fans have been waiting for the cameo of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in Better Call Saul. The prequel is soon coming to an end. So, can fans finally see the original characters from Breaking Bad joining the Season 6?
According to Screenrant, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have expressed their interests to appear on the spin-off series time and over again. During his live stream on Instagram, Paul talked about a variety of topics, including the possibility of exploring the Breaking Bad universe, along with Cranston.
The two discussed the idea of appearing on Better Call Saul Season 6 before it officially comes to an end.
“We always get asked about Better Call Saul and whether Jesse or Walt are gonna show up on that show,” Bryan Cranston said. “I don’t know how many times we’ve gotta tell Vince that we’re ready to do it.”
He even joked that one of the show’s creators, Vince Gilligan, does not love them anymore because he never hears their request.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul both reprised their roles in the Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, which gave closure to Jesse Pinkman’s side of the story. Here, Walter White had a brief cameo.
If ever these two made it in Better Call Saul Season 6, it will be a tremendous fan service that viewers will definitely celebrate about. However, knowing Vince Gilligan, their return should fit the last installment’s story and not just to give what the viewers want.
After the major cliffhanging finale, fans are now waiting for Better Call Saul Season 6’s release date. Lalo (Tony Dalton) managed to survive the attack, so he would surely take his revenge on the next season.
As it is supposed to be out in a year, the COVID-19 pandemic puts everything to a stop. This affects not just the people, but the production of all shows all over the world.
By this time, the show’s writers might have finished writing some episodes of Better Call Saul Season 6. It would have been starting filming in May and may out in the same month next year, Den of Geek noted.
However, this still depends on how the COVID-19 pandemic plays out in the coming months. As the nationwide lockdown and social distancing protocols are still in place, it remains to be seen when Better Call Saul Season 6 will be out.
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