AMC's Better Call Saul finished filming this month, with Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould now in edit mode ahead of the Breaking Bad prequel's scheduled air date in February 2015.
Cast and crew bid goodbye to Albuquerque one by one over the past couple of weeks, but their parting will only be brief as season 2 is also set to film there next year.
"Goodbye Albuquerque. Until next time..." wrote producer Nina Jack, with actor Michael Mando adding: "Wrapped on our beautiful show."
BCS news has been fairly thin on the ground since the release of its theme song, with most of the discussion revolving around a mysterious billboard that popped up in ABQ not connected with the show bearing the words: "DO NOT CALL SAUL".
Goodbye Albuquerque. Until next time.... pic.twitter.com/y7xIm1bBl9— Nina (@ncjack) October 17, 2014
We didn’t do this — can anybody explain what this is about? pic.twitter.com/dGMKPBaYZS— Peter Gould (@petergould) October 15, 2014
As it turned out, it wasn't erected by a citizen of the city angry about the show's huge effect on it, but by a local lawyer warning of ambulance-chasers like Saul.
Better Call Saul has still yet to be given an official release date by AMC or Netflix, but is on track for February 2015.Reuse content