Better Call Saul: When does series return from its mid-season break?

‘Breaking Bad’ prequel is coming to a close with its sixth season on Netflix and AMC

Inga Parkel
Wednesday 25 May 2022 20:44
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Better Call Saul’s sixth and final season began airing its first seven episodes on AMC TV on 18 April in the US and 19 April on Netflix in the UK.

With the first half of the series concluding on 23 May in the US and 24 May in the UK, a seven-week mid-season break will follow – making for a much shorter hiatus than its sequel Breaking Bad’s year-long split between its final season’s two halves.

Part two of Better Call Saul is expected to return with its final six episodes airing weekly, beginning on 11 July in the US and 12 July in the UK.

The Breaking Bad prequel follows the humble beginnings of attorney Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) before he began representing Walter White (Bryan Cranston), the notorious chemist-turned-meth dealer.

Ahead of the hit drama’s anticipatory return, check out our other recommendations of the best shows to watch on AMC+, including Killing Eve and Fear the Walking Dead.

Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul debuts the last episode of part one of its final season on 23 May on AMC TV in the US and a day later on Netflix UK.

Part two returns with the final six episodes starting to air on 11 July on AMC TV in the US and 12 July on Netflix in the UK.

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