Better Call Saul season 4 release date: Filming finally underway on AMC/Netflix show

Christopher Hooton@christophhooton
Thursday 11 January 2018 10:33
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It's been almost a year since Better Call Saul was on our screens, and fans will have to wait a little longer for the fourth season as production on it has only just begun.

Perhaps referencing the delay, co-creator and showrunner Peter Gould tweeted a picture of the first slate, writing (sic): "We are..... rolling!!!".

The clapperboard confirms that Minkie Spiro will direct the first episode, with cinematographer Marshall Adams esquire back to steer the show's look.

Season 4 will presumably pick up after the dramatic events of the season 3 finale, which saw Jimmy's brother Chuck apparently die in a house fire.

Last season saw Breaking Bad villain Gustavo Fring become a show regular, and it's likely we'll see more BB favourites return this time around, although perhaps not quite such a big one.

Better Call Saul season 4 doesn't have a release date as yet, but is expected to arrive on AMC in the US and through Netflix worldwide in September.

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