Better Call Saul season 5 release date: Bob Odenkirk's return as Jimmy McGill announced in first teaser

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Better Call Saul: season 5 release date - teaser

The return date of Better Call Saul has been announced.

One month after the release of Breaking Bad‘s film sequel El Camino, it has been revealed that the show’s prequel will come back for a fifth season next year.

AMC released a brief teaser with the date 23 February, 2020. The US network will broadcast the first two episodes on that date.

Netflix usually streams the show in the UK the following day, so expect the episodes to become available on 24 February.

Bob Odenkirk will return as Jimmy McGill, whose journey to becoming Saul Goodman – the crooked lawyer we know him as in Breaking Bad – is in full swing following the climactic events of season four.

Rhea Seehorn (Kim Wexler), Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut) and Giancarlo Esposito (Gus Fring) will also return in the new episodes.

The first four seasons of Better Call Saul are available to stream on Netflix now.

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