Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul confirmed for final ‘Better Call Saul’ series

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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have been confirmed for the final series of You better call Saul

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Actor Bob Odenkirk will reprise his role as Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman in the sixth and final season of You better call Saul this month for the Breaking Bad spin-off TV series ends after seven years.

A first look at Breaking Bads Cranston and Paul as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman respectively in the final season of the popular spin-off show was shared by program makers earlier today (April 10).

It was shared with the caption, “They’re coming back.”

You can see the message below.

There has been much speculation about the pair’s return to the show, with creators Vince Gilligan previously saying, “It would be a damn shame if the show ended without [Cranston and Paul] appear” and Peter Gould said “these two worlds intersect in a way you’ve never seen before” (via Variety

Yesterday (April 9) Gould officially confirmed that both Cranston and Paul will guest star in the show’s final season.

Speaking at PaleyFest LA on a You better call Saul panel moderated by Varietyhe confirmed their return, but didn’t elaborate on what fans could expect.

“I don’t want to spoil the audience, but I will say that the first question we had when we started the show was, ‘Are we going to see Walt and Jesse on the show?’ Instead of dodging, I just say yes,” Gould told the panel.

“Whatever the circumstances or whatever, you’ll just have to find that out for yourself, but I have to say that’s one of the many things I think you’ll discover this season.”
Star of the show Bob Odenkirk also teased that “more” is coming from the final season “if you can believe it,” but revealed no further details.

Earlier this month, the actor credited CPR and was in “good shape” for the movie Nobody for saving his life after he had a heart attack. The actor suffered a heart attack in New Mexico last July while filming You better call Saul.

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