‘Breaking Bad’ Stars to Reprise Roles in Final Season of ‘Better Call Saul’

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Fans of Better Call Saul have hoped for some time that the end of the series would run into the beginnings of Breaking Bad. The prequel series centers on Jimmy McGill and his journey to becoming Saul Goodman, a lawyer who helps the Breaking Bad baddies conduct their nefarious business dealings.

And after yesterday’s Paleyfest panels, we now know our wishes will come true!

Better Call Saul co-creator Peter Gould announced that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul would reprise their respective Breaking Bad roles of “Walter White” and “Jesse Pinkman” in the series’ sixth and final season.

The final season of Better Call Saul begins next Monday, April 18 on AMC. Broken into two parts, the season will run until late May and will pick up again in early July. We’ll be recapping each episode after it airs, so stay tuned to Nerds and Beyond for all your Better Call Saul news!

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Margaret has been a writer and editor for Nerds and Beyond since 2018. She loves Grogu, Doctor Who, and The OA. And she's still salty about #WaywardSisters. Find her on Twitter and TikTok at @MargNation.
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