Better Call Saul Season 6 Part 2 - Here's When the Show Will Return With Episode 8
The first part of Season 6 is over.
Better Call Saul recently released the mid-season finale of Season 6, “Plan and Execution.” The seventh episode completed the first batch of episodes of the latest season, and now, the show will take a break before releasing the rest of the episodes. Fortunately, the break won’t be too long as Better Call Saul will return with Season 6 Part 2 in July.
AMC’s Better Call Saul is in its final season, so it’s no wonder that so many character arcs are coming to a close. We’ve already said our goodbyes to Nacho, a character that we have been seeing since season 1. Apart from that, the show has been hinting at a dark ending for Kim Wexler, who is paranoid after learning that Lalo is alive. Salamanca is plotting his revenge, which puts Kim and Gus Fring in a vulnerable position.
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Honestly, it’s hard to say how the show creators plan on ending the remarkable Breaking Bad prequel series. But the good thing is that episode 7 of Season 6 isn’t the end, and the show will soon return with more incredible episodes.
AMC confirmed that Better Call Saul Season 6 would feature a total of thirteen episodes. Part 1 had the first seven episodes, and the remaining six episodes will return with Part 2, which will conclude the final season.
Better Call Saul Season 6 Part 2 Will Premiere in July with Episode 8
Part 2 of Better Call Saul Season 6 would premiere on AMC and AMC Plus with the release of Episode 8 on Monday, July 11th, 2022, at 6 PM PDT (Pacific Timing)/9 PM EDT (Eastern Timing). However, the release date of the eighth episode would be Tuesday, July 12nd, 2022, for Netflix. After that, the show will follow a weekly release schedule, and it will eventually come to an end with Season 6 Episode 13 on August 15th, 2022.
The official Twitter account for Better Call Saul recently announced a Talking Saul segment after tonight’s episode. The session will feature Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, and Peter Gould talking about season 6. So, be sure to stick to your screens after watching the seventh episode to get more insights on the final season.
AMC has also released a six-episode animated series, SlippinJimmy. So, while waiting for Season 6 Part 2, you can dive into the spin-off series to get more familiar with Jimmy McGill.