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Gus Fring actor Giancarlo Esposito says AMC's acclaimed Breaking Bad TV show spinoff prequel Better Call Saul will end after six seasons.
Tony Dalton, who plays the villainous character Lalo, is being upgraded to series regular status for next year's Better Call Saul season 5.
The fifth season of AMC's acclaimed drama Better Call Saul won't premiere until 2020, a decision that was driven by talent needs.
Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are both great shows, but they both do some things better (and worse) than the other.
Now that AMC's Breaking Bad is coming to the big screen, here all the questions fans need answers to from the series finale back in 2013.
We're still waiting for our Hogwarts acceptance letter, but in the meantime, let's sort these Better Call Saul characters into their houses, shall we?
When it comes to Breaking Bad and its spin-off prequel, nobody's forcing anybody to pick teams—but here are a few things Better Call Saul did better.
A Breaking Bad movie is on its way featuring Jesse Pinkman, and with Better Call Saul's black and white flash-forwards are a great way to set it up.
Better Call Saul's ending is nearing, but as important as it is to see Jimmy become Saul, the finale should look further into the future.
Better Call Saul finally introduced Saul Goodman - but it's a long way off Breaking Bad. Here's everything that needs to happen in season 5.
Better Call Saul's fourth season took the show further into Breaking Bad territory, revealing some key pieces of missing information along the way.
Better Call Saul's newest character is actually an unseen figure from Breaking Bad who has massive connections to Saul Goodman.
Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk shoots down a popular fan theory claiming Chuck's final letter to Jimmy was actually written by Kim.