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Airs: Monday, April 18
Time: 9 p.m. ET / PT on AMC and AMC Plus
Netflix has international rights and will debut weekly on Netflix the day after it premieres on AMC
Collider said:The show’s final season promises to be the long-awaited payoff to that as we see the shady yet resourceful lawyer have to reckon with his past in a future that is already set. We know where this all leads.
Variety said:There’s ever more indulgence of the tropes and concerns of “Breaking Bad,” a world in which wrongdoing wasn’t confined to small disputes between Albuquerque attorneys but came to encompass vast conspiracies.
Chicago Sun-Times said:Within three minutes we’re reminded why this is one of the most visually creative series in television history.
EW said:There has always been a vague notion that Saul was going to slowly become the previous show, with greater focus on the Fring-adjacent underworld. But these early episodes confirm the prequel as its own unique entertainment. Co-creator Peter Gould has built out a fascinating corner of the Breaking Bad world originally conceived by co-creator Vince Gilligan. Saul can be devastating and thrilling when you least expect it, whether it's staging a heist scene in a country club or rediscovering some old familiar characters in downbeat new digs.
indieWire said:A major part of the appeal of the “Breaking Bad”iverse has long been watching each story’s central figure wriggle out of some unthinkable jam. The first two episodes of Season 6 aren’t yet overflowing with operatic tragedy yet, but this is a creative team that knows how to wring metric tons of dread from even the smallest-scale obstacles.
The Playlist said:The moral complexity in Better Call Saul has long been one of its greatest strengths, and it certainly doesnt feel like the show is going to eschew that for simple resolutions as it gets to the finish line.