This story gives away things that happen in the Better Call Saul episode “Waterworks.” All gone, man. The last episode of Better Call Saul, “Saul Gone”, will air on Monday. It will also be the final episode of the entire Breaking Bad universe. In the August 15 episode of Breaking Bad: The Prequel, written and directed by showrunner Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan, who made Breaking Bad, made the show together, fugitive Gene Takovic (Bob Odenkirk) is on the run after being caught by Marion (Carol Burnett). Gene’s cover was blown when he got into a fight with his partner, the cab driver Jeff (Pat Healy), who is Marion’s son. He was the con artist Saul Goodman from Albuquerque (Odenkirk).
“There is a lot of stress. It’s terrifying. Many hands are getting sweaty. A lot of nights without sleep, “During the AMC Television Critics Association presentation, Gould talked about the Better Call Saul series finale. “I ask myself, “Who are we trying to make happy?” I believe we do.
Gould went on, “I think the thing I’m proudest of is that it’s true. And we’re still playing on the same court we started on, which I think is a big deal.”
Gould added, “All we can do is hope” that Saul is an excellent ending to the Breaking Bad universe.
Odenkirk and co-star Giancarlo Esposito, who plays drug lord Gus Fring, will stay at AMC for two new original series: Straight Man, in which Odenkirk plays a professor at a mediocre college in rural Pennsylvania, and The Driver, in which Esposito plays a delivery driver who is on the slippery slope of going back to a life of crime. Gilligan will soon pitch a new show that “couldn’t be more different from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul.” The project at Sony Pictures TV has been called a “grounded, mixed-genre drama” similar to The Twilight Zone.
“You can’t keep betting everything on “red 21.” “Gilligan said during AMC’s virtual TCA panel. “Then I did El Camino, the Breaking Bad movie, which I’m also very proud of. Making a spinoff of Breaking Bad was a bit of a stretch, but I’m so happy with how it turned out. But I’m starting to understand that you must know when it’s time to leave. You do not want to be the person wearing a lampshade on your head.
Gilligan added: “I have no plans to do anything else in this universe right now. I know that I probably said the same thing at the end of Breaking Bad. I have to show myself that I can do something else.