‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 trailer is out as the final season of the AMC spinoff of ‘Breaking Bad‘ sees protagonist Jimmy McGill embrace the titular persona of Saul Goodman. 

He’s no longer James McGill who’s trying to be a good lawyer or Slippin’ Jimmy who’s always looking to cut a corner. Now, he’s embraced the persona of Saul Goodman, which comes from McGill’s youthful refrain, “It’s all good man”. 

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Goodman, who we saw take on Walter White, the tragic meth kingpin, as a client in ‘Breaking Bad’ starts getting in deeper with the cartel. Finally, he and Kim Wexler are faced with the question of whether they’re wicked people. The couple, whose relationship has increasingly gotten tenuous over the seasons seems to be in a more fragile place than ever in the new trailer. 

Season 5 ended with Kim sabotaging Howard Hamlin, the managing partner of Kim’s old workplace, Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill. It also showed the hit on Lalo Salamanca, orchestrated by Nacho and Mike. However, this attempt gets botched as Lalo escapes to see his family killed and finds out Nacho was behind the attack. 

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He seems to bring in the fearsome Salamanca twins, who first struck fear in ‘Breaking Bad’. Troubles for Mike and Nacho grow and we see Gus Fring strike a deal with Hector Salamanca. Meanwhile, Kim and Saul also have to deal with Hamlin’s retribution. In the trailer, Mike warns, “Whatever happens next, it’s not going to go down the way you think it is”. 

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Initially, the final season of ‘Better Call Saul’ was slated to release in 2021, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic and further delayed when Bob Odenkirk, who plays Saul, suffered a heart attack. However, since then, he’s made a full recovery

For now, the 13-episode season will air on AMC in two parts. The first part will have back to back episodes starting April 18, while the second part will begin airing on July 11.