After the success of Better Call Saul, the head of AMC has stated that the “door is always open” for the possibility of another Breaking Bad spin-off series.
Dan McDermott, head of entertainment and AMC Studios at AMC Networks, expressed his optimism that Vince Gilligan. And Peter Gould will produce another program to add to the Breaking Bad world shortly.
In an interview with Variety, McDermott stated: “I can tell you that if I could do anything to urge Vince and Peter to carry on in this universe, I would do it.
“I believe you’d have to ask them, but the door is always open. And I hope for the day Vince, Peter, or our friends at Sony call me on the phone. And say, “Hey, I think this is where another show takes place.” “I suppose you’d have to ask them.”
The end of season six and the last season of Better Call Saul is scheduled to take place in August. This show comes before the one called Breaking Bad and covers attorney Jimmy McGill’s life before the events of that episode (Bob Odenkirk).
Other characters from Breaking Bad, such as Mike Ehrmantraut (who played Jonathan Banks). Aand Gus Fring, have also appeared in the Breaking Bad spin-off (Giancarlo Esposito). Walter White (played by Bryan Cranson) and Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul) are scheduled to appear in the series’ final episodes.
From 2008 through 2013, Breaking Bad aired for five seasons. A continuation of Pinkman’s narrative was told in the 2019 film El Camino. A Breaking Bad Movie, which was released as a sequel in 2019.
On July 11, the final season of Better Call, Saul will pick up where it left off.