Better Call Saul is wrapping up its story with season 6 on AMC, but the Saul Goodman prequel might not be the end in the Breaking Bad universe. The creator of the Show, Peter Gould, confirmed which characters could return to star in a spin-off series.
AMC aired five seasons of Breaking Bad until its conclusion in 2013. Two years after its conclusion, fans received the chance to learn the origin story of Jimmy McGill becoming the lawyer. Saul Goodman in Better Call Saul, which is now wrapping up after six installments on the air.
With Better Call Saul coming to an end with the final six episodes of season 6 set to debut on AMC on July 11, many fans are wondering what other character from the Breaking Bad universe could get a spinoff. During a recent interview, showrunner Peter Gould revealed who might be back for a spin-off.
Peter Gould told Metro that there is a possibility that more characters could have spin-offs, referring to the possible expansion of the universe that began in 2008 with Walter White (Bryan Cranston ) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) at the helm.
In a conversation with the British outlet at the Tribeca Film Festival, Peter Gould revealed the possibility of the universe expanding and how individual characters in the series could have spin-offs including Walter White’s brother-in-law, DEA agent Hank Schrader who was played by Dean Moris.
“Each one of those characters could have their own series, he said. There’s no question about it. I mean, Kim Wexler, Mike Ehrmantraut, Hank Schrader.. could watch the Hank Schrader show, for sure.”
It has been 14 years since the Breaking Bad franchise debuted on screen. And recently. Kim Wexler’s Better Call Saul star Rhea Seehorn claimed that creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan are likely to get a break now that the prequel has come to an end.
It would be interesting to watch how a new television series will examine the life of Hank Schrader (Dean Norris), a significant figure in Walter White’s in the best criminal drama of all time. Better Call Saul’s creators do have a future spin-off in mind, but there are currently no plans to create it.
Well have to see what happens. I think well take a break for a while,” Gould told the outlet.