The fittingly titled episode “Saul Gone” brought Better Call Saul’s seven-year run of six critically acclaimed seasons to an end. The Breaking Bad prequel series was a success, much like its predecessor, which ended after five seasons on television more than ten years ago. Better Call Saul, which chronicled Jimmy McGill’s adventures before becoming Saul Goodman, has proven to be a worthy successor to the original series. The critics critically acclaimed all seasons of Better Call Saul, and today we will be Ranking every season of Better Call Saul by Rotten Tomatoes, Tomatometer.
The final episode of the series revealed Jimmy McGill’s fate of the crimes he committed and how they affected numerous people’s lives. He received what he truly deserved, as was to be anticipated. Kim Wexler, Jimmy McGill’s longtime wife and a participant in some of his scams was seen for the last time in the finale episode.
Every Better Call Saul Season Ranked by Rotten Tomatoes
Season 1 | 97% Based on 291 Critic Ratings
When we first meet Jimmy McGill, he is the man who will become Saul Goodman. He is a part-time lawyer working hard to make ends meet and looking for a better future. A “fixer,” Mike Erhmantraut, works with Jimmy but frequently against him.
Season 2 | 97% Based on 182 Critic Ratings
In season one, Jimmy was thrust into the middle of a significant class action lawsuit, which led to a good job offer at a prestigious Davis & Main firm. Will Jimmy choose the secure corporate position on the right when given the option, or will he return to his “Slippin’ Jimmy” con artist ways?
Season 3 | 98% Based on 175 Critic Ratings
As season three begins, the effects of Chuck’s scheme put Jimmy and Kim’s budding law careers and marriage to the ultimate test. Meanwhile, Mike searches for a shadowy adversary who appears to know practically everything about his business. This existential threat pushes Jimmy’s already fraying moral compass to the limit.
Season 4 | 99% Based on 185 Critic Ratings
In Season 4, Jimmy joins the criminal underworld after experiencing a setback, jeopardizing his relationship with Kim and his legal career.
Season 5 | 99% Based on 184 Critic Ratings
Finally, Jimmy decides to practice law as “Saul Goodman,” which changes everything. And as a result of this decision, everyone in his environment will soon experience waves of change that are unexpected and significant.
Season 6 | 99% Based on 175 Critic Ratings
Jimmy McGill, the season’s conflicted protagonist, completes his challenging journey and development into Saul Goodman, a criminal defense lawyer, in the final season. From the cartel to the courts, from Albuquerque to Omaha, season six follows Jimmy, Saul, and Gene, as well as Jimmy’s complicated relationship with Kim, who is going through her existential crisis.