The 13th episode of season 6 of Better Call Saul, the crime drama that debuted in 2015 and followed the life of Jimmy Mcgill, played by Bob Odenkirk, ended its run on Monday, August 15. One of the most eagerly awaited parts of AMC’s finale was finding out what would happen to the notorious attorney known only as Saul Goodman.
Like its predecessor, which finished after 5 seasons on the air over a decade ago, the Breaking Bad prequel series was a hit. And it must be made clear that this was made possible not only by the flawless storyline written by Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan but also by the skillful characterization of each character that gave the show its life.
Bob Odenkirk’s character in the post-Breaking Bad line, who fled to Omaha, Nebraska, as he was being sought by the DEA in the wake of the mayhem, he helped cause while Walter White (Bryan Cranston) armed an entire criminal empire, ultimately had closure in the program.
Given how many people were impacted by Jimmy McGill’s illegal activities, his destiny at the end of Better Call Saul was not the happiest. However, for many viewers, the series’ satisfying conclusion was Jimmy’s imprisonment for most crimes he committed.
Currently, Better Call Saul is up for seven Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Bob Odenkirk, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for Rhea Seehorn, and other nods in the sound, music, and writing categories.
The most significant accomplishment of the sixth chapter was actually attained by Better Call Saul during the airing of its last episode. High ratings were achieved at the series’ conclusion.
2.7 million viewers for AMC, including Nielsen ratings with 1.1 million people ages 25-54, and many more watching on AMC+, where the most recent season continues to rank No. 1 in broadcaster history, made the ending of the tale the most viewed episode of the season, according to AMC.