Better Call Saul ended its seven-year run of six critically praised seasons with the appropriately named episode “Saul Gone.” The Breaking Bad spinoff had established itself as a fitting successor to the original series, recounting Jimmy McGill’s escapades before he was known as Saul Goodman. But What’s Better Call Saul Doing now that the Show has Ended?
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In 2022, he starred in The People’s Joker, a Coming of age parody superhero film. The movie premiered on September 13, 2022. His next big project is the Straight Man Tv series in 2023, based on the novel by Richard Russo. In the 2023 film Worlds Apart, which centers on three couples stranded at home at the start of a lockdown, he will also play Jonathan Wigglesworth.
In episode 26 of season 8 of CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Seehorn played the role of No-One victim. The part of Seehorn in the television series Cooper’s Bar, for which she also acts as co-creator, director, and executive producer, is the most notable.
He continues to voice Lex Luthor in the Harley Quinn animated series, and he will return to play Moff Gideon in season three of The Mandalorian. Other roles played by Esposito include Gray Parish in the television series Parish and Marshall’s voice in the Russo Brothers’ movie The Electric State.
In the upcoming psychological thriller TV series Constellation, created by Peter Harness, Banks’ next role will be. Noomi Rapace and Banks will both play the role of Henry in the movie.
In Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, McKean played the role of Sleazy MC. In Scoob!: Holiday Haunt, he was also slated to provide a character’s voice. The following role for McKean will be David St. Hubbins in the 2024 film Spinal Tap II.
In three episodes of Big Shot’s second season on Disney+, Fabian played Mark. In ‘The Other Zoey,’ an upcoming romantic comedy, Fabian will play Matt MacLaren.
In the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Sinking Spring,” produced by Peter Craig and Ridley Scott, Mando has agreed to co-star with Brian Tyree Henry.
Since the end of the program, Dalton hasn’t been in any new projects, and he doesn’t have any forthcoming film or television roles booked. He portrayed Jack Duquesne in the Disney Marvel television series Hawkeye (2021) and has expressed interest in playing other characters in the MCU.