Fans of Better Call Saul have been waiting for more episodes for a long time, anxious for more following the stunning season 5 finale that blew everyone’s minds.
The show has established its own legacy throughout the years, becoming much more than a Breaking Bad spin-off. If the Season 6 debut taught us anything, it’s that when it all comes to an end, everyone will be devastated.
In the age of binge-watching boxsets, though, it’s unusual not to be able to consume a whole season of television in one sitting, and it’s critical to ensure you don’t miss out on a much-anticipated episode.
So, let’s talk about the release date for Better Call Saul season 6 episode 4.
Better Call Saul season 6 Episode 4 release date:
Better Call Saul Episode 4 will air on AMC and AMC+ at 9/8c on Monday, May 2nd, 2022. On the other hand, it will be available on Netflix worldwide the next day, on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022.
The episode is already known as Hit and Run, and it was directed by Rhea Seehorn, with Ann Cherkis writing the script.
The sixth and final season will have a total of 13 episodes, however, it will be broken into two parts: the first will have seven episodes and the second will have six.
There is a little pause between portions, as you might imagine.
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What Happen in Better Call Saul Previous Season?
Jimmy tells Kim the truth about his desert journey with Mike in the season 5 finale. They’d taken up residence in a downtown hotel. Mike confirms it when he tells Gus that Nacho and Lalo paid a visit to Lalo’s Chihuahua home. Kim takes up 20 pending crimes as a pro gratis client of a public defender. Nacho gets a phone call at 3 a.m., telling him to unlock Lalo’s gate and let him in.
Kim notifies Howard that she has resigned from Schweikart and Cokely. Mike informs Jimmy of Lalo’s death, and Mike informs Kim. They discuss sabotaging Howard in order to accelerate Jimmy’s portion of the Sandpiper settlement. Lalo was assassinated, and the survivor should contact the murderer’s middleman and report the crime.
Where to watch online
On an above-mentioned day, viewers may watch Better Call Saul season 6, episode 4 on AMC. Episode 4 will be available on Netflix on May 3 for viewers all around the world.
Who Is In The Cast Of Better Call Saul?
As usual, public defender turned sleazy criminal Bob Odenkirk will be in charge of the crew. Rhea Seehorn will reprise her role as Kim Wexler, Michael Mando will reprise his role as Nacho Vargo, Patrick Fabian will reprise his role as Howard Hamlin, Tony Dalton will reprise his role as Lalo Salamanca, Jonathan Banks will reprise his role as Mike Ehrmantraut, and Giancarlo Esposito will reprise his role as Gus Fring.
Not only that, but Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will reprise their Breaking Bad roles as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, respectively. Are you eager for additional information? We’ll have to wait and see how things turn out.