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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul to Reprise ‘Breaking Bad’ Characters in ‘Better Call Saul’ Final Season
Walt and Jesse are coming back.After years of fielding questions about an appearance by the “Breaking Bad” characters on the prequel series “Better Call Saul,” AMC confirmed on Saturday night that Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will indeed be back in some capacity in the upcoming final season of the Bob Odenkirk-fronted show. “Better Call Saul” co-creator Peter Gould first made the announcement on a Paley Fest panel on Saturday night.Further details about Cranston and Paul’s appearance were not revealed.The actors first returned to the roles of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the 2019 Netflix sequel film “El Camino,” which was written and directed by “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan and picked up immediately after the “Breaking Bad” finale left off, providing additional closure to Jesse Pinkman’s arc.The sixth and final season of “Better Call Saul” premieres on April 18 on AMC, but the season is being split up into two parts (Part 2 premieres in July), so it’s unknown during which part Cranston and Paul appear.Gould and Gilligan created “Better Call Saul” after the end of “Breaking Bad” as a way to expand the universe and explore the life of Saul Goodman – aka Jimmy McGill – before he crossed paths with criminal mastermind Walter White.
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Will Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Appear in ‘Better Call Saul’? Creators Say ‘It Would Be a Damn Shame’ if They Didn’t
Ethan Shanfeld The question of whether Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul would appear in “Better Call Saul” has loomed over the prequel series ever since its inception. And while co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have remained coy about the possibility of that crossover, the masterminds behind “Better Call Saul” told Variety at the final season premiere that the worlds do, indeed, crossover.As Gilligan said, “It would be a damn shame if the show ended without [Cranston and Paul] appearing, would it not?” He later added, “You heard it here first.”With its sixth and final season premiering on April 18, “Better Call Saul” takes place before the events of “Breaking Bad.” But as the hit AMC spinoff series nears the timeline of its predecessor, Gould says, “If it’s ever going to happen, this is when these two shows start crossing over.” While Cranston and Paul played Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, respectively, it’s unclear whether they will reprise the same roles in “Better Call Saul.” As Gould said coyly, “These two worlds crossover in a way that you haven’t seen before, that’s for sure.”Cranston and Paul previously reprised the roles of Walt and Jesse for 2019’s “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Film,” which followed Jesse after escaping enslavement from Todd (Jesse Plemons) and Uncle Jack’s (Michael Bowen) gang.While “Breaking Bad’s” Giancarlo Esposito and Jonathan Banks also star in its prequel series as Gustavo Fring and Mike Ehrmantraut, many other characters from the Vince Gilligan Cinematic Universe have also made their way into “Better Call Saul,” including Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis), Don Eladio (Luis Politti) and the Salamanca twins (Luis and Daniel Moncada).
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