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Better Call Saul: Vince Gilligan teases a ‘Darker’ new season

We’ve now had 10 years of Breaking Bad and the franchise is still going strong with its spin-off Better Call Saul. The highly-anticipated season 4 will release this year, with creator Vince Gilligan teasing a new ‘Darker’ and emotional journey for Jimmy.

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Better Call Saul will undoubtedly go down as one of the most successful spin-off shows in recent times. The drama went from strength to strength after it aired its first season, drawing a great number of viewers back who whilst adding more and receiving fantastic reviews. Season 4 will hopefully continue the success.

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Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul creator Vince Gilligan.

In a recent interview with AVClub.com creator of Better Call Saul Vince Gilligan teased a little about what fans can expect in the continuation of the drama into its fourth season, still going strong. He touched on the fascinating story-lines as well as the darker situations our protagonist Jimmy/Saul will find himself in, telling us that it’s going to be an emotional roller-coaster for him.

“There’s some fascinating stuff coming. The show gets darker this season,” Gilligan said, “I think it’s still going to have moments of humor and those fun Saul Goodman/Jimmy McGill moments—I don’t know that they’ll ever go away completely. But as you would expect from the end of season three, Jimmy’s in for quite an emotional ride.”

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Speaking about the timeline, and how close Better Call Saul is getting to catching up to the beginning of Breaking Bad, Gilligan said, “Every year gets us closer to Jimmy McGill becoming Saul Goodman, and this year will be no different. The worlds of Jimmy and Saul are coming together, and therefore it stands to reason the worlds of Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad are overlapping deeper and deeper into one another as well.”


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The 10-episode fourth season of Better Call Saul is set to air this year on AMC. Production for the season is now well underway for the season to be released later this year.

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