Are you hoping to watch Better Call Saul season six in the UK? Here’s our helpful guide letting you know when each episode airs, where to catch it and what’s going on in the final season.
This is it Better Call Saul fans, the end of season six, part one is now upon us. After last week’s major cliffhanger that left the very future of Jimmy and Kim’s relationship hanging in the balance, we finally get to see the pieces of their grand plan come together. Will they be successful? You’ll have to tune in to find out.
Of course, with a decent break to follow after this midseason finale, keep reading on to find out when Better Call Saul returns to our screens. Scroll even further and you’ll even find a quick recap on the season six story so far to help get you ready for the latest episode.
How to watch Better Call Saul season 6, episode 7
Better Call Saul season six, episode seven is now available to stream exclusively on Netflix in the UK. You can also find every episode to date on the platform, which is handy if you want to binge-watch the series in time for the final episode.
If you don’t have Netflix and don’t want to sign up, you can buy new (and old) episodes of Better Call Saul through online video storefronts like iTunes. Each episode will cost £2.49, or you can buy the season pass with all future episodes for £20.99.
How many episodes are in Better Call Saul season 6?
Unlike most other seasons of the show, Better Call Saul season six will consist of 13 episodes in total. That’s a bit more than the typical 10-episode run, but there is a reason for this.
Episode 7, which is now available to watch, marks the midseason finale and the conclusion to part one. Part two of Better Call Saul’s final season will pick up on July 16, airing the final six episodes before the series finale drops on August 16.
What is happening in Better Call Saul season 6?
Throughout this season, we’ve only been greeted to snippets of Kim and Jimmy’s plan to take down Howard Hamlin but now it seems as though we’ll finally get to see the bigger picture. Last week’s episode ended on a major cliff-hanger where, in the face of their plans being postponed indefinitely, Kim made a sharp U-turn away from her job interview with Clifford Main, deciding that their plan had to take place no matter what.
Given that the inevitable downfall of Kim and Jimmy’s relationship has always been on the cards as she doesn’t appear in Breaking Bad, this could be the cataclysmic event we’ve all anticipated.
Over in Germany, Lalo is getting ever closer to understanding the inner workings of Gus Fring’s empire. Managing to track down and incapacitate one of the workers who helped build Fring’s underground laboratory, one only has to wonder about what exactly it is that Lalo has planned for the man to who tried to have him assassinated.