As the show is going to wrap up with the sixth season, the people who started it all show their desire to return
Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have been expressing their desire to make an appearance on the show’s spin-off Better Call Saul which centers around Walter and Jesse’s lawyer Saul Goodman.
For those who are not familiar, Breaking Bad, created by Vince Gilligan talks about the mild-mannered and pacifist high school chemistry teacher Walter White, who upon discovering that he has got lung cancer, decided on a scheme to pay for his treatment and have provide for his family. He recruits his former student Jesse Pinkman who has been in the crystal meth business and starts building up their own drug empire. The show ran for five seasons and was critically acclaimed and won numerous awards, and concluded in 2013. But the show has retained its huge fan following and it’s universe has been expanding with Better Call Saul and 2019’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.
Better Call Saul Storyline
Better Call Saul kicked off in 2015 and brought back a few beloved Breaking Bad characters such as Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) and Gus Fring ( Giancarlo Esposito), and all five of its seasons have been well-liked by audiences and critics. The show is about how Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) transitioned into the sweet-talking criminal lawyer Saul Goodman.
During a live stream, Cranston and Paul talked about their potential return in the show’s finale. They talked about how they are always asked that question and that they keep telling creator Vince Gilligan that they’re ready to do it. “I just don’t think he loves us anymore,” Cranston joked.
Let’s just hope that Vince caves in and we get to see our beloved characters once more.