Better Call Saul season 4 premiered on the 6th of August, 2018 and concluded on the 18th of October, 2018.
The fourth season of the American television drama series consists of ten episodes. These episodes used to air on Monday at 9:00 pm (Eastern) in the United States of America on AMC. Better Call Saul was created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. The duo even worked together while casting the famous Breaking Bad Netflix series. Better Call Saul is more of a spin-off prequel of Breaking Bad.
The first two seasons mainly took place in the year of 2002, with season three making its way in 2003. The fourth season took place mainly in the year 2003, with the last three episodes taking place in 2004.
In season four, Jimmy and Kim struggle to cope up with Chuck’s demise. Howard Hamlin believes that he is the culprit of Chuck’s death, and suffers from depression and disengagement from work. Mike starts to begin security inspections at Madrigal, disregarding the fact that his consulting contract was supposed to be only a paper transaction. Gus is suspicious of Nacho killing Chuck after Hector’s stroke.
Nacho becomes a mole for Gus inside the Salamanca organization. Gus hires an engineer and construction workers to begin construction of the meth superlab under the industrial laundry. Lalo Salamanca arrives to start running the family’s drug business.
The fourth season was loved by the people all over the people, but it also received some reviews from the critic’s side. The season four received six nominations for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series.
Better Call Saul season 5 is set to premiere in late February with Jimmy’s journey as Saul Goodman. The main cast will remain as it is, and Mike will continue to be Gus’, right-hand man. There is a confirmation related to feature a few other Breaking Bad vets, which seem quite exciting, however, we will see the story unfolding and expectations are pretty high based on how the last seasons went.