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'Better Call Saul': Vince Gilligan 'Can't Wait' for Fans to Watch the Finale

The Better Call Saul finale is coming soon and series creator Vince Gilligan "can't wait" for fans to watch it. During a press conference for the AMC TCA panel, Gilligan opened up about the show's impending conclusion to PopCulture and other media saying it will be an "awesome" ending. "I can't wait for people to see it. It is such a delight," he added. Sadly, Gilligan also revealed that he currently does not have plans to continue the stories from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, contrary to what some rumors might have implied.
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Vince Gilligan Says ‘Better Call Saul’ Will Be Last Show In ‘Breaking Bad’ Universe: “You Can’t Keep Putting All Your Money On Red 21” – TCA

Click here to read the full article. The Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul universe is coming to end, according to co-showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. Gilligan and Gould, speaking on the show’s final virtual TCA panel, said that they have no plans to add another show to the AMC shared universe, although cautioned “never say never”. “You can’t keep putting all your money on red 21. I feel like we probably pushed it doing a spinoff to Breaking Bad [but] I could not be more happy with the results. Then I did El Camino and I’m very proud of that too. But...
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'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Has Bad News for Fans Who Want More Spinoffs

Breaking Bad fans have loved Better Call Saul, and many have long advocated for other spinoffs from the iconic show. Series creator Vince Gilligan has some bad news for those fans, however, as he's confirmed there are currently no plans to continue the franchise beyond the upcoming Better Call Saul finale. On Wednesday, Gilligan attended an AMC panel at a TCA event and shared the unfortunate news.
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Vince Gilligan Has “No Plans” to Continue ‘Breaking Bad’ Universe After ‘Better Call Saul’

This Monday, August 15, will mark the final ever episode of Better Call Saul, and tensions have never been higher for this fandom. With one episode to go, fans still don’t know whether Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) will live, die, or get away with everything consequence-free. Days before the finale, Better Call Saul’s showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould as well as Odenkirk and Seehorn made an appearance at the Television Critics Association’s 2022 summer tour. During their panel, they confirmed what fans have been afraid of: Better Call Saul may be the official end of the Breaking Bad universe.

Better Call Saul: Vince Gilligan Reveals the One Thing He Would Change About This Week's Penultimate Episode ('I Dropped the Ball on That One')

Click here to read the full article. Even Emmy-winning TV producers make mistakes. Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, who also co-created the spinoff Better Call Saul and wrote and directed this week’s penultimate episode, admitted that he messed up a key detail in the script for the episode, titled “Waterworks.” (Read our full recap here.) “In this last episode, which I’m very pleased with and was a group effort like they all are, I realized Gene, at the very end of the final act, he should’ve been talking to Jeff on his Bluetooth earpiece,” Gilligan told reporters during the Saul panel on...

Vince Gilligan Preparing New "Wholly Original" and "Thought-Provoking" Series

Writer, producer and director Vince Gilligan has made a name for himself helming smash-hit TV shows like Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Now, as the latter comes to an end, new details about his next project have been revealed. An exclusive report from Deadline detailed Gilligan's newest show, which...

Vince Gilligan Prepping New Series; ‘Better Call Saul’ Followup About To Hit TV Marketplace With A Bang

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: As Better Call Saul is coming to an end, series co-creator — and Breaking Bad creator — Vince Gilligan is ready for what comes next. And once again, for his next drama project he is going with a wholly original idea. No one would comment, but there is a lot of anticipation in the marketplace for the pitch, which is expected to come out in the next couple of weeks, with at least 8-9 networks and platforms lined up to hear it. I hear the new project, which comes from Sony Pictures TV...

Vince Gilligan wanted to work with Rockstar on a ‘Breaking Bad’ game

Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has revealed there have been “quite a few attempts” at making a video game set within the Breaking Bad universe. Both Gilligan and Better Call Saul showrunner Peter Gould were recently on the Inside The Gilliverse podcast, where they were asked about making a game in the style of Grand Theft Auto.

Vince Gilligan still wants to make a ‘GTA style game’ set in the Breaking Bad universe

Vince Gilligan has made a large impact with the Breaking Bad universe that has gone on to inspire one of the hottest legal dramas, Better Call Saul. Now, fans of both series have been calling for more crossovers from the universe to be brought to gaming. And as it turns out, the series creator wants to make a Grand Theft Auto-style game in his larger universe.

‘Better Call Saul’ Co-Creator Vince Gilligan on Kim’s Brush With ‘Breaking Bad’ and Setting the Finale Stage

Click here to read the full article. Spoiler alert: Do not read if you haven’t watched “Waterworks,” Episode 12 of “Better Call Saul” now streaming on AMC+. It’s the episode of “Better Call Saul” that fans had been waiting to see, well, forever. The fate of Kim Wexler is finally explained in Monday night’s penultimate “Better Call Saul” episode, “Waterworks.” Through a flashback, we see Kim in Albuquerque during the “Breaking Bad” timeline — and she even interacts with Jesse Pinkman, who bums a cigarette and asks whether Saul Goodman is any good. “When I knew him, he was,” she tells...

Why Better Call Saul Marks The End Of The Breaking Bad Universe For Vince Gilligan

Vince Gilligan has been deeply embedded in the shady underworld of Albuquerque since the original "Breaking Bad" pilot aired in 2008. Since then, the writer/director has gone on to make a prequel/sequel series in "Better Call Saul" and the sequel film titled "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie." Each project is arguably just as good as the other, which is a testament to the world that Gilligan played a significant role in creating. The "Breaking Bad" universe spans decades back to the 1970s. Interestingly enough, while we know the earliest starting point for all the most significant story points in this world, we're not entirely sure when it ends.

Why Vince Gilligan Would Change Nothing About Breaking Bad

The old saying goes that hindsight is always 20/20, but if you're someone as talented as Vince Gilligan and the rest of the crew behind "Breaking Bad," your foresight may as well be 20/20, too. The stories of "Breaking Bad," "Better Call Saul," and "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" work in synchrony to tell one big narrative about an ensemble of interconnected characters. Walter White's drug trafficking endeavors paired excellently with Saul Goodman's criminal lawyer enterprise, with both stories culminating in an epilogue of sorts seen in the final season of "Better Call Saul" and the Jesse Pinkman-centered film "El Camino."

‘It’s Time to Do Something New’: ‘Better Call Saul’ Co-Creator Vince Gilligan on His Final Episode as Writer-Director

Click here to read the full article. Vince Gilligan will be the first to tell you he’s a bad planner. It’s not just that the co-creator of Better Call Saul missed his own show’s wrap party because he and his partner Holly had already scheduled a birthday getaway in Palm Springs for that night. It’s that throughout his tenure with both Breaking Bad and Saul, he and his collaborators (including Saul co-creator Peter Gould) were almost never able to map out story beats very far ahead of time. Like the characters they wrote, they constantly found themselves trapped in corners...

Better Call Saul co-creator Vince Gilligan breaks down Kim's fate and Gene's chilling moves

Warning: This episode contains plot details from Monday's episode of Better Call Saul, titled "Waterworks." Let's get this out of the way first: Kim Wexler is alive. How alive is she, though? That was one of the questions explored in the unsettling and mesmerizing penultimate installment of Better Call Saul. Written and directed by co-creator Vince Gilligan, "Waterworks" transported viewers to Titusville, Fla., where self-disgraced lawyer Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) has been working at Palm Coast Sprinkler in the catalog and brochure department, attending bland BBQs with her bland boyfriend, and concerning herself with the merits of Miracle Whip as a mayonnaise substitute.

Better Call Saul season 6 episode 13: Vince Gilligan on huge finale

Season 6 episode 13 is the series finale, and we have a feeling everything is about to hit the fan. Gene Takovic could now be on the run and this time around, it’s possible there is no escape. After all, he has been made in the worst possible way!