A trailer for the upcoming volume 2 of the sixth and final season of “Better Call Saul” is here. For many, this Bob Odenkirk standout eclipsed the sheer quality of its parent series, Breaking Bad. While Bryan Cranston’s rise and fall from drug chemistry professor to drug kingpin was more spectacularly satisfying, full of twists and, well, unsubtle. But Jimmy McGill’s descent into Saul Goodman is a classic tragedy played out in slow motion. It may be less dramatic, but it has more weight and nuance. The creation of Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould will end with six more episodes which will decide the fate of several of its characters.
As the series draws to a close, there are bound to be casualties. Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Tony Dalton and Giancarlo Esposito also star. Cranston and Aaron Paul will also appear.
The trailer, set to Fred Neil’s poignant song “Little Bit of Rain”, is quite short at less than a minute, and doesn’t reveal or even tease anything about the plot of the episodes. But it sets the stage for a dark end for its main protagonist.
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We see monochrome visuals of the inflatable Statue of Liberty that crowns Saul’s office that we see in “Breaking Bad” the interiors and exteriors of the office, etc. The trailer ends with Goodman, in his lavish mansion, quickly making a clothing choice and we hear a voiceover of him saying, “Let justice be done even if the sky falls.” This is an English translation of the Latin expression “Fīat jūstitia ruat cælum”.
Goodman appears to leave his house in a hurry before authorities break in. “Try to remember the good times,” the tagline goes. Indeed, we will.
‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 Volume 2 arrives on July 12 in India.