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How to watch ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6

So, you’re a Better Call Saul fan, huh? Well, you’re in for a treat. The final season is making its way to Netflix on April 18, 2023, for those in the U.S. But if you’re from outside the US or don’t want to subscribe to Netflix, you can buy episodes on Amazon, Vudu, iTunes, or even YouTube (all of them are offering 4K, according to JustWatch). Just don’t look for it on Hulu or AMC+; it’s a no-show there.

The season wrapped up last year, and it’s been a wild ride. Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn killed it, as usual. Critics agree, giving the season a 99% score on Rotten Tomatoes. So, is it worth the Netflix Premium subscription? With a 4K viewing experience, it just might be.

A small-time lawyer is hustling to champion the little guy. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill courtroom drama; it’s a labyrinthine tale of transformation. Jimmy isn’t just battling legal cases; he’s wrestling with his own identity. As the series unfolds, we see him morph into Saul Goodman, the flamboyant, morally ambiguous attorney we first met in “Breaking Bad.” The show dives deep into the complexities of his life, from his rocky relationships to his ethical dilemmas. It’s a rollercoaster, alright, but one you won’t want to get off.

Bob Odenkirk wears the shoes of Jimmy McGill, and man, does he wear them well. He brings a nuanced performance that makes you root for Jimmy, even when he’s bending the rules. But it’s not a one-man show. Rhea Seehorn, as Kim Wexler, is the voice of reason and the moral compass.

And let’s not forget the “Breaking Bad” alumni. Jonathan Banks reprises his role as Mike Ehrmantraut, the no-nonsense fixer who’s got more layers than an onion. Giancarlo Esposito is back, too, as the chillingly calm Gus Fring. These characters add depth and complexity, making the show a rich tapestry of human emotion and moral ambiguity.

“Really, there is nothing on television at the moment that has dared to beguile us in these ways, nor has there been a show for a long time that switches back and forth between storylines, confident that the audience is savvy enough to keep up.” writes Stuart Jeffries from The Guardian.

Where and how to watch ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6

If you’re in the US, you can watch “Better Call Saul” on Netflix. And if you’re all about that high-quality streaming life, consider splurging on Netflix Premium for $20 a month. You get to watch in 4K, and let’s be real, Jimmy McGill deserves nothing less.

Or you can go for any plan, including the one for $7, the ad-sponsored plan. It gives you only Full HD quality, but that should be enough if you’re not watching on a big TV.

Here are the options to subscribe:

Netflix Features/PlanStandard (ad-supported)Standard (no-ads)Premium
QualityFull HDFull HDUltra HD (4K)
Devices at once2 devices2 devices4 devices
Extra MembersNoYesYes
Extra Member CostN/A$7.99$7.99
Spatial AudioNoNoYes

And that’s the only way to stream Better Call Saul, so if you’re not a Netflix subscriber, you need to consider the subscription. There’s also an option to buy a season on Amazon Prime Video, in Google Play, on VUDU, and even in Microsoft Store. But let’s take things seriously, you will need to pay more than a month of streaming:

  • Amazon Prime ‘Better Call Saul’ season 6 price – $24.99
  • Google Play ‘Better Call Saul’ season 6 price – $23.99
  • Microsoft Store ‘Better Call Saul’ season 6 price – $24.99
  • VUDU ‘Better Call Saul’ season 6 price – $24.99

There’s no season 6 on Apple TV+; by the way, there are only 5 seasons available.

If you will buy each episode separately, it will cost you $3 each. Taking into account that there are 13 episodes, buying them separately will cost you $39.

And they don’t offer 4K quality, so that’s much more expensive than subscribing to Netflix for a month and watching it here (that will cost you $15.49 for the Standard plan without ads or $20 for a Premium to watch in 4K, and I even don’t talk about $7 option to watch it with ads).

Netflix, by the way, has no free trial, so even if you never used Netflix before, there’s no way to watch season 6 for free.

The only thing that makes the difference is that if you buy the episodes or the full season, you can watch it whenever you like, while with the Netflix option, you should keep a subscription in case you watch it once again.

How to watch ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 outside the US

The answer is the same: try Netflix. As far as I know, Better Call Saul is now available in all countries where Netflix is available. You can buy the episode on Prime Video in Google Play or via Microsoft; the only service that isn’t available is VUDU. But you probably don’t need it to watch.

But if you are from somewhere where all options are unavailable, you will use the VPN. Sadly, we don’t promote VPNs, so try to Google it yourself. But here’s the review that may help you (that’s the PC World review, not ours). And keep in mind, in some countries, VPN is prohibited by law, so make sure your country isn’t one of them.

Why is Better Call Saul Season 6 not on Netflix?

It’s on Netflix and is available in all regions now; it was released in the US on April 18, 2022.

Why is Better Call Saul not on AMC+?

Originally, the show aired on AMC in two parts, from April to August 2022. You could’ve caught it there if you were quick on the draw. But now, it’s not even available on AMC’s own streaming service, AMC+.

The final season of “Better Call Saul” has found its exclusive streaming home on Netflix as of April 18, 2023, thereby sidelining AMC’s own platform, AMC+. This is in line with AMC’s established practice of delaying the streaming of its shows on AMC+ until they’ve completed their broadcast cycle on television, a strategy previously seen with “The Walking Dead” Season 11.

While it’s conceivable that the sixth season of “Better Call Saul” may reappear on AMC+ in the future, for the time being, Netflix holds the monopoly on its streaming availability.

How many episodes are in ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6?

The final season of “Better Call Saul,” Season 6, is a 13-episode ride. Yep, you heard that right: 13 episodes to wrap up the twisted tale of Jimmy McGill’s transformation into Saul Goodman.

Is there a Better Call Saul Season 7?

No, the show has ended, and there will be no Season 7. That’s the end.

Will the Breaking Bad universe continue?

Currently, we don’t know. One I can say for sure is that there are no announcements about this as of now. But I can make an assumption the universe will continue. At least, that’s one of the best and most popular universes as for now, so we can expect the companies will keep trying to make money on it. And we hope that if there were any other content inside the BB universe, it would be as good as Saul.

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