Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will reprise their iconic roles for a ‘long-awaited crossover’ on Tuesday night’s final season of Better Call Saul.
The star will return as two beloved characters like Water White and Jesse Pinkman for the sixth season with only two episodes left in the series.
A spokesperson for Stan said: ‘Bryan and Aaron have both won numerous awards for their incredible performances, including a Golden Globe and a Primetime Award, making their presence in the final season a reality. a must-see event for Breaking Bad fans.’
Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston, 66 (right) and Aaron Paul, 42 (left) will reprise their iconic roles in the final season of Better Call Saul
Breaking Bad ran on AMC for five seasons from 2008 to 2013.
Bryan’s Walter is a terminally ill New Mexico chemistry teacher who makes and processes methamphetamine with his former student Jesse, played by Aaron.
The show has received critical acclaim, including 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards.
The film stars many famous actors, including Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte and Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman.
They will return as beloved characters like Water White and Jesse Pinkman for the sixth season with only two episodes left in the series. (Photo from Breaking Bad)
Bob, 59, landed his first subtitled series Better Call Saul, which serves as a prequel to Breaking Bad, in 2015.
Like its predecessor, it received critical acclaim and numerous awards and nominations, including four Golden Globe Awards and nine Critics’ Choice Awards.
The Primetime Emmy Award nominee revealed in March he was near bankruptcy before taking on the role of Saul in Breaking Bad.
“I got a phone call,” They’ll offer you a role in Breaking Bad,” which he admitted at the time wasn’t a ‘popular or big show’ coming out with its first season. .
It stars many famous actors and actresses, including Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte and Bob Odenkirk, 59, (pictured in Better Call Saul), who plays Saul Goodman
“Don’t say no,” said my agent. I said, “Dude, I haven’t said no in a year and a half, you probably don’t notice it,” Odenkirk joked.
He said he still watches the show and wants to know what it’s about, adding he called a friend he wrote with, Reid Harrison, who said to him, ‘Oh that is the best program on TV. You must do that. ‘
Odenkirk debuted in the eighth episode of the second season of Breaking Bad when Walter and Jesse hired Saul after Badger (Matt Jones) was captured by the DEA.
Better Call Saul Season 6 is now streaming with new episodes at 6pm every Tuesday on Stan only.
Like its predecessor, it received critical acclaim and numerous awards and nominations, including four Golden Globe Awards and nine Critics’ Choice Awards. Photo: Bob and Bryan in the movie Breaking Bad
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