Ominous Better Call Saul Season 6 Teaser Hints At Gene’s Dark Future


An ominous new teaser trailer for Better Call Saul season 6 part 2 foreshadows Gene Takovic’s bleak future as his past catches up with him.

An ominous new teaser trailer for Better Call Saul season 6 part 2 foreshadows Gene’s bleak future. The popular Breaking Bad spinoff series follows the rise of Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk), one of the several unique supporting characters in Breaking Bad. Full of Easter eggs to Breaking Bad, the series also creates even more complexities to characters who fans of Breaking Bad may have thought they already knew everything about, only to find that there is yet another layer to be discovered.

Each season of Better Call Saul begins with a flash-forward to a timeline past where Breaking Bad‘s series finale ends. These flash-forwards, all in black and white, feature Odenkirk as yet another alias named Gene Takovic. Gene works at a Cinnabon in a mall and leads a seemingly simple, mundane, and quiet life. However, with each season, Gene’s past begins to cause trouble in his present.


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Now, a new teaser trailer from AMC hints that Gene’s life may begin to unravel in the upcoming Better Call Saul season 6 part 2. Although the teaser starts similarly to other flash-forwards in the series, with Gene making cinnamon roll dough while folky music plays in the background, there is a sudden shift in tone half way through. The music soon becomes overshadowed by a ringing as Gene cautiously looks out his window, pours himself a drink, and then spills a bag of diamonds on his table. The most disturbing part of the trailer shows Gene talking to someone on the phone and says, “I got made. I’m gonna fix it myself.” The full teaser trailer can be viewed below:

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Some fans who first saw Saul as Gene may have found his new reality as a humble Cinnabon Baker somber and frustrating, especially since his creative mind is showcased throughout both Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad. On the other hand, some fans who knew Saul from Breaking Bad may have at first been relieved to see that he was in fact able to make it out of Albuquerque alive. However, it wouldn’t be a Vince Gilligan show without Gene having to face his past. The flash-forwards, aside from their contrast to the rest of the series by being shot in black and white, always contain an air of mystery, and the feeling of a long impending doom.

Whether Jimmy/Saul/Gene will in fact meet his maker at the end of Better Call Saul just as Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston) did at the end of Breaking Bad remains to be seen. One thing that is certain from the teaser trailer is that Gene can no longer sustain his cover nor his semblance of a normal life, and how exactly he manages to face the demons of his past in order to finally stop running will be something that fans of the show can look forward to. Viewers will have to continue following whether any further teasers come out before Better Call Saul season 6 part 2 premieres on July 11 on AMC.

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Sources: AMC

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