Life Better Call Saul stops after the sixth season Posted on January 19, 2020 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The American channel AMC has ordered a sixth season from Better Call Saul. Then the curtain falls for the prequel of Breaking Bad. The announcement means that fans can still look forward to two seasons of the show with Bob Odenkirk in the lead. The fifth series starts in the US on February 23. Netflix, which has the Dutch rights to the series, usually adds the episodes to the streaming offer a day later. Better Call Saul revolves around Saul Goodman, the shady lawyer from Breaking Bad. The series follows him in the six years before, in which he initially uses his own name, Jimmy McGill. Better Call Saul also looks ahead now and then, to a time when counsel operates under yet another identity. His name is Gene and he is an unfortunate employee of a cinnamon bun shop. The makers of the series announced on Thursday at an AMC press day in Los Angeles that the sixth season of Better Call Saul will have thirteen episodes, three more than was the case in the first five series. This brings the total number of episodes in the series to 63, one more than predecessor Breaking Bad.