The spoilers for Better Call Saul will be revealed shortly.
Better Call Saul has wrapped its sixth and final season, bringing the story that started with Breaking Bad all the way back in 2008 to a close (at least for now).
After the premiere of the fifth season on August 15, Bob Odenkirk shared an emotional video on his Twitter page, thanking the artists, the cast, and crew for their hard work, as well as the fans for their support over the years.
"I want to thank [the show's creators] Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould for giving me this opportunity. I did nothing to deserve this role, but I hope I earned it over six seasons," he said.
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"It's been an incredible experience working with Rhea Seehorn, Michael McKean, Jonathan Banks, Tony Dalton, Michael Mando, Patrick Fabian, and everybody else."
Odenkirk thanked the people who worked behind the scenes on the program and expressed how humbled he was that people took the spin-off to their hearts.
"We came out of, maybe, a lot of people's favourite show ever, and we could have been chastised for simply wanting to make a show. We weren't, we were given a chance, and hopefully we made the most of it."
After Jimmy's arrest, which went back and forth in time to invoke scenes from both shows, we saw our titular character face court. At first, Saul wanted to pretend Walter White has forced him to work for him, but Jimmy's original persona came back at the last minute and confessed to his crimes.
Although he was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison, it appeared like he had saved his life in the end.
Better Call Saul was released on AMC in the United States and on Netflix in the United Kingdom.