On-demand, Better Call Saul’s Season 5 has already been broadcast on AMC, with Season 6 set to premiere sometime this year. Some of you may already have seen Season 5, however, in the United States, the series’ Netflix release is inextricably linked to the release of Season 6.
As of now, Netflix has decided to air Season 5 only after Season 6 premieres on AMC.
Better Call Saul Season 5 debuted on AMC on February 23, 2020, and had a 10-episode run. On April 20, 2020, the fifth season was wrapped up with a sort of cliffhanger for the audience.
Better Call Saul Season 6 will be available soon on the audience demand. Although it was confirmed sometime back, it was subjected to lengthy delays (the longest in the show’s history).
Season 6 will be the final season of the programme, with 13 episodes concluding Jimmy McGill’s complete shift to Saul Goodman.
Let’s see when Season 5 will be available on Netflix.
When will Netflix release Season 5 of Saul’s Best on Demand in the US and Canada?
The longest wait times for Season 5 are in Canada, the United States, South Africa, and Spain.
Because the programme premieres in the United States, it will take some time for the licence to become accessible on Netflix in these countries, and they will not receive the same weekly treatment as the rest of the world.
Season 4 was released on Netflix on February 9, 2020, only weeks before Season 5 was set to premiere. The third season, on the other hand, was uploaded on Netflix in March 2018, far ahead of the August premiere date.
In previous years, new seasons have usually been uploaded right before the following season begins, and considering the vast gap between seasons 5 and 6, we can almost certainly expect a long wait for Netflix.
After substantial delays due to COVID-19 and Bob Odenkirk’s medical concerns in the late summer of 2021, a sixth season is still planned for 2022.
Better Call Saul Season 5 isn’t on the schedule for February 2022, thus we won’t be seeing S6 in March.
Main cast of the show
- Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman / Gene Takovic, a lawyer and a former scam artist, who becomes involved with the criminal world
- Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut, a former Philadelphia police officer working as a parking lot attendant at the Albuquerque courthouse, and later a private investigator, bodyguard and “cleaner”
- Rhea Seehorn as Kim Wexler, a lawyer whom Jimmy met and became close friends with as she worked her way through the ranks at the Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill (HHM) law firm; in the present, she serves as Jimmy’s confidante and later the two develop a romantic relationship.
- Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin, the managing partner at Hamlin, Hamlin & McGill, first appearing as Jimmy’s nemesis, until it becomes clear that he was acting under Chuck McGill’s orders
- Michael Mando as Nacho Varga, who works in his father’s upholstery shop and is also an intelligent, ambitious member of Hector Salamanca’s gang
- Michael McKean as Chuck McGill (seasons 1–3, special guest season 4), Jimmy’s elder brother and a founding partner of HHM who is confined to his home by electromagnetic hypersensitivity and expresses disdain for his brother’s legal career
- Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring (seasons 3–present), the owner of the fast-food restaurant chain Los Pollos Hermanos, which he uses as a front to distribute cocaine for the Mexican cartel in uneasy cooperation with the Salamanca family. He nurses grudges against cartel boss Don Eladio and Salamanca patriarch Hector Salamanca. Fringe also desires to switch from cocaine to locally produced methamphetamine so he can end his dependence on the cartel
- Tony Dalton as Lalo Salamanca (season 5–present, recurring season 4), nephew of Hector and cousin of Tuco, Leonel, and Marco, who helps run the family drug business after Hector’s stroke
Season 5 international release schedule
The series is on-demand according to past seasons, such as the third and fourth seasons After airing on AMC in the United States, new episodes are released weekly on Netflix.
On Netflix, this weekly release schedule is applicable in the United Kingdom and continental Europe, including Poland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Switzerland, and Turkey. It also applies to the Latin American and Asian areas’ release schedules. South Africa, Canada, Iceland, and Spain are exempt from the weekly episodes due to licensing issues.
Netflix will begin streaming new episodes on February 24th in other countries except for the USA, Canada and UK.
When will Netflix release Call Saul Season 6?
It’s too early to estimate when Season 6 will premiere, but here’s a long list of possibilities.
The next season’s releases will be available in foreign locations, and the US and Canada will be able to acquire the last season fairly early because there will be no Season 7. As we discover more, there will be more to come.