When Better Call Saul first aired, it seemed like it would be a comedy, but it grew darker and darker as the days went by. Better Call Saul has entertained, surprised, and shocked us throughout the six and a half seasons. In fact, it might just be a better show than its predecessor, and here is why:

Better Call Saul turned weakness into strength

Yes, Breaking Bad did the same with Walter White, but the feeling in Better Call Saul is just different. While we already know where Saul and Mike will end up, the prequel does not cease to amaze us with the twists and turns. One could be forgiven for thinking that Better Call Saul would be predictable since it is a prequel, but Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould proved why they are still the most outstanding TV creators in modern TV.

It added some great characters.

Kim Wexler is one of the most likable characters in the Breaking Bad fandom. Nacho is also likable, and his death in season 6, episode 3, marked one of the best episodes in the Breaking Bad world. Lalo Salamanca is another excellent addition, and we all can’t wait to see where he ends up in the final episode of the season. Furthermore, we are all curious to know why Kim Wexler is not in Breaking Bad.

Every Character in Better Call Saul Matter

The dynamic of the characters in the show is very profound. We have characters like Chuck McGill, who is full of himself, and Jimmy, who lacks self-confidence. Howard, the professional type, and Mike, the strong silent type. The storytelling is great, and every character has their strengths and weaknesses. Furthermore, the humor in Better Call Saul is better.

Better Call Saul is an evolution of the Breaking Bad story but with more heart, weirdness, and humor, and we all love to see it. The final episode of the first part of the sixth season aired on May 23rd, and part 2 will premiere on AMC on July 11th.