Follow along as we cover Season 4 of Better Call Saul! We’ll keep this page updated with the latest episode trailers, reviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and news about Better Call Saul Season 4.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 10 Trailer
Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode Guide
Jimmy struggles to cope with Chuck’s tragic death. Mike ponders his role at Madrigal. Howard makes a startling confession.
air date: 8/6/18
Jimmy seeks new employment. Gus navigates the fallout from Hector’s collapse. Kim endeavors to support Jimmy in the wake of Chuck’s death.
air date: 8/13/18
Jimmy puts a risky plan into motion. As alliances shift, Nacho finds himself in the crosshairs. Kim contemplates her future.
air date: 8/20/18
air date: 8/27/18
A restless Jimmy embarks on a new endeavor while Mike burns bridges; Kim pursues her bliss; Nacho tries to survive a turf war.
air date: 9/3/18
Jimmy identifies a new market for his talents; Mike vets a potential partnership; Kim drives a hard bargain.
air date: 9/10/18
While Jimmy daydreams about reconstituting Wexler-McGill, Kim sets out to secure her own future; Mike puts a plan into motion for Gus.
air date: 9/17/18
Jimmy runs into a problem as he expands his business that only Kim can solve. Gus gets involved in Hector’s medical care. Mike has to deal with a setback.
air date: 9/24/18
Jimmy goes to great lengths to right a wrong, as Kim pulls out all the stops for a case; Mike lets his team blow off steam; Nacho receives a visitor.
air date: 10/1/18
Jimmy and Kim unburden themselves, risking their relationship in the process; Nacho is forced to make the rounds with Lalo; Mike has cause to worry.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Episode 10: Winner
air date: 10/8/18
Jimmy turns the page on his reputation; Lalo tracks a loose end in Gus’s operation; Mike is forced to make a difficult decision.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Cast
While few significant names have been announced to be joining the cast, a casting call site Project Casting had listings up for Better Call Saul calling for Hispanic actors, “experienced hunters,” and “REAL magicians.” We’re not even going to try to glean something from that.
However, Stefan Kapicic (the beloved Colossus in the Deadpool movies) has joined up in an unspecified recurring role, according to THR.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Episodes
Better Call Saul Season 4 will consist of 10 episodes.
Better Call Saul Season 4 Story
Here’s the official synopsis for the new season:
In Better Call Saul’s fourth season, Chuck’s death catalyzes Jimmy McGill’s (Odenkirk) transformation into Saul Goodman. In the wake of his loss, Jimmy takes steps into the criminal world that will put his future as a lawyer – and his relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn) – in jeopardy. Chuck’s (Michael McKean) death deeply affects former colleagues Howard (Patrick Fabian) and Kim as well, putting the two of them once again on opposite sides of a battle sparked by the Brothers McGill.
Meanwhile, Mike Ehrmantraut takes a more active role as Madrigal Electromotive’s newest (and most thorough) security consultant. It’s a volatile time to be in Gus Fring’s employ, as Hector’s collapse sends shock waves throughout the Albuquerque underworld and throws the cartel into chaos — tearing apart both Gus and Nacho’s well-laid plans. While Gus changes course, Nacho finds himself in the crosshairs of deadly forces.
Last year, we asked series co-creator Vince Gilligan about how long he thought the series would run for. He gave us this response:
“We couldn’t really give you an exact amount of episodes. The reason being—and I’m not being coy here—it’s just hard to know exactly. But you did put your finger on something important. Just from watching this show you can tell that it’s a finite story. And we know that even further from the fact that this show has to butt up against the beginning of Breaking Bad. So there is a finite nature here. But there’s one difference in Better Call Saul’s finite nature that wasn’t there with Breaking Bad, which is that there is yet again the possibility of a whole other story to be told through the black-and-white beginnings of a post-Breaking Bad world that we’ve put at the top of each season.”
“So while I think that there is a definite end in sight for the pre-Breaking Bad story, there still seems like there could be a lot in the post-Breaking Bad world. I’m kind of fascinated by that, simply as one of the first fans of the series. What could come out of that? No promises, but it seems to me that there’s a little more opportunity for scope there than there even was in Breaking Bad.”
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