‘Best Saul Invitation’: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul will appear

'Best Saul Invitation': Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul will appear

We haven’t seen the last of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.

The best of Saul on demandThis was officially confirmed by co-creator Peter Gould Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul He will be a guest on the final season of Breaking Bad.

Gould announced the news Saturday at PaleyFest LA at the “Better Call Saul” panel that he directs diverse TV editor Michael Schneider, although Gould has been very silent about when Cranston and Paul will appear or in what capacity.

“I don’t want to spoil things for the audience, but I will say the first question we asked when we started the show was, ‘Are we going to see Walt and Jesse on the show?'” “Instead of dodging, I’ll say yes,” Gold said on the panel. “How or the circumstances or whatever, you just have to figure it out for yourself, but I have to say that’s one of the many things I think you’ll find out this season.”

“If you can believe it, there’s more,” star Bob Odenkirk quipped, but Gould cut it short before he could say much.

Before PaleyFest was announced, Gould attended the “Better Call Saul” premiere on Thursday and said diverse“These two worlds intersect in a way you’ve never seen before, that’s for sure.” Co-creator Vince Gilligan said: diverse“It would be a shame if the show ended without [Cranston and Paul] appear, right? “

Odenkirk said on the red carpet on Thursday diverse, “Personally, I feel that the two shows – ‘Breaking Bad’ and ‘Better Call Saul’ – are more intertwined than ever in the last season. And I think that’s surprisingly cool, and it will make you want to watch ‘Breaking Bad’ again.”

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“Better Call Saul” co-stars Rhea Seehorn and Giancarlo Esposito directed the fourth and sixth episodes of this season, respectively, as announced on PaleyFest.

Several other characters from “Breaking Bad” made their way to “Better Call Saul” throughout its first five seasons, including Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis), Don Eladio (Luis Politti) and the Salamanca twins (Luis and Daniel Moncada). Even Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) and Stephen Gomez (Stephen Michael Quezada) made cameos.

Joining Gold and Odenkirk’s “Peter Cole Soul” cast members Seehorn, Esposito, Jonathan Banks, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando and Tony Dalton at PaleyFest LA, which begins April 2 and runs through April 10 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

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